MAPS & DIRECTIONS
Valley Forge National Historical Park
Valley Forge National Historical Park sits at the crossroads of several major highways, making it easy to get to from all directions.
WHERE IS VALLEY FORGE?
Valley Forge Historical Park is located just 18 miles west of Philadelphia along the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76). Neighboring communities include King of Prussia, home to the King of Prussia Mall, the largest shopping mall on the east coast; Oaks, home to the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center; and Phoenixville, a vibrant small town in neighboring Chester County.
HOW DO I GET TO VALLEY FORGE?
From Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
Take the Schuylkill Expressway (I-76) to the King of Prussia/Norristown exit (#329). From here, the park is five miles north along Gulph Road.
From Harrisburg, Pittsburgh and Points West
The park is located just off the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76) at the Philadelphia/Valley Forge exit (#326).
From Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Take I-95 N toward Wilmington, Del. North of the city, take the Concord Pike/West Chester Exit (#8) for US-202 north. The park is about 30 miles north, just off US-202 along PA-23.
From New York City and Boston
Take I-95 S (NJ Turnpike) toward Philadelphia. Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-276) Exit (#6). The park is located just off the Turnpike at the Philadelphia/Valley Forge exit (#326).