Valley Forge National Historical Park
You’ll see plenty of historic buildings, monuments and museums in Philadelphia, but the City of Brotherly Love and its surrounding areas are also home to a good many parks, open spaces and other top spots for viewing wildlife.
More than 200 miles of trails wind through Fairmount Park, and Valley Forge and Ridley Creek offer additional trail networks just outside Philadelphia. So dig out those helmets and riding gloves from the closet, pack up the kids and get ready for some bike-riding fun at these top family-friendly bicycle trails around the City of Brotherly Love.
Here are the top family hikes in and around Philly that will take you out of the concrete jungle to a world of natural beauty.
Philadelphia is rich in U.S. history and culture, qualities which are reflected in many of the nearby national parks. Here are a few that top the list for Philly residents and visitors alike.
Finding a fun spot to take the family on the weekend is a cinch in the City of Brotherly Love.
The changing leaves greet Philadelphia residents and visitors alike with a kaleidoscope of blazing color, enticing them to visit these popular spots for taking in the colors of fall.
Two citizens groups say they’re ready to take Tredyffrin Township to court over a series of raw sewage spills in Valley Forge National Historical Park.
Fall is the perfect time to plan a visit to the City of Brotherly Love. From Center City to Valley Forge, visitors to Philadelphia will soak up history as they take in the colors and sights of the season.
Authorities say Norristown a man was killed while attempting extract copper wiring from high-voltage electrical box in Valley Forge National Historical Park.
Want to avoid traffic and crowds this holiday weekend, but still get into the great outdoors? Here’s an ideal getaway just minutes from home.
Explore the City of Brotherly Love and show your pops some love with these top activities in and around the Philadelphia area for Father’s Day.
Chopper 3 over the scene Rt. 252 at Yellow Springs Road through Valley Forge Park and Rt. 23 at Davis Road in Schuylkill Township.
Try one of these Philly top spots for staying fit next time you visit.
After a sixteen-day shutdown, the visitors’ center, the theatre, the trails and the buildings are open.
As frustration with the federal government shutdown grows, a group of runners hit the road Sunday around Valley Forge National Historical Park to protest its closure.