Travelers in search of historical delights and cultural attractions will be able to discover that Bucks County has it all. Take time to stroll through our magnificent museums, art galleries and theaters- the options are endless!
A National Historic Landmark, this park follows the 60-mile course of the Delaware Canal and provides convenient access to the bicycle/walking path.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Indian Rock Inn
An architecturally significant House Museum and National Historic Place constructed in three periods - circa 1810, 1860, 1880. An 1800 Federal-style home with additions in 1840 and 1860.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Golden Pheasant Inn
The River Road Business Alliance brands the Upper River Road area to rejuvenate the business climate along this scenic byway.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Mark Bryan Designs
Built in 1832, the historic Stover Mill is now home to the Stover Mill Gallery, open weekends 1-5 pm April through October. Exhibits change monthly.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Tinicum Park
A circa-1800 water-powered gristmilll/sawmill that produced flour, free and lumber for over 150 years. A National Historic Place. Open May-Oct or by appointment. Donations accepted.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Tohickon Valley Park