Relax, Rejuvenate, Retreat
Mental health days are great ways to reduce stress, improve productivity and unwind. You deserve to take a step back from your daily routine and refresh and revitalize your mind and body. Your mental health day prescription includes laughter, tea, physical exercise and more. Bucks County is the perfect place for all of these relaxing activities.
Laughter Is The Best Medicine
Laugh up a storm at one of Bucks County's great comedy clubs! Enjoy some great food and jokes at The Comedy Works Bristol, Comedy Cabaret at Murphy's or Comedy Cabaret at Poco's. You can also check out The Bucks County Cabaret at the Rodeway Inn & Suites in New Hope.
The Great Outdoors
Bucks County is home to some of the most scenic and picturesque destinations in the country. Whether you're looking for outdoor activities such as tubing down the Delaware River with Bucks County River Country or a nice peaceful walk in Washington Crossing Historic Park, Bucks County has it all. Some other great places to enjoy the great outdoors are Peace Valley Lavender Farm, Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, a balloon ride by the US Air Balloon Team or a walk through Core Creek Park.
Food Is The Key To The Heart
Food may be the key to the hearts of many, but it is also the key to health and wellness. Bucks County is home to restaurants that offer clean-eating options, use locally sources ingredients and create beautiful and nutritious meals. If you're looking for sit-down dining locations, check out Sprig & Vine, Genevieve's Kitchen, Blue Sage Vegetarian Grille. For fresh produce, one of Bucks County's various farmers markets is sure to hit the spot! If you're looking for healthy smoothies, Planet Smoothie, Doc Bakers Farmulations and Greenstraw Smoothies have tons of flavors and options.
Namaste In Bed
Rest and relaxation time is a surefire way to help revitalize your mind and body. If you're looking to get away for a little bit, Bucks County has some quaint B&Bs that will give you peace of mind and help you sleep like a baby. Some great stay-over options are The Inn at Bowman's Hill, Ash Mill Farm and Golden Pheasant Inn. If you're looking to find peace of mind through meditation and yoga, check out Dragonfly Yoga Studio & Massage Therapy, The TreeHouse by Cornerstone or The Prancing Peacock Yoga + Wellness Center.
A Cuppa Day Keeps The Doctor Away
Whether you're looking to start your day on the right foot, boost your energy during that mid-afternoon slump or just to warm up from the inside-out, a hot cup of tea or coffee is a great way to celebrate a mental health day! For a steaming cup of tea and tea accessories, check out The Talking Tea Cup or Let's Steep, located in Peddler's Village. For a fresh brewed cup of coffee, check out Calm Waters Coffee Roasters, The Zen Den and Langhorne Coffee House.
Keep Calm And Read A Book
One of the best ways to spend the day is curled up with a new book and a blanket. If you're looking for a quaint bookshop, check out The Doylestown Bookshop, Farley’s Bookshop, Lion Around Books or Newtown Book & Record Exchange. Another option is to check out some of the unique libraries located in Bucks County such as The Village Library of Wrightstown, The Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library or the David Library of the American Revolution.
Bucks County is home to many eclectic shops where you can find anything from clothing to antiques. One of the major shopping locations in the county is Peddler's Village. Some of the unique stores you can browse are The Jewelry Nest and Skip's Candy Corner. Other great locations are the Main Street Marketplace in Doylestown and The Shops at Valley Square in Warrington.
Oh The Place You'll Go
A great way to reset your mind and immerse yourself in the now is to go for a drive. Let the history of Bucks County guide you and lead you to beautiful destinations located around the county. Follow the Covered Bridge driving tour and explore the 12 bridges that are still standing today, including Frankenfield Covered Bridge and Cabin Run Covered Bridge. You can also experience Barn Voyage! created by The Heritage Conservancy, which is a self-guided driving tour is historic Bucks County barns.