Valley Forge National Historical Park
Type: Day Trips, Historic Sites, Military, Public Spaces, Recreational Facilities, Tours and Excursions
The site of George Washington's winter 1777 encampment, Valley Forge is one of the nation's best known Revolutionary War landmarks. The National Park Service-run park is a haven for nature lovers... Read More
The site of George Washington's winter 1777 encampment, Valley Forge is one of the nation's best known Revolutionary War landmarks. The National Park Service-run park is a haven for nature lovers looking for a place to stroll, ride a bike or admire families of deer, and it's a can't miss destination for history buffs who can explore myriad sections and sites of the park either on their own, with an audio guide, on a trolley or under the tutelage of a ranger. Both kids and adults can build a strong affinity for the park and its history through a variety of interactive, age-appropriate, living history activities.
Hours:Due to COVID-19, please check with the attraction for the most recent updates to their opening hours.
- Historic Sites: "For an additional fee, a guide can "step on" your vehicle and lead you through the park on a private two-hour tour; inquire at the Encampment Store or call 610.783.1074."
- Best for Historic Sites Because: Both a picturesque park as well as a wonderfully historic site, Valley Forge Historical Park is a great learning or recreational destination for all ages.