BUCKS COUNTY & Historic Downtown Doylestown
Bucks County is rich in history and culture. It’s home to beautiful covered bridges, small towns and villages, and a relaxing countryside. Historic downtown Doylestown boasts of late Victorian and Federal style architecture, and is surrounded by some of the area’s finest restaurants, art museums, shopping, parks, and more. Visitors and residents can enjoy a stroll down Main Street to go shopping, or sit down at an outdoor restaurant or wine bar and people watch, enjoy music, and relax with family and friends.
There’s no shortage of things to do in downtown Doylestown district. The fabulous Michener Museum, houses some of the finest local and well-known artwork and masterpieces. There’s also the Bucks County Theater, which features independent movies, and the Mercer Musuem and Fonthill Castle.
Just a short drive away you’ll find the quaint towns and villages of historic New Hope, Bristol, Perkasie, Sellersville, Chalfont, Quakertown, and many others.
For outdoor recreation, there are many state, county, and local parks as well as the beautiful Delaware River. Our visitors can enjoy canoeing, rafting, sailing, kayaking, hiking, camping, horseback riding, rock climbing, fishing, hunting, swimming, ballooning, and cross country skiing.
Bucks County is an ideal destination for a romantic getaway, with its variety of Bed & Breakfast Inns, and hotels. Hundreds of quality restaurants of all kinds abound. And there are wineries, theaters, covered bridges, and quiet rides through some of the most beautiful countryside in the USA.