Take a 5-minute walk to one of Buck’s County’s premier attractions, Peddler’s Village - a village set on 45 acres with charming colonial-style buildings, award-winning gardens, distinctive shopping with 60+ boutiques, dining, and lodging at the Golden Plough Inn. Check out their schedule of festivals & events.
Stroll shops and restaurants in and around Doylestown - one of the best places to live in Pennsylvania!
A family favorite for a Saturday morning into the early afternoon! Brown Bros has 3-4 live auctions weekly featuring jewelry, books, artwork, coins, collectibles, antiques, and more. Check www.brownbrosauction.com for details.
Earl’s New American pairs the rustic charm and romance of a Bucks County farmhouse with contemporary cuisine. Be sure to try the lobster dumplings! Seasonal outdoor seating is available.
The Buttonwood Grill has one of the best hamburgers in the area! Seasonal outdoor seating is available.
Enter a warm and welcoming atmosphere at The Cock ‘n Bull, the flagship restaurant of Peddler’s Village. Here you’ll find expertly crafted cocktails, house-baked desserts, and comfort food favorites.
Located in the lobby of the Cock ‘n Bull, the Red Fox Lounge is a great spot for pre-meal drinks and small bites. This charming spot is extra cozy during the colder months with its large wood-burning fireplace.
Serving up pub fare and cozy ambiance, Hart’s Tavern is a favorite among locals and visitors alike.
This former home of archaeologist and tile maker Henry Chapman Mercer features 44 rooms and over 200 windows.
Adjacent to Fonthill Castle, the Tile Works museum was originally built by Henry Mercer, the leading artistic tile maker in the American Arts and Crafts Movement. Book a tour to see the tiles being made using Mercer’s historic methods. The tile on the floor of the powder room at The Inn at Fox Briar Farm features original tile from the Tile Works.
Built to house Henry Mercer’s extensive collection of objects representing everyday life in the pre-industrial age, this castle features more than 40,000 early American artifacts.
Explore a rich collection of Impressionist works and special exhibits. The Michener Museum also offers a variety of programs including art classes, workshops, tours, concerts, and films.
Take a hike or bike ride through the Delaware Canal State Park, which offers scenic views of the Delaware River and the canal that was once used to transport coal and other goods.
Take a 15-minute drive down the beautiful Aquetong Road to check out Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve to see the natural beauty of the area! Afterward, you could continue on down to visit Washington Crossing Historic Park, where General George Washington crossed the Delaware River in 1776 during the Revolutionary War.
Enjoy the charm of Cuttalossa Farm - one of the most photographed locations in the area and once home of the renowned painter, Daniel Garber. The towering sycamores and hemlocks are flanked by winding hillsides and rhododendrons with a gentle flowing stream.
This 128-acre site contains rocks that resonate like a bell when struck. Ralph Stover State is also nearby and features Bucks County’s largest waterfall.