Whether you live in or around Bucks County, or are visiting from elsewhere, the area abounds in attractions to fulfill just about anyone’s desires. If you enjoy nature there are numerous parks and hiking trails throughout the area, plus fishing and tubing on the Delaware River.
If you are a shopper, New Hope offers a wide array of eclectic shopping opportunities, while nearby Lambertville is a great area for antiquing. Well known area flea markets provide for a unique shopping experience. Rice’s Market in New Hope is open every Tuesday and Saturday and many holidays. The Golden Nugget Antique Market in Lambertville is open year round Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. For those looking for some more traditional retail therapy, there’s also outlet shopping close by in Lahaska, PA and Flemington, NJ.
Looking for cultural entertainment? Doylestown, just 20 minutes from Lumberville, is home to the James A. Michener Art Museum, the Mercer Museum, Fonthill and Moravian Tile Works, to name a few. There are so many great activities in the area you’ll need to return again and again!
Bulls Island State Park
Delaware Canal State Park
Go for a Hot Air Balloon ride
Tubing on the Delaware River with Bucks County River Country
Bicycle Rentals: Delivered right to The Black Bass Hotel!
Carousel Farm Lavender
Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, PA
The Bucks County Playhouse is committed to providing the finest in theatrical entertainment to the New Hope and Bucks County communities and their visitors. With its renovated, state-of-the-art facilities, the Playhouse reclaims its historic position as “America’s Most Famous Summer Theatre”—a renowned performing arts venue for live theatrical productions and other important entertainment and community events. The Playhouse is committed to creative development and fostering the talent of tomorrow.
Stockton Farmers’ Market- next to Phillips Fine Wine
19 Bridge Street Stockton, NJ 08559
Sat 9-3, Sun 10-3
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Self-Tour Directions – Covered Bridges of Bucks County