Valley Forge

Valley Forge offers some of the most diverse experiences in all of Montgomery County. Featuring unparalleled history at Valley Forge National Historical Park, Valley Forge is a great place to explore!

How to get there

SEPTA Bus Route 125 takes you directly to Valley Forge, Valley Forge Casino Resort and Valley Forge National Historical Park. 


One-way cash fare is $2.50 cash. 

You may want to consider a  SEPTA Key Card. The SEPTA Key is a reloadable, reusable card that is available from Fare Kiosks at 69th Street Transportation Center. The SEPTA Key Travel Wallet allows you to pay as you go and you'll receive a discount for each ride ($2.00 versus the $2.50 cash fare). You must load a minimum of $10 [which will get you 5 rides]. Funds in your Travel Wallet can only be used to pay for one (1) person. It cannot be tapped multiple times to pay for anyone traveling with you. 

A SEPTA One Day Convenience Pass is good for rides on all BusesMarket-Frankford Line, Broad Street Line, and Trolleys  - including the Norristown High Speed Line. Valid for eight rides in one calendar day by one person for $9.00. It is NOT valid for travel on Regional Rail. The pass is activated upon its first presentation to a SEPTA Operator or Cashier. A One Day Convenience Pass can be loaded on a SEPTA Key Card at a Fare Kiosk, or at a  SEPTA Sales Office.

Things To Do

Valley Forge is the name known to all Americans because of George Washington and the Continental Army's encampment of 1777-78. Today, the park is dedicated to preserving and telling that history, but it is also a destination for runners, bikers and outdoor enthusiasts.

The Valley Forge Casino Resort is the ultimate entertainment destination, with hundreds of exciting slot machines and table games, incredible restaurants, the area's coolest nightlife and the biggest names in music and comedy on stage.

Valley Forge National Historical Park hosts many of the area's largest community events