King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
King of Prussia, aka KOP, is a community within the boundaries of Upper Merion Township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. As you can understand from its name, it was named after the King Frederick the Great of Prussia or more specifically after the King of Prussia Inn, a very famous 18th-century tavern. Despite its small size, you will find nearby the largest US shopping mall (3million square feet!), the King of Prussia Mall. Thus, it is the perfect place to visit and exercise some serious shopping therapy! Other top King of Prussia attractions include the Valley Forge Casino, Escape Room Mystery, Valley Forge National Historical Park, and several trails for hiking and biking, such as the Joseph Plumb Martin Trail, Schuylkill River Trail, Chester Valley Trail, etc. Regarding budget accommodation, there are over 200 discount hotels worth checking in and nearby King of Prussia, PA. Prices start from as little as $50 and the average price per room per night is around $145.