Pennsbury ManorStroll the grounds and tour the manor house of William Penn. Visit the sailing sloop in which he traveled to and from Philadelphia. See crafts and tradespeople hard at work.
Washington Crossing Historic ParkStand where the General embarked on his daring journey to Trenton and ultimate victory over the British. See Emanuel Leutze’s famous painting of George Washington crossing the Delaware. Explore the museum, theater and the nature center with live animals.
Mercer MileThe home, museum and tile works of 20th-century “Renaissance Man” Henry Chapman Mercer are open for exploration. Find a lost way of life in the tools, trades and everyday objects of rural and village America. Enjoy a tile works living history tour. Take home an authentic, handmade Mercer Tile from the gift shop.
The Family Amusement ParkMeet all your Sesame Street favorites, including Big Bird, Elmo, Bert and Ernie. Enjoy rides, slides, shows, parades and more. Find it all at the one and only Sesame Place®, now celebrating more than 20 years of family fun!
The Great Outdoors – Right Next DoorDiscover Bucks County’s twelve covered bridges. Get lost in the shaded passages and old-fashioned charm of our scenery.
Visit the top of Bowman’s Hill Tower for the view of the wild and scenic Delaware River. Relax and enjoy Delaware Canal State Park. Hike, camp, bike, golf, tube, kayak and canoe the Great Outdoors of Bucks County.
Visit with Artists, Writers and Historic FiguresBucks County is blessed with an array of museums, galleries and art fairs. Wander the narrow streets of New Hope, a unique river town and famous artists’ colony packed with art galleries and shops.
Visit the home of Nobel Prize winner Pearl S. Buck. Tour the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown or their satellite location in Union Square, New Hope to see fine examples of Pennsylvania Impressionism.
Ride the Old Fashioned WayEnjoy breathtaking scenery while experiencing the pace of days gone by on a mule-drawn canal boat.
Ride a steam-powered train through the countryside. Float above it all in a hot air balloon. Pedal your bike down beautiful country roads or simply stroll through quiet hamlets and byways.
Let Bucks Entertain YouBucks County raises the curtain on entertainment nearly every day of the year. Let the region’s talented performers dazzle you with live musicals and dramatic productions.
Festival Means Family FunMark the seasons with Bucks County’s never-ending tradition of community celebrations found in small towns, charming hamlets, and country farms.
The calendar of family fun includes strawberry and peach festivals in the early summer, haunted woods, and Octoberfests in autumn, house tours and winter festivals around the holidays, and nature walks and agricultural fairs in the spring.
Year-round, Bucks is filled with art exhibits, crafts fairs, historical reenactments, concerts, antique shows, parades, and more.
Bountiful Bucks FarmsWith its nutrient-rich soil, abundant sunshine and just the right amount of rain, Bucks County’s farmland is said to be among the best in the nation.
Embrace a centuries’ old heritage of homegrown goodness by visiting family-owned and operated farms and orchards. Pick your own strawberries and pumpkins.
Savor apples, peaches, and corn. Cut your own Christmas tree. Bucks County bounty is yours for the picking.
Non-Stop ShoppingThere’s nothing routine about shopping in Bucks County. Explore the specialty shops, restaurants and country charm of Peddler’s Village. Browse the booths of Rice’s Market, a tradition since 1860.
This 30-acre farm features hundreds of vendors selling a wide range of new and used items. Bucks County is also home of America’s beloved, handcrafted Caroler® figurines, a perfect gift for the holidays. Experience some of the finest outlet shopping centers.
At Penn’s Purchase Factory Outlet Stores you can find 50 of the best names in outlet shopping tucked in a charming country village setting. At Franklin Mills Mall, the landmark of the discount shopper, you will find fabulous designer names and discounted merchandise at over 200 stores.
A Taste of BucksA visit to Bucks County is an unforgettable culinary experience. Enjoy fun, informal dining in our classic diners and eclectic cafés. Savor the ambience of centuries-old country inns and sample gourmet cuisine from all over the world.
Religious SitesBucks County has its inspirational sites as well. Visit the Saint Katharine Drexel Shrine, honoring Katharine Drexel.
The Shrine in Bensalem, Bucks County is a dedication and final resting place of this Philadelphia saint. Katharine Drexel was canonized on October 1, 2000, in Rome. Tour the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa.
The shrine is a magnificent monument to the millennium of Christianity in Poland. Nearby in Philadelphia, the National Shrine of St. John Neumann draws thousands to sense the spiritual power of another great Philadelphian.