Learn About the Park

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News

Browse press releases, subscribe to updates and dig into archived news.

A row of 18th Century muskets.

History and Culture

Learn more about the historic landscapes, structures, objects and archaeological resources at Valley Forge.

A red fox facing camera with one paw up. Picture taken by Bill Moses.

Nature

Valley Forge provides a variety of habitat types for over 315 animal and 730 plant species.

Park Ranger teaches children how to do charcoal drawings.

Education

Bring Valley Forge to the classroom or the classroom to Valley Forge.

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Kids and Youth

Learn how to become a junior ranger; look for youth events and activities, and find out about scouting programs available at the park.

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The Encampment Store

Bookstore employees holding up Find Your Park merchandise.

 

Looking to learn more?

  • News
    Browse press releases, subscribe to updates and dig into archived news.

  • Photos and more
    Experience the park from afar! Check out our photo galleries, videos and more.

  • History & Culture
    Learn more about the historic landscapes, structures, objects and archaeological resources at Valley Forge.

  • Nature
    Valley Forge provides a variety of habitat types for over 315 animal and 730 plant species.

  • Education
    Bring Valley Forge to the classroom or the classroom to Valley Forge. Browse lesson plans, homeschool day events, field trip information, and professional development opportunities.

  • Meet your park
    Have you ever wondered how the National Park Services manages a park, day-to-day? Learn how your tax dollars are spent, long-range park planning and improvements, get links to detailed policies and regulations, and more.

  • Kids & Youth
    Learn how to become a junior ranger; look for youth events and activities, and find out about scouting programs available at the park.

  • Bookstore
    The Encampment Store is the non-profit partner of Valley Forge National Historical Park. A percentage of all purchases, in-store and online, go back to Valley Forge. The store also offers a number of guided tours including trolley tours, bike tours, and private step-on tours.

Last updated: October 27, 2016

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

1400 North Outer Line Drive
King of Prussia, PA 19406

Phone:

(610) 783-1000

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