• Log huts are coated in a fresh layer of snow

    Valley Forge

    National Historical Park Pennsylvania

There are park alerts in effect.
hide Alerts »
  • Upcoming Visitor Center Construction Projects

    Beginning April 22, improvements to the Visitor Center complex will be made and periodic closures will occur over a two-week period. Plan your visit with this information in mind. Further details and dates will be made available as possible. More »

The Encampment Store

The Encampment Store Logo

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.

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.

Contact The Encampment Store
Phone: 610-783-1074
Fax: 610-783-4542
Email: info@encampmentstore.org


Tours of the Park
The Encampment Store's tours of the Park are an excellent way to experience the beauty and history of Valley Forge National Historical Park. Whether you take a trolley tour, explore by bicycle, travel in your own vehicle or discover the park with your bus group, the Encampment Store offers great options to learn the history of Valley Forge and lead you over some of our nation's most hallowed ground.

Did You Know?

Photo of General Washington's Headquarters from the early 20th century

Following the Civil War, a patriotic organization worked to raise funds to purchase the Isaac Potts house as an historic site. By the 1880's, the house was open to the public, followed by the establishment of Valley Forge State Park in 1893.