Bucks County

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Author: Brittany Brown

Brittany Brown was born and raised in Bucks County and having lived in lower, central and upper Bucks, she has fond memories and experiences from all over the area. Brittany is an arbiter of local culture and runs the Britt Around Town social media platforms where she highlights local eats, shops and places to explore throughout the area. She has a passion for taking photos, supporting small businesses and all things local.

Brittany is a volunteer with Pine2Pink in social media and strategic partnerships, volunteers as an event advertising assistant with the Heritage Conservancy and is on the marketing board of the Perkasie Towne Improvement Association.

In her spare time, Brittany enjoys exploring Bucks County trails and state parks, walking the Delaware Canal towpath, kayaking down the Delaware River, attending events at Sesame Place, going out for a meal with friends and shopping local.

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7 Outdoor Walking Trails in Bucks County

by Brittany Brown on May 19, 2021

Flowers are blooming, trees are budding - springtime is one of the best times to visit Bucks County’s nature. Many trails in Bucks County hold decades of history and culture that can be experienced firsthand. Most are located near Bucks County’s small towns that are packed with eateries and shops that are sure to have you visit again. Here are some excellent outdoor walking trails for a relaxing…

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10 Smoothie, Juice & Vegetarian-Friendly Eateries in Bucks County

by Brittany Brown on April 18, 2021

It’s all too easy to dine like a king or queen while on vacation. Sometimes, balancing a decadent meal or consecutive nights of ice cream is needed! Your body will thank you after grabbing a crisp salad, refreshing green juice, or acai bowl at one of these wellness one-stop-shops found in Bucks County! A Shore Thing Smoothie Co. Feasterville-Trevose A Shore Thing Smoothie Co. was started by…

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5 St. Patrick’s Day Sips Along the Bucks County Ale Trail

by Brittany Brown on March 14, 2021

There’s no better time to explore the Bucks County Ale Trail then around beer’s favorite holiday, St. Patrick’s Day! Numerous breweries even have limited-edition St. Patrick’s Day beers and special events planned just for the occasion. The number of breweries in Bucks County keeps growing and Visit Bucks County has put together the perfect guide to experience them. Simply head to the Bucks County…

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Behind-the-Scenes at the All-New Elmo's Furry Fun Fest at Sesame Place

by Brittany Brown on February 23, 2021

The year 2021 is bringing fun and exciting events to Bucks County’s biggest theme park. Sesame Place® Philadelphia presents “Elmo’s Furry Fun Fest,” a new series of four themed events on select days from January 30 - March 31, 2021. The first of the events is “Elmo’s Rockin’ Birthday Bash,” which ranon January 30 th & 31 st and February 6 th and 7 th . The second is the “My Fuzzy Valentine’s…

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Spend a Romantic Weekend in Sellersville and Perkasie Borough

by Brittany Brown on February 9, 2021

Looking for a romantic staycation for Valentine’s Day? Exploring Sellersville and Perkasie Borough in Upper Bucks County is the ideal small town romantic getaway! As the home of TWO of Bucks County’s covered bridges, a live music theater, a local brewery and a selection of various other shopping and dining opportunities, Sellersville and Perkasie are the perfect place to relax and explore! The…

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Where to Still Catch Holiday Cheer in Bucks County

by Brittany Brown on December 22, 2020

It’s the most wonderful time of the year here in Bucks County! From dazzling drive-through lights to holiday decorated stores, there is still so much to see and do while abiding by the new state guidelines the rest of this holiday season… Feeney’s (Feasterville) It’s just not the holiday season until you have made a trip to Feeney’s in Feasterville. Visiting Feeney’s has been my absolute favorite…

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#HolidaysinBucksCo in 2020: New Hope Railroad

by Brittany Brown on December 8, 2020

Next stop, the North Pole! Join Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus on a ride that you will never forget at the New Hope Railroad this holiday season. The popular family train ride attraction is still running and taking extra safety precautions during the pandemic. Festive times are ahead when you book your ticket for this good old-fashioned journey in your choice of first class, coach, private…

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Holiday Fun at Sesame Place® Philadelphia: Experience the NEW Furry and Bright Christmas Drive-Thru

by Brittany Brown on November 23, 2020

It’s A Very Furry Christmas over at Sesame Place® Philadelphia in Langhorne, Pa. Your favorite friendly neighborhood friends have decorated the streets and are excited to celebrate the holiday season with you – with an all-new adventure in 2020 too! New this year on Tuesday and Wednesday evening through December 23 rd is the ALL-NEW Furry and Bright Christmas Drive-Thru. Elmo and friends are eager…

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How to Spend a Day in Perkasie

by Brittany Brown on October 23, 2020

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

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Don't Miss out on the Halloween Fun at Sesame Place® Philadelphia

by Brittany Brown on October 22, 2020

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 1 st , brings just the right amount of spook to the park to make it a fun holiday “must see” for…

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