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New Hope & Ivyland Railroad

32 W. Bridge Street, New Hope, PA 18938. Phone 215-862-2332. Website

Enjoy a 50 minute narrated train ride through scenic Bucks County. Ride the antique coaches pulled by a 1925 Baldwin Steam Locomotive or historic diesel engines. Special dinner and brunch trains available. Santa rides.

Philadelphia Museum of Art

26th Street & Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA. Phone 215-235-0050. Website

Over 200 galleries filled with treasures drawn from a permanent collection of more than 400,000 works of art, including paintings, sculpture and historic rooms. Open Tues - Sun. Closed Monday. Sun 10 am - 1 pm. Free admission.

Historic New Hope

PBox 633, Main and Mechanic Sts., New Hope, PA 18938. Phone 215-862-5880.

Country charm, casual sophistication. Enjoy a romantic bed and breakfast. Browse the art galleries, antiquing, frequent the exceptional shops. Dine at over 30 fine restaurants. Hours 10 am - 5 pm Daily. Free.

Washington Crossing Historic Park

1112 River Road, Washington Crossing, PA 18977. Phone 215-493-4076.

The site whee on Christmas night, 1776, George Washington and the Continental Army crossed the icy Delaware River. Includes the 19th century village of Taylorsville, outdoor recreation and picnic areas.

Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve

PBox 685, 1635 River Road (Rte. 32), New Hope, PA 19038. Phone 215-862-2924. Website

Established in 1934 featuring woods, meadows, small pond, Pidcock Creek. The Preserve's wildflowers, ferns, vines, shrubs and trees are displayed in naturalistic settings along an extensive trail system. Exhibits are located in the Visitor Center.

Nockamixon State Park

1542 Mountain View Drive, Quakertown, PA 18951. Phone 215-529-7300. Website

1,450-acre lake, four launch ramps, marina, boat rentals - 10 hp limit. Swimming pool ($), picnic tables, bicycle, equestrian and hiking trails, fishing, hunting, cross-country skiing, sledding, ice fishing and ice skating. Family cabins. Free

Peddler's Village

PBox 218, Rtes. 202 & 263, Lahaska, PA 18931. Phone 215-794-4000. Website

75 quality specialty shops, restaurants. charming, 18th century style village set on 42 acres of landscaped gardens, brick walkways, 66-room luxury inn. Grand Carousel ride. Annual events. Call for events calendar and map guide.

Franklin Mills Mall

PBox 6039, 1455 Franklin Mills Cr. Philadelphia, PA 19114. Phone 215- 632-1500, 800-336-6255. Website

The landmark of the discount shopper. Fabulous designer name and discounted merchandise at over 200 stores. Two food courts, and eight restaurants, all on one floor and under one roof. Sales tax on clothing.

Peddler's Village Grand Carousel

Rte. 263, Lahaska, PA 18931. Phone 215-794-8960. Website

Take a whirl on this colorfully restored 1922 PTC Grand Carousel - one of only 26 still in existence! Available for parties, groups welcome. Gift shop.

Buckingham Valley Vineyards

PBox 371, 1521 Rte. 413, Buckingham, PA 18912. Phone 215-794-7188. Website

Bucks County's first winery. Modern facilities, old world charm. Wine-tasting, self-guided tours, sales. Vineyards, cool wine cellars, picnic tables. Hours: Tues - Sat 11 am - 6 pm. Sun Noon - 4 pm. Free

Pearl S. Buck House

PBox 181, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA 18944-0181. Phone 215-249-0100, 800-220-BUCK. Website

Guided tours of author's 1835 farmhouse. Closed Mon and major holidays. Group rates-hours. Unique setting for weddings, parties, meetings.

Bucks County River Country

PBox 6, 2 Walters Lane (Rte. 32), Point Pleasant, PA 18950. Phone 215-297-5000.

Bucks County River Country - World's river tubing capitol. Canoeing, rafting and kayaking. One day or multi-day trips

Core Creek

Middletown Township, Administration Building, 901 E. Bridgetown Pike, Langhorne, PA 19047. Phone 215- 757-0571. Website

An active park with many events and activities. Playgrounds, picnicking, hiking, ball fields, tennis, horseback riding trails, boating (including rentals), fishing (trout stocked annually) and ice skating. Hours: Sunrise to Sunset.

Neshaminy State Park

Bensalem, PA 19020. Phone 215-639-4538.

330 acres along the Delaware River. Picnic benches, grills, children's playground, pavilion, swimming pool ($), four miles of trails, boat mooring and launch ramps. camping. Hours: Sunrise to Sunset. Free.

Tyler State Park

101 Swamp Road, Newtown, PA 18940-1151. Phone 215-968-2021, 800-63-PARKS. Website

Hiking, bicycling and exercise trails, nature trail, fishing, picnic facilities, summer canoe rental and mobile food concession. Environmental programs for groups with advance notice. Programs offered Oct. through mid-May. Hours 8 am - Sunset. Free.

Scandinavian Touch

PBox 64, 5743 Rte. 202, Lahaska, PA 18931, Phone 215-794-8138.

Danish wrought iron candle holders & chandeliers, ball candles, Swedish crystal, wool and ceramic collectibles, books, decorative accessories, Swedish clogs for men, women and children. Hours: Mon-Sat 10 am - 5:30 pm. Sun 11 am - 5:30 pm. Extended holiday hours.

