Getting to Valley Forge
Valley Forge National Historical Park is located about 20 miles northwest of Philadelphia in a populated suburban setting less than 2 miles from the King of Prussia Mall. Most visitors arrive by car or tour bus and drive the 10-mile Encampment Tour route to see the park's nine historical attractions. An 8.7-mile paved multi-use trail parallels most of the driving tour route and accommodates walkers, bike riders, and equestrians. The park does not have a shuttle or transportation system.
1400 North Outer Line Drive
King of Prussia, PA 19406
The park is conveniently located off of U.S. Route 422. The main entrance to the park is at the intersection of State Route 23 and North Gulph Road.
- From the Pennsylvania Turnpike, take Exit 326.
- From Interstate I-76, take Route 422 West to Route 23 West/Valley Forge.
- From State Route 252, take State Route 23 East.
Public transportation is an option that will get you to the park, however, there is no in-park transportation. View park maps to help plan how you will tour the park.
SEPTA Bus Route 125, stops at the Valley Forge Visitor Center, the nearby Radisson Hotel, and the King Of Prussia Mall. SEPTA Bus Route 139, stops near the Visitor Center at the intersection of State Route 23 and Outer Line Drive, and also at the Washington Memorial Chapel along State Route 23. If you are planning to bring your bicycle to the park on the bus, please be familiar with the SEPTA bicycle policies and safety tips.