Valley Forge National Historic Park

Valley Forge was the site of the 1777-78 winter encampment of the Continental Army. The park commemorates the sacrifices and perseverance of the Revolutionary War generation and honors the ability of citizens to pull together and overcome adversity during extraordinary times.

Valley Forge has a connection to the American iron and steel industry as the name may suggest. Located in the stables next to the historic Washington’s Headquarters are artifacts and an exhibit about the forges located along Valley Creek.


Events

Trail Tuesdays | Interpreting Food Labels
10 AM to 11 AM | Free                                        

Where: Alliance Table in Visitor Center Lower Parking Lot

For more information, info@vfparkalliance.org 



Home School Day at VFNHP
10 AM, 12 PM & 2 PM | Free                                       

Where: Valley Forge National Historical Park

Registration Required. For information, https://www.nps.gov/vafo/learn/education/classrooms/homeschooldays.htm?utm_source=enews+2019-04-23&utm_campaign=2015-08-04&utm_medium=email




Trail Tuesdays | Insights on Happenings at Valley Forge
10 AM to 11 AM | Free                                        

Who: Valley Forge Park Alliance featuring Pat Madden, VFNHP Business Manager

 Where: Alliance Table in Visitor Center Lower Parking Lot

For more information, info@vfparkalliance.org



Trail Tuesdays | Summer Safety Tips
10 AM to 11 AM | Free                                        

Where: Alliance Table in Visitor Center Lower Parking Lot

For more information, info@vfparkalliance.org 



Trail Tuesdays | Interpreting Food Labels
10 AM to 11 AM | Free                                        

Who: Valley Forge Park Alliance featuring Main Line Health

Where: Alliance Table in Visitor Center Lower Parking Lot

For more information, info@vfparkalliance.org