Bucks County
Author: Christina Cordaro

Christina Cordaro lives in Philadelphia, but is a true Bucks County native at heart. Christina is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University and works full-time in Hospitality Management. When not working, she enjoys being a big foodie and concert-goer with her husband, Justin. Christina loves visiting her own backyard to explore the historic towns, arts and culture and dining that Bucks County has to offer!


5 Bucks County Museums to Visit This Winter

Monday, December 23, 2019 2:00 PM by Christina Cordaro

Ever want to bring the beautiful countryside landscapes, charming small towns, rich history and uniqueness of Bucks County indoors? Below are five different museums that allows you to do so as we head into the winter months:

1. Bucks County Children’s Museum

New Hope

Bucks County Children's Museum

One of the many guiding principles of this museum is to be a resource for children, parents and schools by combining Bucks County

Bucks County Fall Beer Round-Up

Friday, October 18, 2019 10:00 AM by Christina Cordaro

Similar to the Bucks County Sweet Spots Trail, Ice Cream Trail and Wine Trail, Bucks County recently launched its own Ale Trail! Being home to fifteen (and counting) different local breweries is so much fun. I use my Bucks County Ale Trail passport to unlock special deals and keep tabs on how many breweries I’ve visited.

The craft beer scene is certainly growing in Bucks County, with breweries

Plan Your Stay: Haunted Hotels in Bucks County

Monday, September 23, 2019 10:00 AM by Christina Cordaro

Bucks County is home to historical towns, charming main streets and landmark locations. Yet, Bucks County’s historical past has left behind some spooky tales. There are many hotels, inns and bewitching bed-and-breakfasts that give guests chilling and haunting experiences they will never forget! Below are 5 lodging attractions that have been reported with sights and sounds of the past...

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