The Encampment Store
Take home a piece of the Valley Forge experience with you or just stop in to shop through our wide variety of books on the American Revolution, unique gifts, reproductions, custom one-of-a kind products and much more. Snacks and beverages are also available in the cafe. Shop online!
The Encampment Store offers tour guide services throughout the year. Trolley Tours operate on weekends in the spring and fall, daily in the summer, and select days during the holiday season. Special children's activities and family programs are offered on select days throughout the year. Call the store to reserve your trolley tickets in advance.
Bicycle rentals are available seasonally in the main Visitor Center parking lot.
The Encampment Store is located on the main floor of the Visitor Center and open daily from 9 AM to 5 PM and closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day.
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Tours of the Park
Our official National Park Service-trained tour guides will board your bus and lead your group through an enlightening and entertaining tour of the Park. Tours are approximately two hours and include stops at the soldier huts at the Muhlenberg Brigade Huts and the original house that was once General Washington's Headquarters at Valley Forge.
Reservations for "The Official Valley Forge National Historical Park Tour" are required. For more information about the tours, available times and fees or to make a reservation, please contact The Encampment Store at 610-783-1074 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Guided tours via bicycle are offered through The Encampment Store. Participants can use their own equipment or rent a bike at a special discount.
The CD package features a nine-year timeline of the Revolutionary Period which helps the reader defines the events and victories of the Revolution from both the British and the American sides.
Valley Forge National Historical Park Audio Tour, $14.95, is available on-line or in The Encampment Store at the Park.
Did You Know?
Valley Forge has 1.3 million visitors a year who enjoy the beauty, history, and trails and recreational resources of the Park. One third are regional repeat users.