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In addition to New Hope, there are many other places popular to visitors and locals alike. Doylestown, Pa is just 15 minutes away from Wishing Well B&B on route 202. Along the way, you'll pass numerous antiques shops, garden centers, Peddler's Village and New Hope Winery, one of many wineries in Bucks County. In fact, we have a Wine Trail and an Ale Trail you can navigate to indulge and see the countryside. Bucks County is also home to numerous parks and recreation areas. There's so much to see and do you may find you'll want to stay another night!

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Historically, Bucks County boasts Revolutionary and Civil War stories. Washington Crossing is well known, but in 1777, during the British invasion of Philadelphia, the Liberty Bell was transported to Quakertown, Bucks County to keep it from being melted into cannon balls .

Drive River Road (Main Street) north from New Hope and you'll encounter plenty of special places to stop and check out. Our travel story about River Road can be found here.

For some great ideas, scroll down or check out the Visit Bucks County website.

Winery Tours

Some of the best fall and winter spots to visit in Bucks County are the wineries. There are about a dozen different to visit, tour and have tastings.

Visit Bucks County has helped by creating a Wine Trail and an Ale Trail of local breweries. Come taste the fermentation of Bucks County!

Covered Bridges

Another favorite for winter, spring, summer or fall are the Covered Bridge Tours. Follow the map to them all or do a sampling while you incorporate other stops. Once numbering over 50, Bucks County still has 12 of these 'kissing bridges'.

Up, up and away!

Bucks County is the place to go for a once-in-a-lifetime ride in a hot air balloon. Early risers; you get more options because the evening flights book up more quickly. But either way, it's an experience you'll always remember!

The Great Outdoors

Bucks County is home to numerous state and county parks that vary from quiet lakeside settings to adventurous hiking trails to people banging on rocks with hammers.  .

Did you know?

Bucks County has more than its share of famous people who have called it home: Pearl S. Buck, Jose Garces, Oscar Hammerstein II, James Michener, Jamie Moyer,Dorothy Parker and Pink, for starters. 

Rainy Days

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, but sometimes it rains up here.  We have hundreds of books at the inn and a lot of comfy chairs, plus an assortment of board games. But you've the urge to get out and about, Visit Bucks County can help you find just what you're looking for.

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