459 Old York Road
Bethlehem, PA 18018
The 1869 Luckenbach Mill, located within the Colonial Industrial Quarter was built in a few months on the foundations of the earlier 1751 Grist Mill, which was destroyed by fire in 1869. The mill ground grain into coarse and fine flour. This building functioned as a grist mill until the late 1940s when it became an automobile parts store surrounded by a junk yard.
515 Meetinghouse Road
Jenkintown, PA 19046
Cultivating the power of the arts - the Abington Art Center inspires individuals and strengthening community. Located on a historic 27 acre campus in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, Abington Art Center presents exhibitions, programs and events designed to make the visual arts a part of your world. We believe art should be engaging, approachable and, above all else, fun. At Abington Art Center, you won't just observe art. You'll touch it, feel it, create it and be a part of it. Visit our Sculpture Park and galleries featuring the work of today's artists, explore making art yourself in one of our many workshops and classes or bring your family for one of our many events such as concerts on the lawn, or coffee talks with artists.
Phone: 215-887-4882 Website MAP
215 East Richardson Avenue
Langhorne, PA 19047
The African-American Museum of Bucks County honors the legacy of the African American experience, inspiring pride in our heritage, educating about the diverse journeys of our people, sharing stories that depict our shared ancestry, thus enriching the lives of all who visit the museum
Phone: 215.760.1205 Website MAP
85 Old Dublin Pike
Doylestown, PA 18901
This magnificent Victorian mansion was built in 1927 by William and Martha Chapman. Their architect visited England to study Tudor manor houses. In 1941 at a famous Christmas Party, the Von Trapp family sang in the great hall. After Martha's death in 1960, the mansion was used as a seminary and drug rehabilitation center. After that it was vacant, vandalized, and burned, and slated for demolition. Thanks to the Heritage Conservancy this magnificent structure was saved and completely rehabilitated. Today it houses the Conservancy's offices and can be rented for special events.
Phone: 215-345-7020 Website MAP
31 N 5th Street
Allentown, PA 18101
The Allentown Art Museum was established through a grassroots effort led by the teacher, painter, and critic Walter Emerson Baum (1886-1956). Founded and incorporated during the Great Depression (1934 and 1939, respectively), the Museum served the local community for twenty years in a city-owned Federal-style house, primarily exhibiting the works of area artists.
Phone: 610.432.4333 Website MAP
3000 Parkway Blvd
Allentown, PA 18104
The Rose Garden features a beautiful array of rose and other flower varieties, in peak bloom typically in June - July. The Rose Garden is a popular park for walking, bicycling, and photography opportunities. Many couples choose to host their wedding in the Rose Garden, or take engagement or prom pictures. The 1.3 mile walking loop is a great way to exercise, and features a smaller loop with 10 Wellness Stations, designed with exercise equipment for ages 50 & older. Three pavilions and park restrooms are located off of Honochick Drive.
Phone: 610-437-7750 Website MAP
580 Meetinghouse Road
Ambler, PA 19002
The Ambler Arboretum of Temple University is an historic public garden within a respected institution of higher education. Its mission is to serve as a living laboratory that promotes love and knowledge of horticulture, understanding of the relationship between people and the environment, and awareness of both the need for and means to achieve greater environmental responsibility.
1237 State Rd
Andalusia, PA 19020
When you visit Andalusia, home for generations of one of Philadelphia's first families, you share in the hospitality enjoyed by illustrious guests for more than 150 years.Andalusia is the finest example of Greek Revival domestic architecture in the United States.
Phone: 215-245-5479 Website MAP
One Awbury Road
Philadelphia, PA 19138
Tucked away in the historic Germantown neighborhood of Northwest Philadelphia, Awbury Arboretum is a vibrant landscape with a rich history. Once the private enclave of an extended Quaker family, Awbury Arboretum has been open to the public free of charge as a public park and arboretum for nearly 100 years. Its 55-acre historic landscape now stands as a green oasis in a densely-populated urban environment. Nature, history, and community intersect at Awbury, and the Awbury Arboretum Association is committed to stewarding the relationships between these three pillars of our mission, and continuing to tell and write its story.
