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Commemorating the site of George Washington's Continental Army winter encampment, Valley Forge National Historical Park, is a must see for young and old alike. The park features 26-miles of hiking/biking trails, historic buildings and educational exhibits.
Completed in 1917, the Washington Memorial Chapel, was built in honor of General Washington and the patriot soldiers of Valley Forge. Located within Valley Forge National Historic Park, the site features a 58-bell carillon and tower.
In 1917, the National Memorial Arch, was dedicated in honor of the arrival of George Washington and his troops to Valley Forge. Standing over 60-feet high, the granite arch features bronze plaques of the Valley Forge general officers.
The World of Scouting Museum is dedicated to the preservation of Boy Scouting and Girl Scouting memorabilia. The location's exhibits focus on the origin of scouting in the United States and the birth of the Girl Scouts in Savannah, Georgia.
Located at the Washington Chapel, The Justice Bell is a full-size replica of the famous Liberty Bell with the added inscription 'establish Justice.' The bell was used on a national tour between 1915 and 1920 to campaign for women's suffrage.
Dedicating to memory of a wood sculptor, The Wharton Esherick Museum features 300 of his pieces in the gallery. One of his most notable works is a curved staircase carved from wood, which visitors can touch and feel.
YSC sports is a soccer facility that features both indoor and outdoor artificial soccer fields for use. Visitors to the facility commonly enjoy playing games in a soccer league, renting field time, or training to become a better player.