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    Valley Forge

    National Historical Park Pennsylvania

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Doing Business With The Park

Commercial Leasing of Park Buildings

The National Park Service at Valley Forge National Historical Park has released two separate Requests for Proposals for commercial leasing opportunities of historic buildings. Parties interested in either opportunity should carefully review the Request for Proposals (RFP) for more information and deadlines.

Each RFP provides the opportunity for an interested individual or organization to submit a proposal to the National Park Service to lease one of these two properties. Whoever submits the proposal for each property, judged best under the RFP selection criteria, will be given an opportunity to negotiate a final lease agreeable to both the offeror and the National Park Service.

 
Philander Chase Knox House
Request for Proposals (RFP) to lease the historic Philander Chase Knox house and grounds located on Yellow Springs Road near the intersection of State Route 252 for use as a private event venue for a term of ten years. Please click here to learn more about this RFP.
 
Kennedy Supplee Mansion
Request for Proposals to lease the historic Kennedy Supplee mansion located on State Route 23 for a commercial use approved by the NPS for a term of ten to fifty years. The length of the lease term for the Kennedy Supplee mansion will be dependent upon the level of investment proposed by the offeror. Please click here to learn more about this RFP.

Did You Know?

Reconstructed Soldier Cabin at Valley Forge NHP

Valley Forge NHP commemorates one of the most defining events in our nation’s history: the encampment of the Continental Army at Valley Forge in 1777-78. General George Washington’s troops embodied triumph over adversity. Their commitment was a turning point in the American Revolution.