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  • Longwood Gardens

    One of the world’s premier horticultural display gardens

    Spring at Longwood Gardens.

    When you’re at Longwood Gardens, it’s easy to imagine that you’re at a giant, royal garden in Europe. Stroll along the many paths through acres of exquisitely maintained grounds featuring 11,000 different types of plants.

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  • Longwood Gardens Christmas

    Dazzling lights highlight this incredible holiday celebration

    No holiday is complete without a visit to Longwood Gardens, where more than 400,000 twinkling lights and spectacular fountain shows compose a brilliant wonderland your family is sure to love.

    Open through January 11
    No holiday is complete without a visit to Longwood Gardens, where more than 500,000 twinkling lights and spectacular fountain shows compose a brilliant wonderland your family is sure to love.

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  • Lorimer Park

    A 230-acre haven for wildlife amid suburban Abington Township

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  • Mainstream Outfitters

    Full or half-day guided fishing trips

    Get the most out of your fishing trip with a little help from experienced guides. Whether it’s trout or bass, salt or freshwater, Mainstream Outfitters can help you find your fish with one of their guided fishing trips.

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  • Mariton Wildlife Sanctuary

    A 200-acre forested nature preserve on the banks of the Delaware River

    Antonio and Mary Guererro established the Mariton Wildlife Sanctuary and Wilderness Trust in 1969.

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  • Marsh Creek State Park

    A 1,700-acre park in the rolling hills of northern Chester County

    Marsh Creek State Park

    A 1700-acre park in the rolling hills of northern Chester County

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  • Mason Dixon Trail

    A 193-mile link from the Brandywine Trail to the Appalachian Trail

    Follow the trail along the line that famously separated the northern states from the southern states in the 19th Century.

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  • Mercer Museum

    A castle filled with pre-industrial tools and artifacts

    The Mercer Museum, Doylestown, PA.

    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.

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  • Mill at Anselma

    Operating grist mill with three centuries of rich agricultural and industrial history

    Get a genuine taste of the past at this operating grist mill.

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  • Miss Riddle’s Candy Shop

    Skippack’s favorite candy shop offers chocolate, candy, gelato and more

    Offering a large selection of fine chocolates, candy and gelato, the store -- housed in a colorful storefront -- is wall-to-wall sweets.

    A family-owned specialty candy store, Miss Riddle’s Candy Shop can be found right in the heart of Skippack. Offering a large selection of fine chocolates, candy and gelato, the store — housed in a colorful storefront — is wall-to-wall sweets.

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  • Moravian Pottery and Tile Works

    A “working history” museum that preserves fading methods of production

    The Moravian Pottery and Tile Works has been designated a National Historic Landmark.

    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.

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  • Mt. Cuba Center

    Fostering an appreciation for the plants of the Appalachian Piedmont

    The gardens at Mt. Cuba, a 630-acre non-profit center in the rolling hills of northern Delaware, are a delight of color and scent.

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  • Museum of Mourning Art

    A cemetery uncovers the history and culture of grief

    Hearse by Sayers & Scoville, on display at the Museum

    Housed in a modern building modeled after Mount Vernon, the museum shows us how people have coped with death through the ages.

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  • Natural Lands Trust

    A non-profit land conservation organization

    The grounds of the Stroud Water Research Center.

    A non-profit land conservation organization, caring for natural areas throughout the Greater Philadelphia region

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  • Neshaminy State Park

    A tidal estuary along the banks of Neshaminy Creek more than 100 miles upriver from the Delaware Bay

    Neshaminy has both wooded trails and a paved drive for hiking, running and walking.

    A tidal estuary along the banks of Neshaminy Creek, more than 100 miles upriver from the Delaware Bay

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  • New Hope and Ivyland Railroad

    Narrated train rides through Bucks County

    New Hope and Ivyland Railroad takes you through through 35 miles of scenic countryside in beautiful Bucks County.

    Ride through 35 miles of scenic countryside in beautiful Bucks County, replete with flowing streams, rock cuts and the awesome Rushland Trestle which towers over the Neshaminy Creek.

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  • New Hope Celebrates Pride Week

    Head “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” to Bucks County

    The New Hope Celebrates Pride Parade.

    May 10-17
    New Hope’s annual gay pride celebration is a a weekend full of activities and special events.

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  • New Hope Cyclery

    A bike shop serving historic New Hope

    The New Hope Cyclery is right on the edge of the charming downtown village of New Hope and about half a mile away from the Delaware Canal Path. At this bike shop you rent hybrid and comfort bikes by the day, weekend or week.

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  • Nockamixon State Park

    The largest lake in Southeastern Pennsylvania, accompanied by a 5,283-acre park

    Lake Nockamixon State 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.

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  • Norristown Farm Park

    Wildlife, a working farm and breathtaking natural scenery

    Wildlife, a working farm and breathtaking natural scenery

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  • Northbrook Canoe Company

    Kayaking, canoeing and tubing along the scenic Brandywine River

    Northbrook Canoe Company

    Northbrook Canoe Company offers kayaking, canoeing and tubing along the scenic Brandywine River in Chester County, Pennsylvania, about an hour southwest of Philadelphia.

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  • Nottingham Barrens

    Part of the largest occurrence of serpentine barrens in the United States.

    Located on the chain of barrens that follows the Pennsylvania and Maryland border known as the state line serpentine barrens, this 630-acre park is home to a rich display of rare plants and animals.

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  • Paradocx Vineyard

    Unique wines made from homegrown grapes

    Paradocx Vineyard, which offers more than two-dozen wines, is nestled among the rolling hills of southern Chester County.

    Nestled among the rolling hills of southern Chester County, Paradocx Vineyard offers more than two-dozen wines, and is one of the only ones in the state to sell wine by the can. Committed to sustainable practices, the winery has launched two community-supported agriculture programs that encourage members to share produce and equipment.

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  • Paramour

    Located in the iconic Wayne Hotel

    Without a doubt, Paramour's Veranda area boasts the Main Line’s premier al fresco dining experience.

    Paramour features seasonally inspired modern American cuisine in a setting that combines distinctive classical architecture with elegant contemporary furnishings.

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  • Parx Casino

    One of the largest and most impressive gaming facilities in Pennsylvania

    Outside Parx Casino in Bensalem

    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®.

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  • Peace Valley Lavender Farm

    Pick your own lavender — or pick up lavender home goods

    Six different types of lavender are available at Peace Valley Lavender Farm.

    It’s all about lavender at the Peace Valley Lavender Farm. Visitors are invited to pick their own lavender to bring home along with lavender goodies from the gift shop. The six different types of the plants are available for about $1 per ounce.

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  • Peace Valley Park

    Lake Galena, at 365 acres, is a favorite recreational spot

    Bring a picnic for a lakeside lunch, or paddle out onto the glassy waters of Lake Galena and hook a bass, walleye, catfish, bluegill or carp.

    Fourteen miles of trails are just one of the many outdoor activities that Peace Valley Park has to offer. Bring a picnic for a lakeside lunch, or paddle out onto Lake Galena and hook a bass, walleye, catfish, bluegill or carp. The bird blind at the Peace Valley Nature Center next door offers quiet observation of cardinals, woodpeckers, finches, titmice, sparrows and more.

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  • Peddler’s Village

    Charming countryside village just one hour from Philadelphia

    Peddler's Village

    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.

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  • Peddler’s Village Peach Festival
    and Sidewalk Sale

    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.

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  • Pennsbury Manor

    Explore the life and legacy of William Penn

    Follow in the footsteps of Pennsylvania’s founder and visionary of Philadelphia, William Penn, at Pennsbury Manor.

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