Fall Group Tours
- Caramel apples at Shady Brook Farm
Before the weather gets too cold, spend the time outside surrounded by Bucks County’s beautiful fall foliage and enjoy all the activities the season has to offer! From sweet apples to exhilarating thrills, there’s something exciting for everyone!
Complete your fall bucket list at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley. From wagon rides, pumpkin picking, bonfires, and corn mazes to live music, drinks, and food including Uncle Dave’s Pumpkin Ice Cream. At night, discover more of a thrill at the farm with their Horrorfest. Check out four frightening attractions: Hayride of Horror, Barn of Horror, Carnage in the Corn, and Alien Encounter. Shady Brook is the ideal way to experience the season!
Stroll through the picturesque town of New Hope led by lantern and learn all about its chilling past like the phantom Hitchhiker, its tow-path, and historic inn. If you’re lucky enough you could even spot one of the ghosts! Tours are year-round.
Celebrate and go all-out for apple season at Peddler’s Village. Their weekend long festival is all about fall’s favorite fruit with a variety of fresh hand-picked apples provided by local orchards. Their very own Village General Store will be selling homemade apple everything, from pies and cider, to jams, jellies, butter and even salsa! The festival will also feature a lineup of entertainers, family-fun activities, food trucks, and local artisans. Purchase a festival package for guaranteed parking and priority restaurant seating. Also, be sure to pre-order your pies because they sell quickly!
- Corn maze at Shady Brook Farm
- Crowd at Autumn Alive in Quakertown
Take a scenic wagon ride through the orchard to pick your very own apples with a view of New Hope’s beautiful landscape. As the season progresses and more ripen, choose between a variety of different types of apple like Crimson Crisp, Melrose, Fuji, Pink Lady, and many more! Then head to the market to purchase their delicious cider ice, fresh cider, and mouth-watering cider doughnuts. Large groups should call and schedule their visit in advance.
Enjoy the fun of fall on the streets of Quakertown! This festival fills the streets of Broad Street from 4th Street to Hellertown Avenue and down Branch Street with live music, games and prizes, artists and crafters, food vendors, a beer garden, and even a pet parade for your dog to participate in. There is a reason for all ages to celebrate the season at this festival!
Ride through Bucks County and truly experience the natural beauty that the season brings. The picturesque scenery, crisp air, and open spaces create the perfect setting for a group photoshoot, picnic, or outdoor activity. Washington Crossing Historic Park, New Hope/Ivyland Railroad, Font Hill Castle, and Delaware Canal State Park are a few of the many scenic places to take it all in.