Bucks County

Bucks County is in the Delaware Valley, in the Philadelphia Region of Pennsylvania, United States of America.

15 things to do

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Bowman's Hill Tower

A 125 foot tall stone tower located in Washington Crossing Historic Park in Bucks County Pennsylvania. It is administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. The tower was built on Bowman's Hill, which is on the dividing line between Upper Makefield and Solebury Township. The tower is 125 feet tall and its base measures 24 feet in each direction. It's a sweet place to take in the beautiful countryside, and it now has an elevator that you can take, which brings you three quarters of the way up Bowman's Tower, and in the fall, particularly October, the fall foliage from this vantage point is not to be missed. There's a flower park across the street as well, which is amazing in the spring.

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Pike, Southampton. Features a large dining room, along with catering, banquet facilities and a full sized bar. Restaurant has been in business for 34 years. Menu offerings include salad, strombolis, homestyle pizza, burgers, cheesesteaks and hoagies. Various other menu items cover all areas.

EAT   —  +1 215-322-7272 —  400 2nd St

Styer's Orchard

Langhorne. Pick your own peaches, apples, pears, pumpkins or various other fruits at this beautiful farm frozen in time. The farm has a beautiful pond, and acre after acre of fresh produce. Perfect for families, typically attended by elementry students on class trips.

Ultra Zone

Bensalem. Multi-Leveled Laser Tag Facility. "Missions" take place every 15-20 minutes. All participants are split into three teams (Red, Green, Blue) and must defend/attack other team bases and players. Location also provides Birthday Party space.

Sesame Place

Langhorne. 'Sesame Street' Themed Amusement Park. Park has water rides, parades, roller coasters, live shows, and Sesame characters walking around. Located across the street from the Sheraton Bucks County, and Oxford Valley Mall.

DO   —  100 Sesame Rd

Blue Sage Vegetarian Grille

Pike, Southampton. Closed Sunday and Monday. Features a purely vegetarian menu, and has received various mentions in culinary publications for its work. A local favorite. BYOB. Get reservations as the place is extremely popular.

EAT   —  +1 215-942-8888 —  772 Second St

Ristorante Melograno

73 Old Dublin Pike, Doylestown. 215-348-7707. (Genuardi's Shopping Center.) Beautifully decorated Italian restaurant. Menu offers authentic regional cuisine. Owned by Chef Angelo D. Patruno, who left Italy in 1988.

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Tex Mex Connection

North Wales. A unique and fantastic infusion of Southern Texas and Mexican cuisine. Truly TexMex. The menu offers many selections, including tacos, Texas fried chicken, tortas, fajitas and nachos.


Southampton. Modern bar and restaurant, features full sized bar area with plasma screen TVs. M-Th: 11AM-2AM, F-Sa: 11AM-2AM, Su: 11AM-2AM. "Best Happy Hour in Bucks."

DRINK   —  +1 215-357-9974 —  1134 Street Rd

Nifty Fiftys

Bensalem. Restaurant made to replicate a 1950s diner. Menu features burgers and multi-flavored milkshakes. Winner: "Best of Philly".

Brunswick Zone

Feasterville. Bowling Alley, Laser Tag and Arcade. Fun for the whole family. Facility also caters Birthday Parties on location.

Philadelphia Park Casino & Race Track

Bensalem. Enjoy gambling on horses, slots, or tables. Conveniently located right off Route 1 (Roosevelt Boulevard).

ViVa Martini Bar

Feasterville. Large and modern bar, filled with couches, dance floor, live music, and belly dancers.

Neshaminy Mall


About Bucks County

Located approximately 1 hour by car from the center of Philadelphia and a 2-hour drive from New York City, it has picturesque scenery and is of historical significance. George Washington crossed the Delaware River on Christmas Eve from Bucks County (Washington's Crossing). A suburb of Northeast Philadelphia, it has a beautiful balance of flowing grass fields and modern destinations. The county is filled with state parks, creeks, historical buildings, and historical covered bridges.

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