More than 50 golf courses and 300,000 yards of golf are waiting for you in Montgomery County. Pack up your clubs, bring your family and escape to Montgomery County for your next golf getaway.
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Explore Your Freedom

Since no one knows better than you how to define a good time, Valley Forge and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, provides the freedom to do exactly that. Come and explore our attractions, events, adventures, arts scene, history, nightlife and shopping, and when you're tuckered out from experiencing all we have to offer, nestle into one of our stellar accommodations.

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valley forge / king of prussia

With world-class shopping, casino gaming, fine dining, family fun and the Valley Forge National Historical Park, Montgomery County allows you to explore your freedom and discover something new. MoreMore Valley Forge / King of Prussia

jenkintown

The arts in all their varieties seem to flourish here, from one of the area’s premier rock and roll concert venues to galleries where emerging painters and sculptors test their talents. MoreMore Jenkintown

green lane

This corner of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, is aptly named. Numerous mom-and-pop storefronts fill its quiet lanes. And the geography is always lush and inviting. MoreMore Green Lane

ardmore

The open-air Suburban Square shopping district is one of Ardmore’s big draws, especially in summers when it’s augmented with a farmers market. MoreMore Ardmore

lansdale

While in Lansdale and its surrounding neighborhoods enjoying the culture and history, take advantage of its homemade specialties, from chocolates to ice cream to wine. MoreMore Lansdale

skippack

Sidewalks are alive with foot traffic, either purchasing unique gifts, peering at tempting menus or just window-shopping. The most compelling reason to visit is its hometown feel. MoreMore Skippack

willow grove

It is virtually impossible to visit Willow Grove and not experience the story of the industrialist Pitcairn family, which left an indelible imprint. Come and witness their multifaceted legacy. MoreMore Willow Grove

ambler

One of Ambler’s strongest assets is its connectivity. Regional rail lines make it extremely accessible. Best of all, the town offers numerous treasures once you conveniently get there. MoreMore Ambler

fort washington

There is no actual fort in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, anymore. Today, the area is best known for wide, open landscapes that support some of the best golfing and gardens in the county. MoreMore Fort Washington

pottstown

This place moves! Whether you’re leaping over the hills of its BMX bike park or dancing in its 1940s-style retro ballroom, Pottstown has a pulse. MoreMore Pottstown

conshohocken

The borough of Conshohocken long ago shed its mill-town roots and now, thanks to a thriving tech industry, has become known as "Silicon Valley Forge." MoreMore Conshohocken

norristown

The county seat may be located in Norristown, but when you’re visiting, you’ll do anything but sit. History, family fun, theater, and niche restaurants are all at your doorstep. MoreMore Norristown

  • Valley Forge / King of Prussia
  • Jenkintown
  • Green Lane
  • Ardmore
  • Lansdale
  • Skippack
  • Willow Grove
  • Ambler
  • Fort Washington
  • Pottstown
  • Conshohocken
  • Norristown

featured events

Peter Wentz Farmstead
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Jun 28, 2016
Students entering 4th through 6th grade in fall 2016 will experience childhood activities and crafts of the colonial period. Pre-registration required; please call...
Valley Forge National Historical Park
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Jun 29, 2016
Paulette Mark - "Philander Chase Knox and his home at Valley Forge" A look at the life of the US Attorney General, Secretary of State, and US Senator and his...
Fingers Wings & Other Things
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Jul 2, 2016
FWOT is kicking off the new year with Chuckles Traveling Comedy Show every Saturday night. Come enjoy Great Food, Tasty Suds and Hilarious Comedy! Doors open at 8:30...
Valley Forge National Historical Park
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Jul 4, 2016
Celebrate our nation's independence with artillery demonstrations, historical games, an All-American cook-out, music, and more! Meet one of the founding fathers and sign...
Washington Memorial Chapel
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Jul 6, 2016
The Frank P. Law Summer Concert Series continues a tradition that is more than 60 years old. Every Wednesday in July and August, the carillon of Washington Memorial Chapel...
Colonial Theatre
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Jul 8, 2016
This event is rain or shine. Tickets are non-refundable and are limited to 350. This event will sell out quickly so don't delay in getting your tickets when they go on sale...

Visitors Guide

2016 Official Visitors Guide
Visitors Guide 2016
Our official Valley Forge Visitors Guide puts a Montgomery County getaway at your fingertips. Discover our attractions, browse the best restaurants and find your ideal hotel. Available for FREE in print and digital versions.
 
 

the pursuit

EVENTS
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June 28, 2016
Rian and her dad
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June 28, 2016
Conshohocken has preserved many pieces of Americana, including the charm of a turn-of-the-century penny-candy store. Read how it retained a traditional July 4 soap box derby.   more
  
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