Destination

King of Prussia

Home to the best shopping in the country at King of Prussia Mall, incredible dining and nightlife, and the biggest parties in Montco, King of Prussia are great places to explore!

How to get there

Even though King of Prussia isn’t serviced by direct rail access, the Paoli/Thorndale Line, Manayunk/Norristown Line, and Norristown High Speed Line have stops not far from KOP. Commuters could take buses, cars, Uber, bikes or shuttles from these train stations to other parts of KOP. 

Bus Routes

Routes 124 and 125 - Service from Center City Philadelphia

There is also a large connection of Bus Routes at King of Prussia Mall that service the entire KOP area: 

Route 92 - Service from Exton Square Mall to King of Prussia Plaza

Route 95 - Service from Willow Grove Park Mall to Gulph Mills Station

Route 99 - Service from Phoenixville to Norristown Transportation Station

Route 123 - Service from 69th Street Transportation Center to King of Prussia Plaza

Route 139 - Service from Limerick to King of Prussia Plaza

Fare

Bus / Norristown High Speed Line:

One-way cash fare is $2.50 cash for both the Bus and Norristown High Speed Line. 

You may want to consider a  SEPTA Key Card. The SEPTA Key is a reloadable, reusable card that is available from Fare Kiosks at 69th Street Transportation Center. The SEPTA Key Travel Wallet allows you to pay as you go and you'll receive a discount for each ride ($2.00 versus the $2.50 cash fare). You must load a minimum of $10 [which will get you 5 rides]. Funds in your Travel Wallet can only be used to pay for one (1) person. It cannot be tapped multiple times to pay for anyone traveling with you. 

A SEPTA One Day Convenience Pass is good for rides on all BusesMarket-Frankford Line, Broad Street Line, and Trolleys  - including the Norristown High Speed Line. Valid for eight rides in one calendar day by one person for $9.00. It is NOT valid for travel on Regional Rail. The pass is activated upon its first presentation to a SEPTA Operator or Cashier. A One Day Convenience Pass can be loaded on a SEPTA Key Card at a Fare Kiosk, or at a  SEPTA Sales Office.

You pay for the NHSL when you enter the train. Walk through the front door of the train and make sure to tap your SEPTA Key or swipe your SEPTA Pass at the validator or fare box next to the Operator. If you have exact change, make sure to place the change into the fare box next to the Operator. 

Regional Rail:

The best and most cost-effective option is to buy your ticket ahead of time from a SEPTA Sales Office. Tickets purchased from there will cost $5.25 and $6.75 on weekdays, and between $4.25 and $5.25 on weekends.  A one-way ticket purchased from a conductor costs between $6 and $8 (depending on your zone) on weekdays and between $5.00 and $7 on weekends.

Even though King of Prussia isn’t serviced by direct rail access, the Paoli/Thorndale Line, Manayunk/Norristown Line, and Norristown High Speed Line have stops not far from KOP. Commuters could take buses, cars, Uber, bikes or shuttles from these train stations to other parts of KOP. 

Have a paper TransPass or TransPass loaded on your SEPTA Key? You're in luck! You can use your TransPass on ALL SEPTA Regional Rail Lines on weekends!

You can also purchase an Independence Pass for $13 (one person) or $30 (families). This allows you unlimited one-day travel on SEPTA Buses, the Market-Frankford Line, Broad Street LineTrolleysNorristown High Speed Line, and Regional Rail. Independence Passes can be purchased beforehand at a SEPTA Sales Office, or on-board a Regional Rail Train from your Conductor.

 

Things To Do

History and shopping are just part of the story of King of Prussia. Kid-friendly attractions, unique museums and tours, and outdoor adventure are all part of what makes this one of Montco's most popular destinations.

A world of flavor can be found in and around King of Prussia. Here you will find high-end steakhouses, mom-and-pop delis and flavors of India, Mexico, Japan, the Middle East, Italy, China and more.

King of Prussia is home to the largest concentration of hotels in Montgomery County so there is always room for you.