Groups don’t need to break the bank to have a great time in Bucks County! Take advantage of these fun and free activities.
• Start your group tour at the Bucks County Visitor Center in Bensalem to view the Creative Bucks County exhibit, a tribute to local artists, writers and thinkers. Wander the theater and view paintings from local artists in the Visitor Center’s rotating art exhibit.
• Get outdoors! Reconnect with nature at Bucks County’s more than 7,500 acres of across 16 county and state parks.
• Attend one of the many spring, summer and fall festivals at Peddler’s Village including Strawberry Festival, Apple Festival and the village’s newest, Blueberries and Bluegrass.
• Explore the back roads of Bucks County with a Covered Bridge Driving Tour, or take a scenic drive along River Road, a stunning country road in Upper Bucks County with breathtaking views all year long.
• Make a pilgrimage to one of Bucks County’s stunning religious shrines for personal reflection.
• Window shop along the main streets in Doylestown, New Hope, Newtown and Quakertown.
Photo of New Hope Main Street (top), courtesy of Anthony Sinagoga Photography
Photo courtesy of Visit Bucks County
Photo of Frankenfield Covered Bridge, courtesy of Reflections by Ruth
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Experience the Memorial Garden Journey, "After Darkness...Light" by viewing WTC Towers remnants. reading 2,973 Names of the Victims etched in glass, then arriving at the …more »
Cross the drawbridge, enter a magical world including a castle with big twisty slide, friendly dragon, treehouse, barnyard, rocketship, downtown toddler promenade, slides, …more »
ALL AGES can enjoy nature trails, picnicking and a wildlife garden. Facilities include a visitor center housing interpretive exhibits, a gift shop and both indoor and outdoor …more »
The property consists of trails, meadows, ponds, wetlands, and streams. Located on the property is a 1936 renovated barn that serves as the visitor center, as well as an old …more »
The major attractions are boulder fields containing rocks which, when struck, ring like a bell. Bucks County's largest waterfall is also here. Picknicking is available. …more »
The best-protected Coastal Plain Forest left in the state. It is part of the 460-acre park and Silver Lake which is the terminus of the Mill Creek, Queen Anne Creek, and the …more »
A full service community library offering educational and recreational programs and events for all ages. Yearly events include our Spring Garden Tour, Renaissance Faire, and …more »