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By Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Bureau

Hotel West & Main- Conshohocken, PA

Every planner knows that a memorable meeting is about more than state-of-the-art meeting rooms. Valley Forge and Montgomery County, PA, afford attendees as much room to play and relax as they offer space to do business.In the heart of the Northeast Corridor, just 18 minutes outside of Philadelphia, Valley Forge has a variety of bigger destinations without the big-time headaches. You can choose from over 80 hotels that offer plenty of room to stretch out, as well as 300 meeting venues where attendees can expand their networks and imaginations. There are 1,600 restaurants and more than 200 attractions to make the whole experience richer. The region boasts must-see historical sites, a vibrant arts scene, and some of the best shopping around—including the largest mall on the East Coast. If you’re looking for indoor fun, you can choose anything from indoor skydiving to award-winning craft breweries, wineries, and distilleries. If you love action, Montgomery County is home to a casino and over 50 public and private golf courses. Whatever meeting you’re looking to arrange, Valley Forge and Montgomery County, PA, is the perfect place to host.Hook & Ladder Restaurant- Coshokocken, PAAlong with everything else Valley Forge and Montgomery County have to offer, there’s a deal that makes booking your next meeting even more special. Get $5 back per night when you book 25 nights or more. Add in the ease of parking, plus an easy-to-get-to location at the confluence of major roadways just minutes from Philadelphia International Airport, and you’ve got a package that’s hard to beat.

Valley Forge National Historical Park- King of Prussia, PARoom to meet. Room to explore. Room to have fun. Room for more. You’ll find it all in Valley Forge and Montgomery County, PA—along with consultants who will be happy to make planning your next meeting as pleasant as the area itself. Contact Scott Higgins ( or Stephanie Kilroy (, or call the Valley Forge Tourism and Convention Board at 610.834.7963, to learn more about its state-of-the-art meeting options. They’ve got room on their schedules to chat.