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National Park Foundation Grant Supports Capacity Building at Valley Forge Park Alliance

Valley Forge National Historical Park Awarded Two Michelin Stars!

B.A.R.K. for the Park: A Pawsitively Fun Day!

Dozens of dogs and their human companions joined us at the Washington Memorial Chapel in Valley Forge National Historical Park on Sunday, May 7 for a fabulous afternoon of pup-centric activities! Thanks to the Park Rangers Adam, Sarah, and Beth, we are proud to welcome our newest B.A.R.K. Rangers—who showed up in all shapes, colors, and sizes! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for links to view photos from the event. Many thanks to our program partners listed below and Alliance volunteers for their time and participation.

It’s Official: Meet Our Café Partner, ANEU!

The Alliance is pleased to announce its partnership with Meridith Coyle to bring ANEU to Valley Forge National Historical Park. You heard that right— a café is coming to the Maurice Stephens House!

Our adaptive reuse project, slated to open in fall 2023, will house our headquarters, program and public space, and another location for one of the Main Line’s beloved ANEU cafés.

The café will feature its signature clean, healthy ingredients and homemade comfort food. “As an entrepreneur for 30 years, I feel like this is what I’m meant to do,” Meridith said. “The Alliance is the greatest group helping to preserve this treasure in our backyard, and we look forward to being a part of the fun.”

Valley Forge National Historical Park Commemorates the 245th Anniversary of the March-in of the Continental Army - Valley Forge National Historical Park (U.S. National Park Service) (

King of Prussia District Makes Donation to Repurpose Former Home in Valley Forge National Historical Park

Waysides Honoring Patriots of African Descent Unveiled at Valley Forge

Please click the button below to learn more about the two waysides unveiled in Valley Forge to honor the contributions of soldiers and civilians of African descent during the American Revolution (Gresek & Purifoy).

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