Valley Forge National Historic Park

Valley Forge National Park is a short distance from the Homewood Suites Valley Forge Hotel. If you come to this Pennsylvania area to visit friends or family or to see the great Valley Forge National Historic Park, stay at the Homewood Suites Valley Forge Hotel and let us make your stay comfortable.

Valley Forge was the site of the 1777-78 winter encampment of the Continental Army. Valley Forge National Historic Park commemorates the sacrifices and perseverance of the Revolutionary War generation and honors the ability of citizens to pull together and overcome adversity during extraordinary times. The Park offers 90 minute guided tours on the old fashioned open air Trolley or you can take the Revolutionary Shuttle, which offers complimentary transportation and has 9 stops within the park. With over 3500 acres, Valley Forge National Park is one of the few contiguous protected areas in Pennsylvania and includes a river, many streams and wetlands, forest and meadows full of tall grass. There are over 315 species of animals in the Park, with 225 of them birds. Volunteers are welcome for activities such as screening artifacts from the soil excavated from the Washington Headquarters site. Click on the link below to see all current activities at Valley Forge National Park.

BOOK Your Valley Forge National Historic Park Hotel Stay NOW!

The Homewood Suites Valley Forge is your ideal choice for Valley Forge Hotels. This award winning spacious all suites hotel is located near historic Valley Forge National Park, Valley Forge Convention Center, and the King of Prussia Mall. We offer a complimentary hot "Suite Start breakfast" daily, and a complimentary "Welcome Home Reception" which includes a light meal and beverage Monday through Thursday evenings. You will also enjoy complimentary high speed internet access in your room and in all public areas of our hotel. Whether you’re staying for a few nights or more, we’ll do whatever it takes to ensure your stay is a comfortable one.

(Valley Forge National Historic Park Website)

  
 
Monday May 29, 2017