Comfort Inn Valley Forge National Park
550 W. Dekalb Pike
King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (610) 962-0700
Fax: (610) 962-0218
The Main Line Symphony Orchestra performs three subscription concerts each year, usually in November, March and May, in the Valley Forge Intermediate School at 105 West Walker Road in Wayne.
Only the latest dramas, comedies, romances and action films are shown at UA King of Prussia Stadium 16 & IMAX.
The King of Prussia Players offers the best plays and musicals, both classic and contemporary, throughout the year.
Paramour is a lovely restaurant known for its fantastic ambiance and delectable food. One thing you must try here is the Signature Eggs Benedict. The Sunday brunch is loved by the regulars here. The restaurant is excellent for a group function and other private events. During the summers, Paramour offers its special "Burgers of Summer" of which all five are truly delicious and are exclusively available here.
The Saturday Club is a monumental women's club clubhouse and is a renowned and prominent site. It is precisely situated at Wayne in Delaware County in Pennsylvania. It was initially built in 1899 and stands as a one and a half storied building made of English half timber. The measurements speak 55 foot by 75 foot and it includes one gable roof and three gable dormers. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it carries great vitality.
As you enter Peppercorn, you are treated to a very warm and welcoming aura with a cozy and intimate setting, just perfect for a special date or a gathering with a group of friends. The restaurant has French doors opening to a lovely patio. You simply cannot miss out on the confit duck Benedict here; it is a favorite of many visitors. The drinks menu is pretty varied and the draft beers are a specialty. There are six differently designed spaces which can be booked for a private event. The Peppercorn also conducts many shows and events throughout the year.
The Washington Fire Company No. 1 dates back to 1877 and is included in the National Register of Historic Places. Owing to a fire, it was decided that Conshohocken should have an independent fire company and hence this firm was founded.
The Cisco Arena is one of the best arenas in Oaks and is highly sought after by everyone. You can try your hand at kick-boxing, karate, old school boxing, jujitsu and even Brazilian martial arts. On other days you could also catch some concerts or community events taking place here.
A favorite among Villanova University students, Ardmore Music Hall (formerly known as Brownies 23 East) is usually bereft of elbow room. Live music is performed on the first floor, where the immense bar dispenses spirits to the young crowd. If the downstairs gets too crowded, bar-hoppers can try their luck at the upstairs balcony where the beer-fueled chaos below can be observed. There are inexpensive appetizers and a full range of spirits and beer.
The Schuylkill Canal is relevantly referred as the Schuylkill Navigation. Occupying great historic significance, the site is a 19th Century commercial waterway. It was constructed from 1815 through 1827. It was however later closed down in 1947. The historical waterway is located along the Schuylkill River in Pennsylvania. It was a highly utilized avenue for transportation of bulk cargo. The two watered reaches that remain even today are under recreation. The site stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places.
Located on Lancaster Avenue, Grand Slam USA is a unique combination of many fantastic activities. Offering a plethora of fun, group activities that the entire family can avail, this place features arcade games, a mini-golf, a laser tag ring and a basketball court, among other things. Apart from this, Grand Slam USA also has a great selection of instructional programs that kids of all ages can make use of. The facility is also available for private celebrations like birthday parties and such, needless to say, Grand Slam makes for a fun time!
This museum is in a beautiful 19th-Century stone Victorian mansion in Chestnut Hill. It opened in 1940 and its permanent collection includes more than 2500 works of art. The collection also includes over 300 paintings and sculpture works by Daniel Garber, Thomas Pollock Anshutz, Edward Moran, Violet Oakley, Benjamin West, Robert Riggs, Jessie Willcox Smith and Herbert Pullinger. The museum also conducts art lecture series, excursions, music concerts and campaigns with the help of its members.