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Very few visitors on a Sunday when they opened at noon. Plenty of parking and easy access with turn around for buses and RVs. Only $3 to see an excellent 15 minute film of the history of this site. We did not tour the two...More
We drove though to take a look at the battlefield because we had been in Valley Forge the day before. I don't mind it being small but there are very few signs or information to tell you what anything is and we had no idea...More
The guide was very knowledgeable and encouraged questions. As my husband and I were the only two on the tour, Ralph was more than willing to talk with us about my husband's 4th great grandfather's involvement in the Revolutionary War. For us, that made our...More
The small park and visitor center are worth a stop if you're headed for Valley Forge (as I was), because it is the preview to the next chapter in the history of the Revolutionary War. There isn't much to see, though, and no way to...More
We drove right past here and decided to take a break and visit here. Glad we did. We got to see a short little video which explained a lot about the War. The museum is small but fun. The grounds were also small but nice...More
Years ago, my husband and I started visiting different wineries from the Brandywine up thru the Poconos and out thru Lancaster, and Penn Woods consistently outperforms the others in quality of wine. As a fan of cab franc I have been very grateful to find...More
We went to this battlefield park while traveling in the Brandywine Valley area. This is certainly a large part of the American revolution history, and the small museum has much of the history, some recovered artifacts, and the obligatory gift shop. Certainly worth the stop...More