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National Memorial Arch, Valley Forge

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  • A certain calm and Historic reverence is evoked by this Icon. The back drive up to the Anthony Wayne Statute on his magnificent horse is well worth the trip. 
  • This is a stop on the Valley Forge audio tour. Although it was raining, my kids wanted to stop and run up the hill to read the inscriptions inside the arch - it's big enough to stand under in a hard r...  more »
  • Your driving tour will take you by the Arch. It's worth stopping as the vistas from this location are quite beautiful. Judging from the size of the lamps it must be impressive at night. 
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  • Beautiful Monument. Great place to walk, and relax.
  • Great park in which to take a hike or run, or learn a little more about American colonial history. Watch out for the deer along the road though.
  • Grand architecture.
  • Love this place, in memory for fallen solders for the freedom of America (Year 1777), Birth place of US Army and battle ground of George Washington with very senicn and beautiful surroundings reflecting on our past-present. I always enjoy a trip to this shrine :-)
  • Special place to star gaze!!