Comfort Inn Valley Forge National Park
550 W. Dekalb Pike
King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (610) 962-0700
Fax: (610) 962-0218
You name and they have it! Marbles: The Brain Store, specializes in offering a wide range of games for all age groups. Enjoy shopping for unique and exclusive games that you've never heard of but will definitely love playing with! Ask their friendly staff to guide you and they will readily do so.
Eddie Bauer offers a good collection of clothing requirements for the entire family. Choose from the trendiest clothes, good brands and unique designs. They also feature a section for home decor and shoes.
Neiman Marcus is one of the best department stores in town. Catering mainly to the latest fashion trends, they have products from the leading brands like Gucci, Burberry, Hermes, Loius Vitton and so on. They are quite popular among customers for their well stocked fragrance section.
J. Crew is where you can be sure to put an entire look together. Albeit expensive, every creation on offer at J. Crew is totally worth the money spent.
The Plano-based chain of department stores, JCPenney boasts of over 1,000 stores all over the United States. These stores offer a wide range of products such as apparel, beauty products, footwear and home decor and much more. The JCP store in King of Prussia, PA is a part of the popular King of Prussia Mall and is located on Gulph Road. The place also features a huge Sephora store and a beauty salon. Apart from this, there are services such as a wedding registry, an optical store and a photo studio available on site.
The King of Prussia is an absolute juggernaut of department stores, specialty stores and restaurants. Be sure to stop by the visitor's center to pick up a map. The King of Prussia complex is known as the largest of its kind on the East Coast and is the only place in the world where many department stores can be found under one roof, including Nordstrom, Macy's, and Sears. There is also a host of kiosks and eateries to delight your palette as you shop.
The Encampment Store offers an interesting collection that entails a unique insight into the military camp that had taken a winter refuge at Valley Forge in 1777. The inventory here includes a great range of books, articles and products that all reflect that time in the history of American army.
This adorable family-run toy store has been a Bryn Mawr mainstay since many years now. Spread over 1,100 square feet (102.19 square meters), the store is highlighted by its great service. The staff is exceedingly courteous, patient and caring towards the enthusiastic, little ones who tend to linger and are quite eager to play with everything. The collection is quite impressive as well, with several educational and interesting toys that cater to physiological, psychological and social development of the children. A true hidden gem, Pun’s Toy Store is as popular with kids as it is with adults.
Most of the action figures and dolls are from the 20th century, but older pieces are also available at Zip's Toys to Go. Domestic and imported plush toys and one-of-a-kind dolls are sold, with an impressive inventory of Steiff and Muffy. Disney aficionados will be pleased with the plethora of original animation cells and other artwork.
Phantastic Phinds is a second-hand furniture store based on the concept of recycling. Right from its logo depicting a tree, its passion for conserving the environment through the reuse of paper and furniture is evident. It sources home and garden accessories and furnishings from locals who are shifting homes and sells them at reduced prices. Its sheer range of vintage and contemporary home decor products is astounding, from maple wood dressers and floral mirror frames to glossy ceramic jugs and paisley throw pillows. Customers can shop for vintage toys and tools such as badminton sets, doll's cradles, carpenter's saws and wrench sets. It also sells art books, home decor magazines, garden statues and chairs, ornate decanters, canister sets, candle holders and oil lamps. It regularly conducts workshops for adults and children alike in topics such as chalk painting.
Every weekend antique sellers come to peddle fine pieces of furniture, jewelry and vintage clothing. The 20,000 square foot facility is typically filled with shoppers seeking anything from china, 19th century playing cards to rare vases. Knick-knacks, like campaign buttons from the 1950s are sold along with high-ticket items such as late 18th century pianos.
Located on an enchanting cobblestone corner in historic Chestnut Hill, The Philadelphia Print Shop, Ltd. offers an impressive array of portraits, maps and books related to the city's history. This specialty shop also contains fine art, natural history, Americana, and sporting prints. Book offerings include scarce travelogues, beautiful color plate books and a notable selection of reference books on prints and maps.