King of Prussia Mall
Shoppers Enjoy the Royal Treatment
Enjoy New York fashion chic without the hassle of Manhattan travel at the King of Prussia Mall. As the largest retail space in the U.S., its 400-plus stores feature couture's crème de la crème, all under one roof with ample parking.
The anchors - Nordstrom, Macy's, Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale's, Lord & Taylor, Sears and JCPenney - set the bar high in terms of variety and service, and the smaller boutiques follow through to the nth degree. It is the solo representative in Pennsylvania of high-end brands such as Stuart Weitzman, Hugo Boss, Betsey Johnson, Love Culture, Kate Spade, DKNY, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Cartier, Anne Fontaine, Tory Burch and Hermès. Three food courts cover the range of culinary options from quick-serve to luxurious sit-down. And an IMAX theater provides a big-screen entertainment option to shoppers who want to take a break.
The King of Prussia Mall had humble beginnings: At its 1963 opening, one of the big draws was a local grocery store, and the connecting walkways were outdoors. But visionaries continued to expand the footprint and today, the Mall's 2.6 million square feet of retail space welcomes 25 million visitors a year; five million of which arrive in the November-December timeframe to enjoy the wide variety of gift possibilities, a rotation of cheery concerts and a dazzling holiday display.
Despite its size, the King of Prussia Mall maintains a personal touch that enables shopping to be an experience, not a chore. Parking lot shuttles, "stay and shop" hotel deals and even a free personal shopper/style consultant are all perks.