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Washington Memorial Chapel, Valley Forge

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
Built in 1903 as a wayside chapel for prayer and reflection for those who visit Valley Forge, the Chapel is a vibrant home for a faithful congregation of the Episcopal Church, part of the Diocese of Pennsylvania. Each year its Gothic Revival architecture, stained glass windows and interior furnishings, coupled with its congregation’s religious and patriotic mission, continue to attract and inspire many thousands of visitors.
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  • The stain glass is unbelievable. Sat down and said a prayer. Walked the grounds and admired the view of the Valley Forge Park. 
  • This is the last step of the Valley Forge visit. Don't miss out on this little chapel, it's quite nice, pay attention to the stained glass windows, they portray each of the original 13 States and the ...  read more »
  • For me, it is always interesting to visit the halls of history. I find it amazing that such structures could be built without the benefit of today's tools and technology. 
  • A beautiful old church that is dedicated to Washington. While I have not attended a service or concert here, I've heard that they are exceptional. Parking is limited, and pulling out on the road can be difficult at times, but this is a must stop when you are visiting Valley Forge.
  • Beautiful unique church. Best part of the entire Valley Forge Park.
  • A must for every American, friends (and foe)! To see our humble beginnings is to understand who we are.
  • Sounds beautiful!
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