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    Valley Forge

    National Historical Park Pennsylvania

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Directions

Visitor Center Address
1400 North Outer Line Drive
King of Prussia, PA 19406


GPS Coordinates

N 40° 6.109 W 75° 25.342

 

From Philadelphia, New Jersey and points southeast, via I-76 Schuylkill Expressway west:
•I-76 Schuylkill Expressway west to Exit 328A
•Stay Right and merge onto US 422 west
•Take Valley Forge exit onto Route 23 west
•Turn left at exit ramp and merge to the center lane
•Park entrance is straight through the first set of traffic lights (at intersection with N. Gulph
Road)

From Baltimore, Wilmington, DE, and points southeast, via US 202 north:
•US 202 north to US 422 west
•US 422 west to Route 23 west (1.8 miles)
•Turn left at the exit ramp and merge to the center lane
•Park entrance is straight ahead

From New York and points northeast, via the Pennsylvania Turnpike:
•I-276 Pennsylvania Turnpike west to Exit 326
•Exit 326 for Valley Forge **Use the right side of the tollbooth
•Turn Right at N. Gulph Road immediately after the tollbooth
•Travel on N. Gulph Road (1.8 miles)
•Park entrance is on the left at the Route 23 traffic light

From Harrisburg and points west, via the Pennsylvania Turnpike:
•I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike east to Exit 326
•Exit 326 for Valley Forge **Use the right side of the tollbooth
•Turn Right at N. Gulph Road immediately after the tollbooth
•Travel on N. Gulph Road (1.8 miles)
•Park entrance is on the left at the Route 23 traffic light

From Pottstown and Reading PA, and points northwest, via US 422 east:
•Exit at Route 23 west
•Turn right at the exit ramp and merge to the center lane
•Park entrance is straight ahead

Did You Know?

President's Day Events in the Welcome Center

Visitors annually contribute $21 million to the local economy, generating over $7 million in wages and salaries, and supporting 667 jobs in the area.