You say you love fall foliage? Imagine floating above it in a hot air balloon ride over beautiful Bucks County! The U.S. Hot Air Balloon team has been flying in the local area and worldwide for over three decades and they’re ready to get you airborne. Enjoy the quiet thrill of gliding effortlessly above scenic […]
Nothing beats a classic country fair for that feeling of simpler times and days gone by. At the Middletown Grange Fair, you can immerse the family in many delights.
Did you know that triathlon is one of the nation’s fastest growing sports? If you live in Bucks County – or you’re considering a move here – there’s a great opportunity coming up to try your first triathlon, or just watch the action.
Remember how Johnny Appleseed travelled the country tossing apple seeds along the way? You and the kids can do something similar on a ride aboard the Wildflower Express, a special excursion on the new New Hope & Ivyland Railroad.
Independence Day in Bucks County is a lot more than just fireworks.
Enjoying nature in all its beauty is easy when you live in Bucks County. In Plumstead Township, home to Owl’s Nest Farm, providing opportunities for walking, hiking and biking are high on the list of priorities. In fact, the township has a Master Plan for Trails (PDF) that envisions close to 50 miles of pathways […]
Covered bridges are a wonderful reminder of life in years gone by. Bucks County has 12 of these beautiful structures, most situated off the beaten path, and many on the National Register of Historic Places.
Love the charm and eclectic fun of a small town? Then you’ll love Bucks County – where three of our state’s most enjoyable burgs are located. That’s according to The Crazy Tourist web ranking of the Best Small Towns in Pennsylvania.
The Easter Bunny is hiding eggs in Plumstead Township, right now! So, mark your calendars for April 9 when kids ages 0 – 10 can scour the fields, turn over every rock, beat the bushes and use their eagle eyes to spot these colorful little orbs filled with candy and prizes. It’s the annual Plumstead […]
Doylestown’s Aldie Mansion is the kind of place that will have you looking up, down and all around. This English Tudor manor, built in 1927 as the private residence of William and Martha Mercer, is a classic example of American craftsmanship as an art form. That art is all around in the shape of gargoyles, […]