Attractions & Activities in New Hope PA

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  • 3853 Old Easton Rd, # B Doylestown, PA 18902
    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...
  • East Court Street & Route 313 Doylestown, PA 18901
    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...
  • Routes 202 and 263 Lahaska, PA 18931
    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 ...
  • 85 Old Dublin Pk. Doylestown, PA 18901-2468
    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...
  • CARVERSVILLE AND AQUETONG Rd. Carversville, PA 18913
    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...
  • 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
    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...
  • 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"....
  • P.O. Box 709 Buckingham, PA 18912-0709
  • 1641 Old York Rd. Warminster, PA 18974
    Headquarters of General Washington, August 10-23, 1777 with 11,000 troops camped nearby. Here Lafayette and Pulaski joined the army. The most historically significant house in Bucks County has been...
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