You can visit many Revolutionary War attractions today in Pennsylvania. Tourism of Pennsylvania attractions might take you to Washington Crossing Historic Park, where George Washington led his
troops across the Delaware River to capture the British soldiers
stationed at Trenton, New Jersey, an important turning point in the
Revolutionary War, or to Brandywine Battlefield Park, the site of the largest battle of the
American Revolution, or to Valley Forge National Historic Park, where the Continental Army
spent the winter of 1777-1778.
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If you have visited a Pennsylvania historical site from the
Revolutionary War, we would like to give you
the opportunity to share your experiences
and your pictures here. Here are some of the Pennsylvania travel sites we would like to hear about from you...
- Peter Wentz Farmstead - Montgomery County,
General George Washington's headquarters where he planned his
attack on the British to try to prevent them from taking Philadelphia,
resulting in the Battle of Germantown
- Moland House - Hartsville, one of George Washington's
headquarters in the fall of 1777, the place where he first met the 19
year old Marquis de Lafayette
- Hope Lodge - Fort
Washington, this home was used as the headquarters of General George
Washington's Surgeon General, John Cochran while the troops encamped in
the surrounding fields after the Battle of Germantown and before
encamping at Valley Forge
- Battle of Paoli Battlegrounds - Malvern, site of a vicious
midnight attack by the British on the troops under the command of
General "Mad" Anthony Wayne
- Historic Waynesborough - Paoli, the home of General "Mad" Anthony
- Emlen House - Fort Washington, George Washington's headquarters
before moving to Valley Forge
- George Taylor home - Easton, home of this Pennsylvania Signer of
the Declaration of Independence
- Provincial Courthouse - York, home of the Continental Congress after
fleeing Philadelphia in 1777
- Steigel Mansion - Manheim, once the home of Pennsylvania Signer of
the Declaration of Independence and financier of the American
Revolution, Robert Morris
- Muhlenberg House - Trappe, the home of Peter Muhlenberg, a
Revolutionary War General and member of the First Congress of the
- Summerseat - Morrisville, General Washington's headquarters in December, 1776 and
once the home of both Pennsylvania Signers of the Declaration of
Independence Robert Morris and George Clymer
- Molly Pitcher grave - Carlisle, grave of Mary (Ludwig) Hays
McCauley, known as “Molly Pitcher," heroine at Battle of Monmouth
- Horatio Gates home - York, the home of General Horatio Gates in
- any other Pennsylvania tourism attractions related to the Revolutionary
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Home of Pennsylvania Signer of the Declaration of Independence George Taylor
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