Phone: (215) 849-2855 Website MAP
Bucks & Montgomery Counties, PA
The natural beauty and historical significance of this region make this hot air balloon experience one of our favorites. Few areas of the country can boast of this natural outdoor beauty. Your hot air balloon ride will take you gliding over lakes, parks, covered bridges, and if the wind is coming from the right direction, a perfect flight path across the Delaware River to Stockton, New Jersey. The views from a hot air balloon ride overlooking the natural cliffs of the river are truly spectacular with Trenton and Philadelphia in the distance.
Phone: 800-763-5987 Website
Quakertown, PA 18951
These memorial gardens contain three beautiful pyramids and a rose garden commemorating those who have been cremated and have their ashes buried here. It is a place of quiet contemplation, and a beautiful memorial for the departed.
Round trip train rides between Flemington and Ringoes NJ, plus charters and special excursions, such as Santa Claus and Easter Bunny trains. The summer round trip rides are 75 minutes through scenic countryside, with a helpful and informative crew to make the excursion a real pleasure. Cost is very reasonable. Trains can be boarded at the Ringoes or Flemington (Liberty Village) stations, with full directions on the website.
Phone: 908.782.6622 Website MAP
Little Lehigh Park
Bogert's Bridge was built in 1841-42. It takes its name from the Bogert family. Peter Bogert purchased the land on which the bridge is located in 1744 as part of his farm. Settlers are said to have put stones in the Little Lehigh at that place and used it as a crossing. In the 1760s, a crude log bridge, later replaced by a wooden plank bridge, was built on the site. Today, Bogert's is the oldest covered bridge in Lehigh County and among the oldest in the country. It is open to pedestrian and bicycle traffic only.
85 Holly Drive
Levittown, PA 19055
The ancestral home of the Pemberton family is located on the Newportville-Fallsington Road in Bucks County and has been known for two hundred and ninety years as Bolton Farm. Historically and architecturally, the house is one of the most significant in Pennsylvania; nearly every one of its inhabitants since the days of William Penn has influenced the course of history in the state.
1112 River Rd
Washington Crossing, PA 18977
This grand observation tower offers an expansive view of the Delaware River area. As the seasons change, so do the colors and visual experiences change at the Tower, making returns trips enjoyable for visitors each year.
Phone: 215-493-4076 Website MAP
1635 River Rd
New Hope, PA 18938
Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve (BHWP) showcases an extraordinary diversity of plants native to Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley region. The Preserve focuses exclusively on native plants, in distinction from botanical gardens that may include natives in their collections.
Phone: 215-862-2924 Website MAP
The Bradford Dam is a 280 acre tract which Bucks County has preserved to protect the area's natural wetlands. The Dam is open to fishing and also has a maintained walking trail. The Bradford Dam area is home to a number of different bird species such as the Grasshopper Sparrow, Willow Fly Catcher, and Eastern King Bird. This unusual bird refuge is a valuable passive recreation area for Bucks County residents.
120 Radcliffe Street
Bristol, PA 19007
In 1987 on the corner of Radcliffe and Market Streets a regional theatre was born, presenting live, professional productions, bringing theatre artists from around the world to its stage. Starting with five mainstage productions a season we have now grown to nine and see no end to programs developed for children and the use of the theatre as a space for all the performing arts.
Phone: 215-785-6664 Website MAP
900 Cathedral Road
Bryn Athn, PA 19009
In the Bryn Athyn Cathedral there are no right angles or straight lines. The walls of the building are skewed against each other, bowing out in the middle only to return at the opposite wall. This subtle quality represents the unpredictable path of human growth. This spiritual principle is the very foundation of the design of this web site. We welcome you and invite you to come again.
Phone: 215-947-0266 Website MAP
500 Union Square
New Hope, PA 18938
The Bucks County Children's Museum's mission is to a fun, interactive and educational environment for children, parents and schools with exhibits that reflect Bucks County's unique history and culture.
Phone: 215.693.1290 Website MAP
30 N. Broad St
Doylestown, PA 18901
The Museum houses many artifacts related to the Civil War on subjects dealing with Doylestown, the 104th Pa. Volunteer Infantry Regiment, as well as the War in general. The articles on display are on permanent or temporary loan from area collectors and history enthusiasts. Donations are always accepted.
Phone: 215-822-1562 Website MAP
8934 Easton Road
Revere, PA 18953
The Bucks County Horse Park, part of the Bucks County Park System, is a unique facility dedicated to the preservation of natural environment for amateur equestrian pursuits. Located in Revere, Pennsylvania, we provide a variety of competitions and trail riding for all ages and disciplines of riding.
