BUCKS COUNTY, PA (October 1, 2022) – Visit Bucks County has partnered with the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County to curate works of art for the Bucks County Wine & Art Trail.

Beginning October 1, wine and art lovers can get a free mobile passport at VisitBucksCounty.com/WineandArtTrail. After checking in at 3 or more participating wineries along the Wine & Art Trail, participants will receive a FREE set of limited-edition Bucks County fine art notecards featuring works of art created at wineries along the Wine & Art Trail this past spring and summer. Participants will also be entered to win one of the outdoor art reproductions on display at the wineries.

The participating wineries are:

While visiting the wineries, consumers can view outdoor art reproductions in a variety of mediums on display at each winery. Bucks County Art & Wine Trail goers can also see artists sketching, painting and creating works to be curated for the 2023 – 2024 Bucks County Wine & Art Trail.

The artists featured as part of inaugural October 1, 2022 – September 30, 2023 Bucks County Wine & Art Trail are:

Outdoor art reproductions at the wineries:

Featured in the free set of fine art notecards:


Calling all artists! Visit Bucks County and the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County are currently seeking artists to create works for the 2023 – 2024 Bucks County Wine & Art Trail. Visit https://www.bucksarts.org/ for more information.

Download promotional photos here!

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Contact: Alexa Englesbe
                Senior Marketing & Communications Manager
                Visit Bucks County
                215-639-0300 x 227      


Visit Bucks County (VBC) promotes travel to and within Bucks County, Pennsylvania. As the County’s official destination marketing organization, VBC drives visitation, increases overnight stays and fuels the local economy by promoting all there is to see and do in Bucks County. VBC supports local businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry, including lodging, attractions, restaurants, retail, events and more.  Annually, Bucks County welcomes 7.58 million visitors, generating $986 million dollars in economic impact and supporting a total hospitality workforce of more than 25,000 jobs.