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Posts from October 2020

How to Spend a Day in Perkasie

Friday, October 23, 2020 9:00 AM by Brittany Brown

Looking for something fun and safe to do this October? Bucks County’s many beautiful town and Main Streets are all lovely to walk around, it’s hard to choose just one! Here’s how to spend a day up in upper Bucks County in the charming town of Perkasie…

Shop for fall at AGA Farms

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Take a trip AGA Farms for the ultimate fall spirit boost! Pick from more than 20 varieties of pumpkins straight from

Our friendly neighborhood monsters over at Sesame Place® Philadelphia are keeping their fall tradition alive – plus, doing something brand new this year to accommodate the strange times we’re living in – to celebrate the spirit of Halloween.

The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular, running through November 1st, brings just the right amount of spook to the park to make it a fun holiday “must see” for

With pumpkin picking and fall festivities in full swing, it only seemed fitting that for episode 3 of From the Locals, we talk to Dave Fleming, an owner of one of the most popular autumn destinations in Bucks County: Shady Brook Farm. Located in Yardley, Shady Brook Farm is run today by Dave, his sister Amy, and his brother Paul, but was actually started 4 generations earlier by Dave’s

No matter the season, Peddler's Village is one of the most charming places in Bucks County. From the shops, to the dining, to the seasonal events that take place on its beautifully-landscaped grounds, Peddler's has something for everybody! Trust me — I love it so much, I had my wedding reception there last October!

Peddler's Village is located in Lahaska just a few short miles from New Hope, is

How to Spend a Fall Day at Shady Brook Farm

Saturday, October 3, 2020 12:00 PM by Brittany Brown

Memories await at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley! With different offerings each season, the farm is a must do numerous times a year, but most especially during fall.

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A few weeks back, I visited Shady Brook Farm to explore their pick-your-own fields. The wagon rides to the fields ran approximately every half an hour and were filled with guests at a limited capacity. A path was laid out through their

Sunny days await behind the gates of Sesame Place® Philadelphia in Langhorne! Based on Jim Henson’s popular educational children’s show, Sesame Street, this children’s amusement park has been making memories for families since 1980. Did you know Sesame Place is the world’s first autism certified theme park?

Nothing less would be expected from their COVID-19 precautionary measures that were