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).