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On your way to Bucks County and still aren't sure what to do? Visit Bucks County has two convenient Visitor Center locations to better help you plan your getaway to the Philadelphia country. Our staff of 25 visitor information specialists can help guide you to the best in Bucks County lodging, dining, shopping and attractions. Take a few minutes to stretch your legs and talk to our friendly staff. You'll be glad you did!
• Located on Street Road in Bensalem, just in front of PARX Casino & Racing, the Bucks County Visitor Center in Bensalem serves as the main hub for Visit Bucks County. In addition to partner brochures, maps and helpful guides, the 20,000 square foot center houses a permanent exhibit, "Creative Bucks County: A Celebration of Art and Artists," a rotating art exhibit in the theater, a Selma Burke sculpture, a Moravian Pottery & Tile Works Fireplace and a gift shop full of Bucks County-made merchandise. The Visitor Center also hosts a variety of events throughout the year including the annual TreeFest and the Bucks County Quilt Showcase.
• Recently renovated, the Bucks County Visitor Center in Quakertown serves as the northern gateway to Bucks County. Located just off of Rt. 309 in the historic downtown area, the Visitor Center shares space in a historic 19th century barn with the Upper Bucks Chamber of Commerce. Visitors can take a short trip through Quakertown history while there as the building also houses a glass-enclosed display highlighting historic artifacts documenting 150 years of industry and commerce in Upper Bucks County.
Don't forget, you can always call 215-639-0300 or 1-800-836-BUCKs or contact any of our staff members for more information on Bucks County.