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Old 05-31-2017, 07:58 AM
 
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Its that time of year again. The kids have grown like weeds over the winter, the weather is hopefully taking a turn for the better and none of last years summer clothes fit.
We are hoping to visit the King of Prussia Mall when we visit Philadelphia at the end of next month, and maybe this is as good an opportunity as any to kit the kids out for summer.

So I'm wondering which are the shops to head for? They're at that tricky age where they've outgrown children's clothes but they're not quite teens - 11 and just turned 13.

Thank you
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Old 05-31-2017, 01:00 PM
 
Location: New York City
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Check the King of Prussia Mall website. There is virtually every retailer under the sun in that mall from low end to high-end.
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Old 05-31-2017, 01:30 PM
 
Location: Villanova Pa.
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^Yes^. KOP is the Largest shopping mall in the USA in regards to shopping space.

Primark from Ireland opened up not long ago.

There are Big Box retailers surrounding the mall. Best Buy, BJ's Wholesale Club,Walmart etc etc.. Huge Movie Theater Complex, Indoor Skydiving. Many hotels.


Across N. Gulph Road.

Wegmans Supermarket is a must visit.

They just built a new Town Center next to Wegmans (Village at Valley Forge).

Valley Forge Casino + resort. They have an outdoor swimming pool + tiki bar area(Valley Beach) that is open to the public.Thinks its $20 dollars per person.

Valley Forge National Park(Free). Bike Riding, hiking, jogging, auto tour etc. A couple miles from the KOP Mall.

There is a bg IKEA store in Plymouth Meeting which is north of King of Prussia.

Good luck
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