Preserving Upper Merion's Past To Enlighten Its Future

Book is back!

Upper Merion Township: The First 300 Years is available for purchase.  $35 plus $5 shipping and handling.  Order a copy at info@kophistory.org or purchase at the Historical Society's booth during Upper Merion Community Day on September 6th.

The mission of the King of Prussia Historical Society is to preserve and interpret the history of Upper Merion Township as relevant to its various neighborhoods of Gulph Mills, Gypsy Hills, Croton Woods, King of Prussia, Valley Forge, Abrams, Belmont, Town Center, Swedesburg, King Manor, Henderson, and Swedeland, as well as the areas of Rebel Hill, Port Kennedy, and Hughes Park. The Society’s goal is to stimulate public interest and to support the township’s heritage through educational programs and public events focusing on preserving the past and shaping the future.