Countless attractions await to delight you in Bucks County! Amble through historic Bucks County towns and experience old fashioned festivals. Tour our wineries and covered bridges. There's a new experience around every turn of our winding roads in Bucks County.
Hot Air balloon rides are the best way to see Bucks County. Create a lifetime memory. Give the "Ultimate Gift" for any occasion.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Peddler's Village
An association of Bucks County wineries working together to promote Bucks County as one of the premier grape-growing and wine making areas of the USA.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Golden Pheasant Inn
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Sesame Place
Tasting, tours, gifts. CVW is located on a 200 year-old estate, the perfect venue for weddings, parties and corporate events. Open daily, 12 noon to 6 pm.
A 300-year-old Bucks County village. Guided tour includes history and architecture of three original buildings.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Pennsbury Manor
Guided tours of the Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning author's circa 1825 farmhouse and intact collection on a picturesque 68-acre estate. Seasonal special exhibits.Â
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Mood's Covered Bridge
William Penn’s 17th Century country estate along the Delaware River. This reconstructed 43-acre plantation features manor house, outbuildings, livestock, gardens and exhibit.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Historic Morrisville Society - Summerseat Bldg.
Nonprofit "Main Street" program revitalizing downtown Quakertown. Charming historic downtown with unique mixes of shops, dining and vibrant antiques.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Nockamixon State Park
Nation’s only theme park based on the show Sesame Street®. Where parents and children can share the spirit of imagination and experience Sesame Street together.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Holiday Inn Express Langhorne
Where FUN is always in season! Produce farm. Family festivals include "Sunday Fundays", PumpkinFest, HorrorFest, Cruise Night, Wine Concerts and our famous Holiday Light Show.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Schofield Ford Covered Bridge
Site where, Christmas Night, 1776, Washington crossed the Delaware River. Includes village of Taylorsville, Thompson-Neely House, Bowman's Hill Tower and Revolutionary soldiers' graves.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Bucks County Cottage on the Delaware
The observance will include the reading of the names of the eighteen Bucks County victims along with the ringing of the bell by the Yardley Makefield Fire Company.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Five Mile Woods
Join us for the 15th Annual Spring Art Show featuring recent works by Steven Snyder. Available are stone sculptures, fountains, bird baths, water tables and benches.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Ghost Tours of New Hope
Experience the magic of millions of lights illuminating acres of farmland in the comfort of your own car or enjoy the show on a moonlit hayride.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Temperance House (The)
Santa arrives in a parade on Saturday to kick off weekend visits with the children through December 23rd. Hot mulled cider, toasted marshmallows are seasonal favorites.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Casa Casale
A showplace for the magnificent antique and classic automobiles that compete. So to ensure your place on the field, be sure to register early.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Logan Inn Restaurant
Come enjoy various peach treats throughout the Village while taking advantage of sizzling savings in every shop. Enjoy musical entertainment throughout the weekend.
Shop from more than 140 vendors, sample wine and spirits from around the world, and see floral and garden experts in their glory.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> National Museum of American Jewish History
Live entertainment and pumpkin pie eating contests both days. Stroll among the many colorful scarecrows on display throughout the village.
Enjoy a wide variety of strawberry treats and take home a pint of fresh strawberries! Live entertainment, strawberry pie-eating contests and talented artisans.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Golden Plough Inn