Make the most of your tournament weekend both on and off the field!
A world of adventures, rich in American history, awaits in Valley Forge and Montgomery County (Montco). From Valley Forge National Historical Park, where General Washington and his Continental Army stayed during the American Revolution, to dozens of other historic sites. In addition to our family-friendly parks, Montco has nearly 100 miles of hiking, running, and biking trails.
Show Your Badge Program!
Our NEW Show Your Badge savings pass offers exclusive discounts for sports event attendees to some of our favorite attractions, restaurants and shops!
Sign up for free. Mobile pass offers are sent directly to your phone via text and email. Then show the pass at participating businesses to redeem the offer. No apps required!
Fun for the Whole Fam
This July, experience fun for the whole family at our family-friendly attractions like the Elmwood Park Zoo, LEGOLAND Discovery Center, Arnold’s Family Fun Center and more!
Satisfy those Cravings
July brings a month-long celebration in support of our local restaurants, Crave Montco Month! Think a restaurant week, but the entire month. Montgomery County is home to nearly 2000 restaurants ready to cater to any craving!
A Shoppers Paradise
From luxury name brands at one of the largest malls in the U.S., to small businesses along quaint main streets, shopping in Montgomery County is an experience like no other.
Pro tip: On a nice summer day, visit the Philadelphia Premium Outlets for an open air shopping experience.
Montgomery County, PA, is home to over 200 arts attractions, featuring live music venues, historic movie theaters, amazing architecture, museums and art galleries, and some of the finest gardens and arboretums in the country. If you're looking for the premier arts destination during your visit, make it Montco!
Make it a long weekend and spend some free time on the links at one of Montgomery County’s 50 historic, top-ranked golf courses.
Check out all events happening this month in our monthly events blog on www.valleyforge.org