Vegas-Style Hotel with Saloon and Seven Restaurants
At Valley Forge Casino Resort’s onsite saloon, you’ll find a bucking mechanical bull and bar-goers in cowboy boots strutting their way through line dances beneath colored lights. But this isn’t the Wild West. Instead, the resort sits about 30 minutes outside of Philadelphia and just a short drive from Valley Forge National Historical Park. The hotel’s complimentary shuttle will take you to the King of Prussia Mall, one of the country’s largest shopping centers.
Inside the hotel, a casino brims with 600 slot machines and 50 tables for blackjack, craps, and roulette. Seven onsite restaurants cater to different cravings: there's casual sushi at Asianoodle, and Pacific Prime's upscale atmosphere complements dishes such as maine lobster and loch duart scottish salmon.
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania: Revolutionary History at Every Turn
Colonial and revolutionary history surround King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. George Washington led troops to battle in nearby Germantown, and Valley Forge National Historical Park houses the general’s original headquarters and several soldier monuments. Take a Magical History Tour to follow the Continental Army's path to its 1777–1778 winter camp, or drive 30 minutes east to Chestnut Hill to stroll cobblestone streets dotted with shops and restaurants.
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