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extras such as animal feedings, zoo tours, and animal encounters, and a Treetop Adventure zipline and ropes course.


Canopy Gardens Hall is the venue's pre- mier indoor, climate controlled venue with seating for up to 150 guests, complete with a dance floor and room for catering services. The hall features fully retractable floor-to-ceiling window doors along the garden side of the pavilion, a full stone accent wall, and wood-accented flooring and ceilings that make for a lodge-like feel. Outside there is a covered pavilion perfect for picnics and company outings of up to 160 guests, while Olivia’s Eagle Canyon Observation Deck is well suited to accommodate cocktail receptions and presentations with majestic bald eagles as the backdrop. Trail of the Jaguar is the zoo's newest attraction, a state-of-the-art exhibit immersing guests into the habitat of these big cats. The entire zoo is avail- able to rent for private after-hours events, and all exhibits remain open exclusively for the group.


The American Treasure Tour is an all- indoor massive collection of Americana, from antiques to kitsch to pop culture. Truly a unique destination, it offers an unforgettable experience that immerses groups from 30 to 300 in a world filled with classic automobiles, automatic music machines (band organs and nick- elodeons), art dolls, electric animations, advertisements, movie memorabilia, and much more.


Maggiano's Little Italy at King of Prussia Mall offers scratch-made Italian food just like Nonna used to make. Serving brunch, lunch or dinner, guests can enjoy the rich flavors of Little Italy or enjoy a quick antipasti and glass of wine. Private dining space is available. In addition, Maggiano’s recently created an all-weather event space on their terrace.


Montgomery County also saw the grand opening of Founding Farmers to King of Prussia Town Center. Owned by more


Corporate Retreats Just Got More Stimulating


The highly anticipated grand opening of Normandy Farm’s Bluestone Fine Art Gallery has arrived.


Conference guests now can experience active breaks featuring art tours that stimulate the mind for a more productive day of strategy and business planning.


Normandy Farm


20 works of contemporary art from local artists who have achieved national recognition Multi-million dollar renovation, including upgrades to the hotel rooms, main lobby, meeting space and connected golf course at sister property, Blue Bell Country Club. Interactive and experiential team building activities IACC Certified Conference Center Award winning cuisine at "the farmer's daughter" Restaurant


Contact us today for equally stimulating reduced grand re-opening rates: 1401 Morris Road, Blue Bell PA, 19422


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