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  • 145 S. Main St. New Hope, PA 18938-1201
    215-862-2021
    The Friends of the Delaware Canal maintain this restored 19th century locktender's house on the Delaware Canal. A "Life at the Lock" exhibit depicts canal workers and their families at work and play.
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  • 56 S. Main St Doylestown, PA 18901-4663
    215-345-9430
    The Doylestown Historical Society preserves the heritage of Doylestown through educational programs, guided tours of the area, and special events.
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  • 3853 Old Easton Rd, # B Doylestown, PA 18902
    215-230-9085
    Indoor rock climbing and outdoor guide service! Come experience the thrill of rock climbing. Whether you want to stay inside or go climbing outdoors, we can proved you with a safe and enjoyable...
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  • East Court Street & Route 313 Doylestown, PA 18901
    215-348-9461
    Located in the former home of creative genius Henry Mercer, the Fonthill Museum is a one-of-a kind place to see great art. The Museum is actually a castle, richly decorated with exquisite tile, and...
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  • Routes 202 and 263 Lahaska, PA 18931
    215-794-4047
    Giggleberry Fair is an experience of fun for the entire family! Climb through the six-level, three-story obstacle course of netted mazes in Giggleberry Mountain and watch tens of thousands of foam ...
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  • 85 Old Dublin Pk. Doylestown, PA 18901-2468
    215-345-7020
    Aldie Mansion, a beautifully restored Tudor Revival estate built by William Mercer in 1927, is a fitting home for Heritage Conservancy, a non-profit membership organization dedicated to protecting...
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  • CARVERSVILLE AND AQUETONG Rd. Carversville, PA 18913
    215-297-5953
    The Historic Carversville Society researches, preserves and protects the heritage of this picturesque village, which is included on the National Register of Historic Places. The society sponsors...
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  • Wismer Rd. Plumsteadville, PA 18949
    Built of hemlock in 1874, this bridge, one of two spanning the Cabin Run Creek, is nestled in a small scenic valley. The Loux Covered Bridge is 60 feet long and 15 feet wide.
  • 84 S. Pine St. Doylestown, PA 18901-4930
    215-345-0210
    A towering, dramatic concrete castle houses the collection of the Mercer Museum. Inside, find displays of the folk art, furnishings, and household implements of early America. There is also gift...
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  • 84 South Pine Street Doylestown, PA 18901
    The collections of the Mercer Museum were conceived as an encyclopedic assemblage of pre-industrial American material culture with the potential to teach history "from a new point of view"....
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