Valley Forge and Montgomery County is connected by
Exits 326 through 343 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike serve us, easing entry/exit from the east (N.J.) and the west (Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, etc.). The exit for Valley Forge National Historical Park, the King of Prussia Mall and the Valley Forge Casino Resort is 326.
Driving from Center City Philadelphia or Atlantic City? The Schuylkill Expressway (I-76) is your best bet.
Our immediate neighbors from the south (Delaware, for instance) can take U.S. Route 202 and land virtually in our backyard.
Visitors from the distant north (New York, New England, etc.) or the south (D.C., the Carolinas, Florida, etc.) can access I-95 to get here and get home.
Our nearest hub for visitors arriving by air is Philadelphia International Airport, which serves the sixth largest metropolitan center in the U.S. From the airport, you can easily reach Valley Forge and all of Montgomery County via I-476 north.
The Amtrak Acela Service can whisk you from New York or Washington D.C. to Philadelphia's 30thStreet Station in less time than you can watch a Hollywood blockbuster on your tablet. From there Valley Forge and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania., are accessible by cab, trolley, regional rail or limo.
Amtrak also features limited service directly to Paoli Station, where ground transportation is available for destinations in the King of Prussia/Valley Forge area.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (we call it SEPTA) has an extensive network of buses, trains and trolleys that can bring you from Center City Philadelphia to our area and back again. The closest Regional Rail connectors to/from Valley Forge are the stations on the Paoli-Thorndale Line (exiting at Paoli Station) and the Norristown Line (exiting at Norristown Transportation Center).
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