Located in New Hope, Pa which is a few minutes away from Yardley. It is a national landmark for Broadway plays and rich in theater. Edward Everelt Horton opened it in 1939. Some celebrities that have performed here are Grace Kelly, William Shatner, Liza Minelli, and John Travolta. The venues of shows change every season and you can find schedules online as well as purchase tickets.There are two different kind of shows ; one is the main stage and the other is the children's stage. Right now from October 19th-26th Jekyll and Hyde is playing following Rocky Horror picture show October 24th- November 1st which plays annually, and the children's stage is playing Willy Wonka Jr. on October 25th and Annie Jr. November 1st-8th. There are plenty of attractions to explore before or after the shows such as dining and little shops.
Just a short walk across the bridge to Lambertville, New Jersey, this restaurant has a picturesque view of the Delaware River. An appealing menu of entrees ranging from 15 to 45 dollars created by professional chefs. The lamb is to die for with a taste that melts in your mouth. A cool fact is it used to be a railroad station, but now is fully restored into an amazing restaurant.
This upscale restaurant is built inside a 125 year old stone church that sits in the middle of main street. They have valet parking. Marsha Brown specializes in prime meats and seafood. If you want a night of fine dining, you will not be disappointed here. Mon.-Sat.: 5pm-11pm, Sun.: 4pm-10pm.
Great food, fun, and music. A restaurant, bar, and nightclub. The bar is popular and they have nine different beers on tap and a selection of tropical drinks. There are indoor and outdoor bars.
Destination for New hope's only original punk rock shop for infants to adults.. featuring cool clothes, costumes, collectibles, nightmare before christmas, utilikilts, Ween headquarters.
This antique colonial inn was established in 1727, and is one of the five oldest inns in the country. This luxury inn has an old fashioned tavern and a well-known restaurant.
Not quite in downtown New Hope, but still close by on River Road, overlooking the Delaware River. Cozy atmosphere in a tranquil setting. Also a bed and breakfast.
This riverside restaurant is hot spot in New Hope because of its delicious cuisine and very intimate setting. Sun.-Thus.: 11am-9pm, Fri.-Sat.: 11am-10pm.
Unusual antique shop filled with Victorian mourning funeral antiques and 19th century bird cages.