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Follow Your Heart To Bucks
Few places have the character, allure and ability to withstand the test of time as adeptly as Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Tucked neatly within Philadelphia’s Countryside amidst rolling hillsides, working farms and picturesque old-time towns, Bucks County is marked by a particularly inviting countryside.
Be it a weekend getaway or a week-long excursion, Bucks County maintains an allure that is sure to enchant you. No matter whether you're in search of historical delights, wonderful accommodations, magnificent museums or enjoyable shops, you will find that Bucks County offers it all.
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Towns of Bucks County
From public gardens, arboreta and miles of open space to acres of grape vines and specialty shops, explore 15 Towns of the Philadelphia Countryside in our new interactive guide. Discover three charming towns in Bucks County, below.
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Don’t miss these hotspots
- Peddler’s Village Peach Festival
and Sidewalk Sale
- Golden Plough Inn
- Bluegrass and Blueberries Festival
at Peddler’s Village
- Silver Lake Nature Center
- The Raven
- Peace Valley Lavender Farm
- Buckingham Valley
Vineyards & Winery
- Moravian Pottery and Tile Works
- King George II Inn
- Bristol Riverside Theatre
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- Peddler’s Village Peach Festival
- Morgan’s Pier Hosts A Traditional Summer Luau This Thursday, August 21 With An All-You-Can-Eat Menu, Umbrella Drinks And More
- The Essence Of Entertainment Summer Concert Series Continues At The Dell Music Center On Thursdays, August 21 And 28
- Bon Appétit Magazine Names Philadelphia’s High Street On Market The #2 Best New Restaurant In America
- Every Sunday Is Now Ramen Sunday At Chef Hiroyuki Tanaka’s CoZara At Chestnut Square In University City
- Save The Date: The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll Returns To West Philly With $1 Food And Drink Deals On Thursday, September 18
- Twilight In The Gardens Brings Live Music, Crafts, Tours And BYOB Fun To Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, This Friday, August 22
- Save The Date For The Return Of Street Fare: Sip, Savor, Stroll Street Food Festival In Mt. Airy, Thursday, September 18
- Head To Spruce Street Harbor Park This Thursday, August 21 For The Last Free Concert At The Pop-Up This Summer
- The Annual BBQ At The Ballpark Returns With Eats From Sweet Lucy’s, Local Beer, Games And More, This Saturday, August 23
- Now Open: Art Bar At The Sonesta Philadelphia Hotel Pours Cocktails And Shows Exhibits Curated By The Center for Emerging Visual Artists
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Showcase for Pennsylvania Impressionism and other notable arts of the region
In the heart of Bucks County, the Michener Art Museum houses the finest collection anywhere of Pennsylvania Impressionist painters. Edward Redfield, Fern Coppedge, Daniel Garber and other artists of the Bucks County school are well represented — including Garber’s magnificent mural, A Wooded Watershed, rescued and placed here.
A natural habitat for Pennsylvania’s native plants
Bring your binoculars with you to Bowman’s, a hilltop preserve where more than 1,000 species of native perennial woodland wildflowers, trees, shrubs and ferns draw an array of birds. Take the seasonal bloom guide as you follow the trails that link woodland, meadow and dry upland habitats — the grounds beautifully showcase the wondrous diversity of plants native to Pennsylvania in a 100-acre natural landscape.
The largest lake in Southeastern Pennsylvania, accompanied by a 5,283-acre park
Offering more than 1,450 acres and four public launching areas, Lake Nockamixon is a popular spot for boating of all kinds, including catamarans and windsurfers. Anglers also enjoy this warm, expansive water lake, which is stocked with a variety of species.
Nation’s only theme park based entirely on the award-winning television show, Sesame Street®
Visitors will love the park’s newest addition – Cookie’s Monster Land! This colorful and imaginative new land features five exciting rides, a three-story net climb and a soft play area for toddlers.
