Newtown (Pennsylvania)

Newtown is a township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Surrounded by beautiful farmlands, this small town was also the location where the movie "Signs" was filmed in part.

38 things to do

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Tyler State Park

The park is in Newtown, Pa a neighbor to Yardley. It is a huge park that provides a variety of recreational activities; fishing, disc golf, boating, canoe rentals, hiking,biking, and horseback riding trails. There are picnic areas in different parts of the park. A destination for people who enjoy nature or the outdoors. Pets are allowed however they need to be cleaned up after.

DO   —  101 Swamp Road

Newtown Farmers' Market

Not only features homemade baked goods and roasted meat and vegetables by the Pennsylvania Dutch, but also has European food, Mexican food, Falafel, and Sushi. A small Art Gallery by local artist Craig Hackett is also located within the market building. Definitely worth checking out for some really fabulous food.

EAT   —  Map

Newtown Movie Theater

This theater began showing movies in 1906 and is still to this day, making it the oldest active theater in America. Enjoy balcony seating, which is modeled after the Ford Theater in Washington DC, and enjoy modern day movies with a nice bag of old-fashioned made popcorn!

DO   —  120 North State St

The Schofield Ford Covered Bridge

Was originally built in 1873, but burnt down in 1991 and was rebuilt a few years later. It is one of the longest bridges in Bucks County. You don't see covered bridges very often these days and back than they were a very popular type of bridge.

SEE   —  Swamp Rd

Friend's Bar and Grill

Not exactly located on State Street in the Borough but is very close. Very patron-friendly area and has bar games and huge digital televisions that feature important professional games at night.

DRINK   —  2825 S Eagle Rd

The Clubhouse Bar and Grill

No entry fee. Karaoke some nights and great beers on draft. Wings are awesome and no dress code required. Recently added a pizza parlor next door. It is terrible.

DRINK   —  501 S State St

Half Moon Inn aka the Court Inn

One of the oldest and historic buildings in the borough, houses the Research and Barnsley Room that holds the history of Newtown from its past to its present

Issac Newtown's

A restaurant and bar that is known for their various selection of beer from Europe, Canada, and the U.S. They feature 19 quality beers on tap each week.

The Brick Hotel

Offers a free wine tasting on Wednesdays from 5-7PM, and it is worth checking out whether you're a connoisseur or just love a free drink.

DRINK   —  1 E. Washington Ave

State Street Kitchen

Eat there or take it to go. Delicious homeade food ranging from sandwiches, paninis, breakfast sandwiches, pasta, etc.

Newtown Book and Record Exchange

Opened for 27 years of business. Sells new and used music, records, and used books. Was featured in the movie Signs.

Angel Heart

A very fashionable boutique with beautiful hand-made jewelry and sells exciting clothing lines such as Diesel

Bucks County Fine Art Gallery

Exhibits contemporary painting, sculpture and fine crafts by regional and nationally recognized artists

Mom's Bake At Home Pizza

Delicious home made pizzas and the site of the famous scene from the movie "Signs".

Isaac Newton's

Casual, family dining atmosphere. Large selection of beers from around the world.

The Brick Hotel & Restaurant

15 Rooms are old, dity and do not have properly running water. DO NOT STAY HERE.

Sweet Pea Creams & Confections

family owned who employs awesome people, home made ice cream & other confections

Heidi's Boutique

Large selection of the finest lingerie brands from around the world.

Lovi Visual Art

Gallery specializing in contemporary sculpture and visual art.

The Shoe Cafe

Sells very new and stylish shoes from many well renown brands

The Newtown Farmers' Market

Best Inside: Zook's BBQ Barn & Reihl's Bakery

EAT   —  2150 S. Eagle Rd

Dragonfly Gift Shop

"Distinctive Gifts with an Imaginative Touch"


Great Italian cuisine and it's a BYOB.

EAT   —  +1 215-860-1133 —  18 S State St

Carriage House Collection

"A Bucks County Country Store"

Lexy Q Ltd. Boutique

High-end womens' clothing


brick oven pizzeria

EAT   —  +1 215 860-4545 —  25 Swamp Rd

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