Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board releases new Fall/Winter guide


Autumn and the holidays are the perfect time for a getaway to Valley Forge & Montgomery County – the premier arts destination in the Greater Philadelphia region – and the VFTCB’s publication highlights live music venues, museums, popular events and festivals, and world-class entertainment happening in the area to help visitors discover the county’s more than 200 arts and culture attractions.

Just in time for the season, the Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board (VFTCB) released its Fall/Winter 2019 Arts Guide during the organization’s Speaker Series at the new John James Audubon Center for Art and Conservation at Mill Grove.

“Our Fall/Winter Arts Guide gives visitors insight into the best places to experience the arts in Montgomery County – from fall festivals to award-winning theater productions, new museum openings to holiday traditions,” said Jessica Willingham, VFTCB Director of Government & Cultural Affairs. “With more than 200 arts attractions, visitors will want to start planning their next trip to Valley Forge & Montgomery County.”

Jessica Willingham

The guide features the amazing artwork at the John James Audubon Center, an ideal destination for bird lovers, art enthusiasts, and curious learners of all ages and abilities. The brand-new facility spotlights exclusive artwork from famed ornithologist John James Audubon, Grainger McKoy, and Alice Sharp. also recently upgraded by integrating its calendar of events with the Phillyfunguide. The calendar integration allows Arts Montco to capture events it was missing in Montgomery County to create a more robust visitor experience.

To learn more about the arts in Montco, visit ArtsMontco, or follow Arts Montco on social media @artsmontco on Facebook and Twitter.

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