Hotel at a Glance: Valley Forge Casino Resort
On an average night at Valley Forge Casino Resort, you can sip martinis and play a high-limit game of blackjack, then sit down to a gourmet Italian dinner at one of the resort’s seven restaurants––some of which stay open around the clock. Hop on the resort’s complimentary shuttle to reach other nearby attractions, including the King of Prussia Mall, where you can shop at more than 400 stores.
- Get lucky: The 24-hour casino has 600 slot machines and dozens of table games ranging from blackjack to roulette.
- Diverse dining: Pair pan-roasted Maine lobster with a bottle of wine at the upscale Pacific Prime. At the laidback Valley Tavern, you can order a pint of Guinness to wash down some warm shepherd’s pie.
- Cameo Lounge has several signature cocktails, ranging from mango margaritas to lamberti prosecco sweetened with hibiscus syrup. This swanky club is just one of several onsite watering holes.
- Driving time to Philadelphia: about half an hour
Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER.
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.