Archive for the ‘Bucks County’ Category

A new publication provides a fabulous guide to food, drinks and fun throughout Bucks County’s charming small towns. Well Seasoned, available for viewing in a digital edition here, offers a gastronomic guide to every possible delicacy and culinary delight throughout Bristol, Doylestown, Lower Bucks, Upper Bucks, Yardley and New Hope. Peruse listings and descriptions of […]

The historic nature of Bucks County inns, taverns and BnBs create the perfect conditions for spirits, ghosts, hauntings and things that go bump in the night. In fact, in this part of Pennsylvania, the paranormal is completely normal. The Bucks County Tourism Office has created a video that offers a creepy, sneak peek at many […]

Dreaming of the smell of leaves and hillsides covered in brilliant fall foliage? Then mark your calendar for leaf peeping season in beautiful Bucks County. Mid-to-late October is prime time for viewing nature as it bids farewell to summer in a blaze of glorious color. There are so many ways to enjoy it all. Drive […]

Is your glass half full, or half empty? Either way, you might want to fill ‘er up. If it’s beer you’re craving, head to Bucks County, home to numerous craft breweries and a bounty of delights for beer lovers. From IPAs to hand-pumped bitter beers, small batch brews, and cider- and pear-flavored beers, there’s something […]

Every year, Bucks County’s most talented artists and craftsmen display their talents at the Annual New Hope Arts & Crafts Festival sponsored by The Bucks County Playhouse. This year’s event takes place on September 23 and 24 at the new Hope-Solebury High School parking lot. This juried show will feature over 160 artists displaying oil […]

Ever wonder what Dragon Boat racing is all about? Head to Core Creek Park in beautiful Bucks County on September 23 and find out at the exciting Bucks County Dragon Boat Festival! This family-friendly event produced by the Bucks County Dragon Boat Association, and presented by St. Mary Medical Center, offers fun for the entire […]

August and September are great times for enjoying fruits and veggies fresh from Bucks County farm fields. Sweet corn can still be found in August, along with tomatoes, cucumbers, beans, blueberries, peaches and other favorites from the summer harvest. September brings the start of apple season, and it’s also a great time for bell peppers, […]

Loading posts...
Sort Gallery
Newsletter Input text