Beautiful Bucks County is only one and a half from New York City by car. There are many shoping villages and Historic towns with Historic Landmarks in Bucks County PA. Fairs and festivals are also abundant throughout the season. New Hope is a cool artsy little town located right on the Delaware river, and it is a great place to start if you have never been to Buck's County Pennsylvania.
Conveniently Located in Central NJ on the Delaware River (Closest tubing to NY & PA) Enjoy a scenic 2 to 4 hour tubing, rafting, kayaking, or canoeing trip on the Delaware River! Delaware River Tubing shares the river with Bucks County. Located right across the river from Bucks County in Frenchtown NJ. Each rental includes an exclusive FREE BBQ meal at "The Famous River Hot Dog Man," halfway on your river adventure next to a private island with picnic tables in the water! The 4 hour river adventure (including lunch) - starts at an unbelievable $19.62 per person on weekdays!!
A great way to spend the day with the kids or relax with a loved one. You can stop and explore the small islands and sun bathe. We took our time and spent six hours when we did the Delaware River tubing adventure! This is the most reasonably priced one day adventure that we have found in all of Bucks County. Visit their websitefor more information and reservation information or call them directly at 908-996-5386.
Kayak and Canoe on the Delaware! Delaware River Tubing now offers Kayaking and Canoeing on the Delaware, along with a new river supply store for all the must have essentials. Delaware River Tubing offers special group rates to camps, scouts, churches, and corporate outings for groups with 18 or more participants. Fundraisers and birthday parties available (One great memory, but a gift for all).Get Directions to Delaware River Tubing.
Best day trip idea in Bucks County PA!
Museums and Cultural HIstoric Attractions in Buck's County PA
Historic Fallsington 4 Yardley Avenue, Fallsington, PA Come see the Village that Time Forgot! Nestled in the southeastern corner of Pennsylvania, just north of Philadelphia, at the falls of the Delaware River, the Village had retained its 18th Century character as a seat of Quaker living, worship, and commerce, until the early 1950's.
Fonthill Museum East Court Street, Doylestown, PA Experience Castles Full of Treasures at the Mercer and Fonthill Museums. The museums offer a wide array of programs, events, exhibits and tours for audiences of all ages. Discover your family history and more in our Spruance Library. The museums and library are operated by the Bucks County Historical Society.
Mercer Museum 84 South Pine Street, Doylestown, PA The grounds of the Mercer Museum are transformed into an historical festival featuring 80 skilled costumed artisans demonstrating early American crafts. A fun day for the entire family with live entertainment, mini-farm with animals, militia encampment, quilt raffle, picnic foods and free admission to the Mercer Museum.
Aldie Mansion 85 Old Dublin Pike Doylestown, PA 215-348-3509 A beautiful mansion available for rent for personal or corporate functions. Past the brick and wrought-iron gates, on more than 10 acres of carefully tended grounds, stands Aldie Mansion. While its period charm adds to the ambiance of any special event, this restored mansion offers the space and amenities of a more contemporary venue. In particular, the new 2,400-square-foot atrium presents many unique possibilities. Designed in keeping with Aldie Tudor's architecture, it accommodates a formal dinner dance for up to 200 guests.
James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA The James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown is hoome to a world-class collection of Pennsylvania Impressionism. The Museum also hosts nationally touring special exhibitions and showcases important regional artists. Additional highlights include the Nakashima Reading Room and the Daniel Garber mural. An outdoor sculpture garden pays homage to the Bucks County landscape.