Valley Forge and King of Prussia Attractions and Shopping
Valley Forge and King of Prussia are popular destinations for visitors, and Valley Forge National Historical Park is at the center of all. But venture outside the park and you'll find a whole other world with the country's largest shopping mall, indoor skydiving, world-class museums and so much more.
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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.
160 N. Gulph RdKing 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 andDiane von Furstenberg,
1160 First AveKing 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.
290 Goddard BlvdKing of Prussia
It’s all the thrill of traditional skydiving without needing the bravery to jump out of an airplane. Float on a cloud of air, suspended in a free-fall that leaves guests feeling 10 feet off the ground, even after leaving the building.
160 North Gulph Road, Suite 4230King of Prussia, PA 19406
Be the hero of your very own 60-minute adventure! You and your team will work together to find clues, solve puzzles, and ultimately complete a mission. Break out of prison, find hidden gold, and more!
One American Treasure WayOaks
The American Treasure Tour is a whirlwind tram-car trip through automated music machines, classic cars, advertising icons, and other whimsical pieces of the past.
100 Station AveOaks
The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center is a whirlwind of specialty consumer shows and exhibitions, including the National Dog Show, broadcast each Thanksgiving on NBC.
1201 Pawlings RdAudubon
The John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove offers the chance to explore the landscape that first inspired this renowned wildlife artist to paint the Birds of North America.
1520 Horse Shoe TrlMalvern
The Wharton Esherick Museum displays the artistry of a craftsman whose talents began in painting but evolved into woodworking, fashioning genius out of natural materials.
2200 West Dr422 Business CenterOaks
Arnold's Family Fun Center and Sky Zone demonstrate that in King of Prussia, kids can be king on the race course, in the arcade or while bouncing off the walls of a trampoline park.
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An all-seeing eye greets visitors as they enter the spacious lobby, unsettling those who dare to tackle one of four challenges: Revolution Spies, The Laboratory, The Egyptian Tomb and The Billionaire's Den.
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To keep things fresh (and inspire successful puzzle-solvers to return), Expedition Escape refreshes one of its four rooms every six months, bringing in new storylines and challenges. Current offerings include the Quest for the Throne, Baker Street Mystery andAunt Edna's Condo (trust us, it's way more exciting than it sounds).