My wife and I visited in November and by luck it was exceptionally warm that day so it was perfect to do the tour. Being Canadians we've heard of Valley Forge but that's about this size of it.
So we took the trolley tour (fee required) with a guide and she was so keen about the history that it was fascinating to listen to...and we did and we had loads of questions. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
We also liked the fact that the park is open for people to hike, walk their dogs etc... just like any other park. There were even those horseback riding while we were there. It is quite different from other national parks which can be somewhat porcelain - look but don't touch.
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