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Listen to live music at Shady Brook Farm, grab your friends and head to Fonthill Castle Beer Fest or snap some Instagram worthy pictures at Hellerick’s Sunflower Festival!

Check out our guide below for details on this weekend’s must-see events around the County. Stay up-to-date on what’s coming up next week with our Upcoming Events calendar.

Friday, August 23

The Canal Street Grille is known as Yardley's favorite Greek dining experience.

Yardley Restaurant Week


If you’re an animal lover looking for great interactive activities, Bucks County has you covered. Whether it’s an outing with friends or family, or even a self-care day, you’ve come to the right place. From goat yoga to alpaca farms…here is a sampling of the best interactive animal activities in Bucks County!

1. Goat Yoga at Hellerick’s Family Farm

It’s important to start your day off right.

It’s official. We’ve reached that point in the summer where it’s too hot on the playground and too stuffy inside. The kid is restless, I’m out of iced coffee – you know what that means, right? Time for an adventure!

Today my three-year-old son, Howie, and I are off to the Bucks County Audubon Society.

Audubon Society

STOP ONE: Breakfast and Packing

Since we’re packing a picnic lunch today, Howie and I lived it

In celebration of National Ice Cream Month, Visit Bucks County hit the streets of Washington, D.C. to promote Bucks County’s summer attractions, family-friendly lodging and sweet treat from the Bucks County Ice Cream Trail.

The official tourism promotion agency of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, offered passersby 2,000 bars of free ice cream handcrafted by Uncle Dave’s Homemade Ice Cream on Wednesday,

Looking for a great way to support local businesses? Need an excuse to take advantage of all the fresh, seasonal produce Bucks County has to offer? Running out of ideas to entertain your children, before school starts up again? Have no fear! Here is a quick guide to 5 great farmers markets across Bucks County.

Yardley Farmers Market

Set back from Main Street, in Buttonwood Park, the Yardley market

Off the Beaten Path: New Hope Hidden Gems

Monday, July 22, 2019 12:00 PM by Cora Berke

"Summer's lease hath all too short a date," William Shakespeare.

Don’t let this summer pass you by without a trip to New Hope, PA. Whether you come for a day or two or more, you can find something for everyone. Meandering through New Hope’s quaint streets, there are hidden gems just waiting to be discovered.

I have put together a list of my favorites and hope you enjoy them as much as I do!


We asked our spring 2019 interns to document their internship at Visit Bucks County. Read below to see what a day in the life of an intern looks like here at the tourism bureau!

Day in the life of VBC interns

JORDYN: I am a senior in Media and Communications at Temple University that thrives in change and creativity. This internship is the perfect balance of both of those things. I was born and raised in Bucks County, so Visit

Whether dining al fresco on the Delaware River or trying out a cooking class in Doylestown, Bucks County’s food and drink scene has something for any couple looking for a food-filled getaway not far from Philadelphia (or in our case, Manayunk!).

From gourmet dining in Peddler’s Village to New Hope’s eclectic nightlife, you can plan exciting date nights in Bucks County every night of the week.

Your Bucks County Summer Yoga Round-Up

Friday, June 21, 2019 12:00 PM by Brooke Hillman

June 21st isn’t just the Summer Solstice, but International Yoga Day! With longer summer days and earlier sunny mornings, the time is right for a little self-care with peaceful yoga. Grab your mat and reusable water bottle for some of these top yoga events in Bucks County this summer!

Sunrise Yoga

When: Every Tuesday and Thursday through June 27 from 5:30 – 6:30 a.m.
Where: The Prancing Peacock,

Every corner of Bucks County is brimming with historic landmarks and pre-revolutionary sites, echoing stories of the area’s – and our nation’s – past. Discover these stories and how they shaped the region in this 10-mile bike route through Doylestown, featuring stops at six historic sites along the way.

Aldie Mansion

Stop 1: Aldie Mansion

This beautiful former home was built for Doylestown residents William