Charming countryside village just one hour from Philadelphia
Peddler’s Village offers small town, colonial charm just one hour from Center City Philadelphia. Explore 65 independently owned and operated specialty shops, six restaurants, a 71-room inn, family-friendly attractions and exciting annual events.
Where Washington made his famous trip across the Delaware
See the spot where the General George Washington’s boats quietly took the soldiers to the battles of Trenton and Princeton
One of the largest and most impressive gaming facilities in Pennsylvania
Conveniently located 20 minutes north of center city Philadelphia, Parx Casino™ in Bensalem is a 260,000 square foot gaming and entertainment destination. Parx Casino™ features over 160,000 square feet of some gaming, offering a little something for everyone. When hunger strikes, there are also several delicious and affordable dining and entertainment options including: Parx Grill, an upscale signature steakhouse, or Philly favorite Chickie’s & Pete’s®.
A castle filled with pre-industrial tools and artifacts
This towering castle, an imposing landmark in otherwise low-rise Doylestown, shelters a museum where the mundane becomes fascinating. Each themed room winding up the castle stairs has dramatic displays of tools, folk art and articles used in everyday life in early America — before mechanization.
Henry Mercer’s concrete castle, an American treasure
Harvard-educated Henry Chapman Mercer built his storybook stone mansion with its turrets and balconies from the inside out, without using blueprints. Modeled after a 13th-century Rhenish castle, it has Gothic doorways, 32 sudden stairways, dead ends, and 44 rooms, each in a different shape.
Strawberries as far as the eye can see
Celebrate spring at Peddler’s Village’s celebrated Strawberry Festival, where festive foods, children’s activities, pie-eating contests and a lively lineup of family entertainment are just some of the weekend’s exciting attractions.
Weekend celebration dedicated to delicious peaches and fantastic savings
August is National Peach Month, so Peddler’s Village is celebrating with a weekend festival devoted to the sweet, juicy fruit.View More
Country elegance and modern comforts in Bucks County
A boutique inn in the heart of Peddler’s Village, the Golden Plough Inn offers modern comforts in a classic Town and Country setting.View More
A weekend celebration of the blueberry in Bucks County
July is national blueberry month and Peddler’s Village is celebrating the summer fruit with a weekend of music and family fun.View More
235 acres for kayaking, bird walks, pond tours and seasonal festivals
Silver Lake Nature Center features a butterfly garden, lakes, marshes, meadows, a bog and 4.5 miles of nature trails that highlight the diverse plant and animal life in the area.View More
Risque pool bar meets country elegance
Visiting New Hope in the summer time can prove delightful for many reasons — among them, the boys in swimsuits at The Raven. If you’re looking to take a dip to get out of the city heat or just relax in the sun, do it at the top gay resort around.View More
Pick your own lavender — or pick up lavender home goods
Those who imagine themselves to be dwelling carefree amidst the gentle hills of Provence can pick their own lavender, in season.View More
A friendly, laid-back winery, with more than a dozen varieties
This family-run winery has been making and selling great wines for nearly 50 years. (They’re up to more than two-dozen varieties now.) The atmosphere is welcoming as well: Picnic tables, spacious lawns and live music pepper the grounds on special occasions, and the 40-acre vineyard is a beautiful place for a stroll.View More
A “working history” museum that preserves fading methods of production
Handmade tiles are still produced at the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works in a manner similar to that developed by the pottery’s founder and builder, Henry Chapman Mercer, and reproductions are done using Mercer’s original molds and clay that’s obtained locally.View More
The oldest continuously operated inn in America
The historic King George II Inn dates way back to 1681 and has welcomed notable guests such as Gregory Peck, Katherine Hepburn and even George Washington.View More
Award-winning entertainment just off the Delaware River
Since 1986, Bristol Riverside Theatre, Bucks County’s premier professional regional theater, has provided award-winning entertainment, including dramas, comedies, musicals and world premieres.
Housed in a renovated movie house, the 300-seat theater has brought some of the biggest names in theater to Bucks County, including Gregory Peck, Micki Grant and Adrian Pasdar.View More