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The Friends of Valley Forge is now the
Valley Forge Park Alliance

In 1976, Valley Forge became a national park and a group of visionary citizens united as “Friends” to support it. Over forty years later, we have grown into a national alliance of corporations, organizations and individual who share the goals of supporting and protecting the hallowed grounds of Valley Forge but also recognize an ever growing community that extends beyond the boundaries of the Park. To celebrate this milestone, we are now the Valley Forge Park Alliance.

Our mission is to advocate for Valley Forge National Historical Park, to enhance the visitor experience and to promote public appreciation of the Park’s historic, environmental and recreational resources. We welcome you to join the Alliance and help us to support and preserve Valley Forge National Historical Park!

Trail Tuesdays: Weekly Walks in the Park!

Tuesdays 10 am – 11 am walk starts at Alliance table in Visitor Center lower lot Free Event
trail tuesdays

Join us for Trail Tuesdays as we walk, talk, get healthy, and be happy! Walk is for all fitness levels. Dogs and strollers welcome. In case of inclement weather, the walk will be canceled. Contact Molly Duffy for any questions at or call 484-886-5853.

Muhlenberg Days

Saturdays: Aug. 19, Sep. 2 & 23 10 am – 3 pm Muhlenberg Brigade Free Event
Muhlenberg Days

Join Living History staff and volunteers at the Muhlenberg Brigade Huts to experience camp life through interactive activities and special demonstrations such as cooking and bread baking. Living History Volunteers give park visitors an up-close and personal understanding about the experiences and hardships of the encampment.

Walking with Washington

Thursday, August 24 5:30 pm – 7 pm Washington’s Headquarters Free Event
Parking at Washington Memorial Chapel Free shuttle to Washington’s HQ
Live the Canvas Life Dean Malissa as George Washington Dean Malissa as George Washington

Washington’s Headquarters, also known as the Isaac Potts House, has the distinction of being the structure General Washington used as his headquarters during the 1777–1778 Valley Forge Encampment. The building could be considered the “Pentagon” of its time, as it was the place where Washington and his highest-ranking officers worked and lived during the encampment. Start your tour of the entire Headquarters complex at the restored Train Station. Enjoy an opportunity to visit the park after hours and learn about the Valley Forge encampment from George Washington himself! Presented in partnership with the Schuylkill Township Historical Commission and Valley Forge National Historical Park.

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