Delaware Valley

The Delaware Valley is a region in eastern Pennsylvania and the surrounding states of Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey that contains the Philadelphia metro area. The region is named after the Delaware River, which flows through the area.

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Sesame Place

Langhorne. 'Sesame Street' Themed Amusement Park. Park has water rides, parades, roller coasters, live shows, and Sesame characters walking around. Located across the street from the Sheraton Bucks County, and Oxford Valley Mall.

DO   —  100 Sesame Rd

About Delaware Valley

The Delaware Valley is home to the "birthplace of America," Philadelphia, PA. Sites throughout the valley hosted battles between the British and colonial Americans during the Revolutionary War and Philadelphia itself saw the writing of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States of America. Philadelphia today is the center of the region with 6.2 million people living within its boundaries. Neighboring Camden, rated the most dangerous city in America, was once an industrial center and today is revitalizing its downtown and waterfront with attractions like a concert arena and an exotic aquarium. Wilmington, DE to the south is the largest city in Delaware and is one of the most important banking cities in the United States.


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