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  • Apple Festival at Peddler’s Village

    Weekend celebration of the orchard harvest in Bucks County

    Visitors pack Peddler's Village in the fall for the annual Apple Festival.

    November 1 – 2
    Apple pies, apple butter, apple cider, apple fritters, caramel apples – find these treats and more during the annual Apple Festival at Peddler’s Village.

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  • Bluegrass and Blueberries Festival
    at Peddler’s Village

    A weekend celebration of the blueberry in Bucks County

    Enjoy a family-friendly weekend of blueberries and bluegrass music at Peddler's Village.

    July is national blueberry month and Peddler’s Village is celebrating the summer fruit with a weekend of music and family fun.

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  • Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve

    A natural habitat for Pennsylvania’s native plants

     Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve

    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.

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  • Bristol Riverside Theatre

    Award-winning entertainment just off the Delaware River

    The 300-seat theater has brought some of the biggest names in theater to Bucks County.

    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.

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  • Buckingham Valley
    Vineyards & Winery

    A friendly, laid-back winery, with more than a dozen varieties

    The 40-acre vineyard at Buckingham Valley is a beautiful place for a stroll.

    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.

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  • Bucks County Audubon Society

    The nation’s only agriculturally based National Historic Landmark

    The nation’s only agriculturally based National Historic Landmark

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  • Bucks County River Country

    Tubing, canoeing, rafting and kayaking on the Delaware

    Tubing, canoeing, rafting and kayaking trips down the scenic Delaware River

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  • Christmas In Peddler’s Village

    Celebrate the holiday season at Peddler’s Village

    Good times for the whole family at Peddler's Village

    November 27 – December 28
    Visit Peddler’s Village in beautiful Bucks County to celebrate the holidays! With more than 70 specialty shops — perfect for your holiday shopping — and eight restaurants, you will love the Village’s charm and beautiful, festive decorations.

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  • Core Creek Park

    A lakeside oasis amid suburban Bucks County

    Children fly a kite in the beatific Core Creek Park.

    A lakeside oasis amid suburban Bucks County

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  • Coryell’s Ferry Historic Boat Rides

    Cruise by historic New Hope aboard a Mississippi-style riverboat

    A relaxing ride aboard this paddlewheel boat offers beautiful scenery and a boats-eye view of the Delaware River’s varied wildlife.

    Cruise by historic New Hope aboard a Mississippi-style riverboat

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  • Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia Bensalem

    Located in the heart of Bucks County

    Outside the Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia Bensalem

    Halfway between Historic Philadelphia and Sesame Place, the Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia Bensalem provides an ideal setting for family fun.

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  • Crossing Vineyard and Winery

    A family-owned vineyard dedicated to environmentally sustainable growing techniques

    Technology meets tradition at this innovative family-owned vineyard, located on a 200-year-old estate in Bucks County less than a mile from the place where George Washington famously crossed the Delaware during the Revolutionary War. Vintner Tom Carroll, Jr. is committed to using progressive and environmentally healthy growing techniques, and seeks to produce handcrafted wines which embrace the region’s soil and climate.

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  • Cycle Sports

    A bike shop with rentals in Doylestown

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  • Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor

    A 165-mile trail connecting waterways, rails and trails along a historic railroad path

    A 165-mile trail connecting waterways, rails and trails along a historic railroad path

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  • Delaware Canal State Park

    The only remaining continuously intact canal of the great towpath canal building era

    Delaware Canal State Park

    Stroll through a stretch of American history at Delaware Canal State Park, a 60-mile linear park along the Delaware River from Easton to Bristol. Once trod by mule teams pulling cargo-laden boats along the canal, the towpath is used today by people looking for exercise and recreation.

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  • Delhass Woods

    170 acres of walking trails and rare habitats

    170 acres of walking trails and rare habitats

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  • Doylestown Arts Festival

    Vendors, music and more

    Every September, along the streets of downtown Doylestown in Bucks County, exhibitors set up shop for a festival of handmade goods galore at the annual Doylestown Arts Festival.

    Every September, along the streets of downtown Doylestown in Bucks County, exhibitors set up shop for a festival of handmade goods galore at the annual Doylestown Arts Festival.

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  • First Friday Doylestown

    Celebrating the local arts and artists of Bucks County

    What’s better than a free evening of local artists and musicians at more than 40 locations in downtown Doylestown?

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  • Fonthill Castle & Museum

    Henry Mercer’s concrete castle, an American treasure

    Exterior of Fonthill Museum.

    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.

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  • From Philadelphia To Monaco:
    Grace Kelly Beyond the Icon

    Discover the life of a local princess at the James A. Michener Art Museum

    Grace Kelly in her wedding dress, la Galerie d'Hercule du Palais Princier de Monaco, April 19, 1956.

    Explore the life of a homegrown princess during the new exhibition From Philadelphia To Monaco: Grace Kelly Beyond The Icon on view at the James A. Michener Art Museum.

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  • Frosty Hollow Park and Tennis Center

    Seasonal Tennis Center with leagues, lessons, camps and tournaments

    With ten all-weather courts, the main game at this 95-acre Bucks County Department of Parks and Recreation facility is definitely tennis.

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  • Golden Plough Inn

    Country elegance and modern comforts in Bucks County

    Relax and unwind at the Golden Plough Inn.

    A boutique inn in the heart of Peddler’s Village, the Golden Plough Inn offers modern comforts in a classic Town and Country setting.

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  • Historic Fallsington

    A 300 year-old Quaker village

    A cabin at Historic Fallsington

    A 300 year-old Quaker village

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  • Historic New Hope

    Artistic village nestled beside the Delaware River

    New Hope’s history — it was here that Washington crossed the Delaware during the American Revolution — blends seamlessly with its progressive modernity.

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  • Holiday Inn Philadelphia Northeast

    Conveniently located in Philadelphia’s countryside

    Outside the Holiday Inn Philadelphia Northeast.

    The Holiday Inn Philadelphia Northeast in Bucks County is located just miles from Philadelphia.

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  • Homewood Suites Valley Forge Hotel

    Spacious all-suites hotel located near Valley Forge’s historic, shopping and meeting destinations

    Homewood Suites Valley Forge Hotel

    This award-winning, spacious, all-suite hotel is located near historic Valley Forge National Park, Valley Forge Convention Center, the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks and the King of Prussia Mall.

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  • Hortulus Farm

    One of the region’s most significant private gardens

    An 18th-century, 100-acre farm, complete with 30 acres of gardens, walks and a nursery, Hortulus Farm includes major perennial and summer borders, bircha and pine allees, important herb and vegetable gardens, and lovely meandering trails and walks.

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  • James A. Michener Art Museum

    Showcase for Pennsylvania Impressionism and other notable arts of the region

    The James A. Michener Art Museum in New Hope, PA.

    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.

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  • King George II Inn

    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.

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  • Lake Nockamixon Whitewater Release

    Whitewater rafting right here in the Delaware Valley

    Whitewater rafting, with Class 3 and 4 rapids, right here in the Delaware Valley

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