Philadelphia, one of the nation's most visited tourist cities, offers a wonderful variety of attractions, from those of historical significance, such as Independence Hall, Liberty Bell Center, National Constitution Center, Franklin Square, and Congress Hall, to top cultural and family destinations, including the Philadelphia Zoo, Franklin Institute science museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Please Touch Museum. Main street festivals and outdoor events are common in the quaint suburban towns surrounding Philadelphia, and the Philadelphia Eagles, Phillies, and Flyers offer year-round enjoyment for sports fans.
King of Prussia offers a wide selection of international dining options available in three food courts and in casual and fine dining establishments, both inside and outside the center. Inside King of Prussia, full service restaurants include Cheesecake Factory, Morton's - The Steakhouse, Legal Sea Foods, T.G.I. Friday's, Rock Bottom Brewery, Ruby's Diner, Blue Pacific Chinese Bistro & Sushi, and Italian Delight. Restaurants located on the exterior include Sullivan's Steakhouse, Maggiano's Little Italy, Corner Bakery, Fox and Hound, and Seasons 52.
Whether you want to retrace George Washington's footsteps while bicycling through Valley Forge National Historic Park, tour the city of brotherly love or take a ghost tour, play the hottest slots, or visit a local winery, enjoy a scenic canoe trip or go to an amusement park, there is plenty to do while visiting the King of Prussia area. Valley Forge National Park is less than three miles from King of Prussia Mall, as is the new Valley Forge Casino Resort, the region's only full amenity gaming resort. Philadelphia and Southeast Pennsylvania abound with places to go and things to experience for enthusiasts of all types.