Valley Forge & King Of Prussia, PA.
Top Things to Do, Attractions, Events and Dining
Valley Forge and King of Prussia combine to offer some of the most diverse experiences in all of Montgomery County. Featuring unparalleled history at Valley Forge National Historical Park, the best shopping in the country at King of Prussia Mall, incredible dining and nightlife, and the biggest parties in Montco, Valley Forge and King of Prussia are great places to start your next getaway.
VALLEY FORGE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK
Valley Forge's name is known to all Americans because of George Washington and the Continental Army's encampment of 1777-78. Today, the park is dedicated to preserving and telling that history, but it is also a destination for runners, bikers and outdoor enthusiasts.
KING OF PRUSSIA MALL
160 N. Gulph Rd
King of Prussia
The King of Prussia Mall is the largest retail shopping mall in the United States with more than 450 stores and restaurants. An recent addition brought in some of the most well-known brands, including Jimmy Choo and Diane von Furstenberg,
VALLEY FORGE CASINO RESORT
1160 First Ave
King of Prussia
The Valley Forge Casino Resort is the ultimate entertainment destination, with hundreds of exciting slot machines and table games, incredible restaurants, the area's coolest nightlife and the biggest names in music and comedy on stage.
KING OF PRUSSIA TOWN CENTER
Montco's newest downtown shopping, dining and entertainment hub brings luxury to main street living. With new restaurants and stores popping up almost every month, Town Center is buzzing with activity. From adventurous restaurants to relaxing at Town Square, there's something for everyone at this Montgomery County hot spot.
THINGS TO DO
History and shopping are just part of the story of King of Prussia and the Valley Forge region. Kid-friendly attractions, unique museums and tours, and outdoor adventure are all part of what makes this one of Montco's most popular destinations.
Valley Forge and King of Prussia are closely tied, with Valley Forge National Historical Park hosting many of the area's largest community events. We've gathered a list of some of the most popular annual events.
A world of flavor can be found in and around King of Prussia and Valley Forge, Pa. Here you will find high-end steakhouses, mom-and-pop delis and flavors of India, Mexico, Japan, the Middle East, Italy, China and more.
Valley Forge and King of Prussia, Pa., are home to the largest concentration of hotels in Montgomery County so there is always room for you here. The location at the convergence of Route 422, the Pennsylvania Turnpike and I-76 (the Schuylkill Expressway) makes it a convenient jumping off point for your Montco adventure.