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We visited Valley Forge on President's day. The visitor center is currently closed for renovation. They moved the gift shop and film to modular buildings in the parking lot. There are no exhibits. The film is very dated. The gift shop took up over half...More
Had been in our to do list for a while and we final made it. Except for the cold it was fantastic, from the film in the visitor center when you arrive to seeing everything that was offered in the park. In the warmer months...More
Don't go and expect to just drive and wander around. There are very few actual revolutionary era things to see. Get a guided tour, or at least get the iPhone self guided tour. Otherwise you will be walking around reading the signs here and there,...More
If you are anywhere near King of Prussia, be certain to visit this historical site. As it was a brisk winters day, we opted for the auto tour. Happily, the companion CD allows the car bound to move about the park while gaining a better...More
We live near the park and I walk our dogs there whenever I can. My only issue is that park management decided to kill all the indigenous deer. Before this heinous act, one could see beautiful deer grazing in the fields. It made the experience...More
Great place to learn about the self sacrifice that went into creating this country. Most of what you see was re-created, but well done and well explained. Went in the winter cold and wind swept so there were no crowds and also gave you the...More
I've visited this park many times and each time I find more and more things of interest. The walking in the footsteps of leaders gone by is such a great thrill. Such and enjoyable place to visit year round.
Stopped at Valley Forge Encampment on way to visit family in Phoenixville. Log cabins were interesting to see and are well furnished in terms of period accuracy. Notice size of the majors cabins versus those of the enlisted soldiers. Signs inside and out tell the...More
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If you are going to walk to most of the exhibits at valley forge, you need to schedule about 5 hours. That way you can listen to the lectures at the visitors center, Washington's headquarters, and the huts. Then there is... More
If you are going to walk to most of the exhibits at valley forge, you need to schedule about 5 hours. That way you can listen to the lectures at the visitors center, Washington's headquarters, and the huts. Then there is the driving tour, and the Movie at the theater. It will be a full day doing both.