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Plymouth Meeting. This summer, the Elmwood Park Zoo opened “Trail of the Jaguar,” a 5,000-square foot big cat encounter designed by architects from Disney’s® Animal Kingdom.


“Montgomery County benefits from 75 hotels that complement our outstanding tourism assets. History, nightlife, golf, arts and culture, and adventure are all clustered around accommodations that are new or have recently made significant investments in upgrading their facilities. This combination makes us unbeatable for weekend getaways, which can be planned through our website, www.valleyforge.org,” Bowman added.


The VFTCB also welcomed a brand-new mascot, Monty the Fox, who visitors see throughout events around the county. And, 100,000 room nights were booked in Montgomery County and the VFTCB saw a record 2-million pageviews on its re-launched website.


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The DoubleTree by Hilton Valley Forge is a conference center within a hotel with event space for up to 1,000 attendees that includes a ballroom that can accom- modate as many as 800 guests. The property boasts three dedicated meeting areas consisting of 24 meeting rooms and more than 24,000 square feet.


Meetings and conventions held at the Valley Forge Casino Resort combine imagination, sophistication and detailed planning. Valley Forge Casino Resort has approximately 100,000-square feet of meeting and exhibit space on-site, 485 guest rooms, catering, activities, gaming and nightlife to exceed every expectation.


Elmwood Park Zoo offers a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces for corporate events, social gatherings, fundraisers and more with opportunities to add on fun


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