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    Valley Forge

    National Historical Park Pennsylvania

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History and Culture
Photos of the monuments, markers, historic buildings and structures within Valley Forge National Historical Park.

Nature and Science
Photos of plants, animals and wildlife that can be seen at Valley Forge National Historical Park.

Special Events
Photos of the special events held at Valley Forge National Historical Park. Photos of the March-In, President's Day Weekend, French Alliance and March-Out celebrations.

Maintenance and Preservation
Photos of the maintenance staff at Valley Forge National Historical Park preserving the grounds and structures.

Construction Projects
Photos of the ongoing construction projects at Valley Forge National Historical Park.

Did You Know?

soldiers marching

Precision marching was the key to victory on the 18th century battlefield. Inspector General Baron von Steuben made marching the central element of his training program at Valley Forge. By May the army was able to stay in formation while advancing and retreating over all types of ground.