VisitBucksPA Manager: This beautifully restored 19th c. stone church is transformed into an upscale Creole restaurant in New Hope. 50-ft ceilings, stained glass windows, a towering Renaissance style mural mesmerize diners
VisitBucksPA Manager: Climb aboard as 1920s vintage passenger coaches & authentic steam locomotives take you through its scenic countryside. Travel the same route that was filmed in the 1914 movie Perils of Pauline.
VisitBucksPA Manager: Travel along the windy Delaware River to reach this 2-story castle-like winery run by two brothers with a dream. Try their Riesling then head upstairs to view art, offering 15-mile breathtaking views
VisitBucksPA Manager: William Penn, the founder and first governor of Pennsylvania, lived on this reconstructed homestead. Get hands-on with colonial tools, crafts, and experience 17th-century daily life.
VisitBucksPA Manager: Have you discovered this scientific mystery? This 128 acre park is a field of bolders with unusual property. When rocks are struck with a hammer, they produce a high-pitch ringing noise.
VisitBucksPA Manager: The oldest continuously running inn in Bucks County was established in 1727. The Logan Inn offers a restaurant & 16 colonial style rooms-said to be home to four ghosts. Check into Room 6 if you dare!
VisitBucksPA Manager: It's Christmas all year round! Byers' Choice, home of the Carolers®, is one of the largest producers of Christmas decor in the United States. Watch artisans bring the figurines to life with tours.
VisitBucksPA Manager: Enjoy tubing, rafting, canoeing or kayaking? Then you need to head the “Tubing Capital of the World” at Bucks County River County. After you take a dip, grab lunch at the Riverside Cafe serving BBQ.
VisitBucksPA Manager: This elegant bed & breakfast faces Washington Crossing Historic Park and is just minutes away from the quaint shopping, dining, and entertainment of New Hope or Peddler's Village.
VisitBucksPA Manager: Get a group together and charter a cruise on the Bucks County Riverboat. Enjoy food and drinks on board The River Otter as you admire the beauty of Bucks County from the Delaware River.
VisitBucksPA Manager: Agri-tourism at its best! Find home-grown produce, local organic meats, hormone-free milk in glass bottles, raw milk & more! Visit their annual events; PumpkinFest, HorrorFest & Holiday Light Show
Route 202 and Street Rd (Peddler's Village), Lahaska, PA
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VisitBucksPA Manager: Experience meals prepared with the finest ingredients that are grown on local farms in Bucks County. Erol's has a great atmosphere appealing to couples or families. Kids love the Etch A Sketch® menu!
VisitBucksPA Manager: Learn about the life of author, activist, and humanitarian Pearl S. Buck by visiting her 68-acre estate! Grounds include a stone farm house with beautiful gardens, greenhouses and a Welcome Center.
VisitBucksPA Manager: A one-square mile town peppered with quaint bed & breakfasts from upscale to country rustic. This eclectic town is packed with history, culture, art galleries, restaurants, antique & vintage shops.
VisitBucksPA Manager: Formerly the home of Pulitzer prize winning playwright George Kaufman, this upscale B&B dates back to 1740 and is nestled among 100 acres of preserved Bucks County farmland. Spa & restaurant on-site.
VisitBucksPA Manager: The Black Bass offers a variety of menu options with a breathtaking view of the river. Not ready to leave after dinner? Spend the night in one of the eight beautiful suites at the hotel.