Phone: 610-847-8597 Website MAP
150 S. Pine Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
The Mission of Bucks County Free Library is to acquire and make available print and audio-visual materials to users for their enjoyment and learning. In addition, mediated information services and programs for children and adults are available through the unified system of seven libraries and four service departments.
Phone: 215-348-9082 Website MAP
70 South Main Street
New Hope, PA 18938
The Bucks County Playhouse opened in 1939 on the site of a grist mill dating from the late eighteenth. Ironically, the structure was at that time in danger of demolition, however playwright Moss Hart and the local community rallied to save the building and re-opened it as a theatrical venue. In continuous operation ever since, a veritable who's who of American theatrical royalty has trod its boards, including Kim Hunter, Helen Hayes, Kitty Carlisle, Colleen Dewhurst, Shirley Booth, Lillian Gish, June Lockhart, Grace Kelly, Robert Redford, Bert Lahr, Leslie Nielsen and Walter Matthau.
Phone: 215-315-7788 Website MAP
1469 River Road
Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972
Bucks County Riverboat Company is operated out of Keller's Landing in historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The River Otter is our 52' coast guard certified pontoon boat fully equipped to provide a memorable excursion on the wild and scenic Delaware River. Our mission is to offer outstanding and unparalleled recreational, educational, and entertainment experiences for groups of all ages and purpose.
Phone: 610-982-5252 Website MAP
1461 Schoenersville Road
Bethlehem, PA 18018
Burnside Plantation is an 18th century Moravian farm that today is a living history museum. The Plantation demonstrates farming methods between 1748 and 1848, a time of great change in agriculture. Learn what life was like on a Moravian farm and develop an understanding of early American domestic crafts and lifestyle. The site is also home to an old Native American Village.
Phone: 610-691-6055 Website MAP
4355 County Line Road
Chalfont, PA 18914
Upon entering the Christmas Gallery, you will be instantly transported to Dickens' London as you walk upon cobblestone streets, taking in the flavor of the old city. You can peer into shop windows and residences filled with Christmas displays, view a short film about the history of Byers' Choice in a theater reminiscent of Victorian England, and try on a top hat, scarf, muff or bonnet to have your picture taken on our street scene. As you enter The Olde Curiosity Shoppe, the scale of the attractions change with hundreds of Carolers on display in heartwarming Victorian wintertime settings. Here Carolers can be seen completing their Christmas shopping, skating on a frozen mill pond and acting out holiday traditions from around the world.
Phone: 215-822-0150 Website MAP
Covered Bridge Road
Plumstead Township, PA
This bridge spans Cabin Run Creek, named for the many small houses along its banks in the 1800s. It is on Covered Bridge Road in Plumstead Township, downstream from Loux Covered Bridge and near the historic Stover-Myers Mill.
Height Limit: 11 ft 10 in
Width Limit: 15 ft
Length: 82 feet
Weight Limit: 3 tons Map
707 North Route 9
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210
Cape May County Park Central is over 200 acres including the Zoo, with many forested areas maintained in their natural state. Within the park, you will find picnic areas, walking paths, bike paths, fishing ponds, picnic pavilions, disc golf course, playgrounds & more. Admission to the Park and Zoo is completely free as well as all parking for cars.
Phone: (609) 465-5271 Website MAP
591 Durham Road (Rt 413)
Wrightstown, PA 18940
Carousel Village is a great little treasure for the wee ones in your life. They have a beautiful carousel and a really cool steam train ride through their 45 acre property. You'll have a friendly conductor who will introduce you to resident animals, including miniature goats, emus, elpacas, llamas, pheasants, and turkeys! After your train ride, you can enjoy some yummy, locally sourced ice cream and the adults will enjoy a little shopping in the gift boutique. The carousel and train rides are weekends from 11-5 (weather permitting).
Phone: 215-964-1727 Website MAP
1 Plank Road
Schwenksville, PA 19473
Visitors can enjoy a children’s playground as well as vistas of the Perkiomen Creek while fishing. Picnic tables and grills are available throughout the park’s picnic grove. There is one large pavilion available by reservation for large groups. Nearby are recreational offerings of volleyball, horseshoes and restroom facilities. For special occasions, the Park’s Old Mill House is available by reservation. Visitors can walk, jog, bike or horseback ride on over 19 miles of the Perkiomen Trail winding along the Perkiomen Creek.
Phone: 610-287-6970 Website MAP