Covered Bridge

The Loux Covered Bridge

Built in 1874 of hemlock, nestled in a scenic valley, you'll find this bridge is one of two bridges tspan the Cabin Run Creek. Wismer Road, Plumstead Township.

Location: Wismer Road, Plumstead Township.

Cabin Run Covered Bridge

Built in 1872, the Frankenfield Covered Bridge crosses Tinicum Creek only two miles upstream from where the creek flows in the Delaware River. This bridge is one of the longest covered bridges in the County.

Location: Covered Bridge Road, Plumstead Township.

Frankenfield Covered Bridge

Built in 1872, the Frankenfield Covered Bridge crosses Tinicum Creek only two miles upstream from where the creek flows in the Delaware River. This bridge is one of the longest covered bridges in the County.

Location: Hollow Horn and Cafferty Road, Tinicum Township

Erwinna Covered Bridge

Although the National Historic Register lists the date built at 1871, county records suggest this bridge was built in 1932. The Erwinna Covered Bridge is a good example of the lattice-type construction and is Bucks County's shortest covered bridge. It crosses Lodi Creek.

Location: Geigel Hill Road, Tinicum Township

Uhlerstown Covered Bridge

Built in 1832, this bridge is built of oak and has windows on both sides. It is the only covered bridge that crosses the Delaware Canal.

Location: Uhlerstown Road, Tinicum Township

Knecht's Covered Bridge

Built in 1873, this bridge is also known as "Slifer's Bridge." Built of hemlock, it crosses Durham Creek which was once known as "Cook's Creek."

Location: Knecht's Road, Springfield Township

Peddler's Village Grand Carousel

Rte. 263, Lahaska, PA 18931. Phone 215-794-8960. Website

Take a whirl on this colorfully restored 1922 PTC Grand Carousel - one of only 26 still in existence! Available for parties, groups welcome. Gift shop.

Buckingham Valley Vineyards

PBox 371, 1521 Rte. 413, Buckingham, PA 18912. Phone 215-794-7188. Website

Bucks County's first winery. Modern facilities, old world charm. Wine-tasting, self-guided tours, sales. Vineyards, cool wine cellars, picnic tables. Hours: Tues - Sat 11 am - 6 pm. Sun Noon - 4 pm. Free

Pearl S. Buck House

PBox 181, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA 18944-0181. Phone 215-249-0100, 800-220-BUCK. Website

Guided tours of author's 1835 farmhouse. Closed Mon and major holidays. Group rates-hours. Unique setting for weddings, parties, meetings.

Bucks County River Country

PBox 6, 2 Walters Lane (Rte. 32), Point Pleasant, PA 18950. Phone 215-297-5000.

Bucks County River Country - World's river tubing capitol. Canoeing, rafting and kayaking. One day or multi-day trips

Core Creek

Middletown Township, Administration Building, 901 E. Bridgetown Pike, Langhorne, PA 19047. Phone 215- 757-0571. Website

An active park with many events and activities. Playgrounds, picnicking, hiking, ball fields, tennis, horseback riding trails, boating (including rentals), fishing (trout stocked annually) and ice skating. Hours: Sunrise to Sunset.

Neshaminy State Park

Bensalem, PA 19020. Phone 215-639-4538.

330 acres along the Delaware River. Picnic benches, grills, children's playground, pavilion, swimming pool ($), four miles of trails, boat mooring and launch ramps. camping. Hours: Sunrise to Sunset. Free.

Tyler State Park

101 Swamp Road, Newtown, PA 18940-1151. Phone 215-968-2021, 800-63-PARKS. Website

Hiking, bicycling and exercise trails, nature trail, fishing, picnic facilities, summer canoe rental and mobile food concession. Environmental programs for groups with advance notice. Programs offered Oct. through mid-May. Hours 8 am - Sunset. Free.

Scandinavian Touch

PBox 64, 5743 Rte. 202, Lahaska, PA 18931, Phone 215-794-8138.

Danish wrought iron candle holders & chandeliers, ball candles, Swedish crystal, wool and ceramic collectibles, books, decorative accessories, Swedish clogs for men, women and children. Hours: Mon-Sat 10 am - 5:30 pm. Sun 11 am - 5:30 pm. Extended holiday hours.

Sheard's Mill Covered Bridge

Built in 1873, this bridge spans Tohickon Creek.

Location: covered Bridge Road, between Haycock and E. Rockhill Townships.

Mood's Covered Bridge

Built in 1874, and one of two covered bridges in the town of Perkasie, Mood's Covered Bridge crosses one of the principal watersheds in the northeast portion of Bucks County, the Perkiomen Creek.

Location: Blooming Glen Road, E. Rockhill Township.

South Perkasie Covered Bridge

Built in 1832 of pine and oak, this bridge once crossed Pleasant Spring Creek until traffic was prohibited.

Location: Lenape Park, Walnut Street, E. Rockhill Township

Pine Valley Covered Bridge

Built in 1842 of native hemlock and pine, the bridge is also known as "Iron Hill Bridge." The bridge crosses Pine Run Creek which was named after the hardy neighboring pine trees.

Location: Old Iron Hill Road, New Britain Township

Van Sant Covered Bridge

Built in 1875, and also known as "Beaver Dam Bridge," this bridge crosses Pidcock Creek. You'll find this bridge is close to Bowman's Hill and the Thompson-Neely House, part of Washington Crossing Historic Park.

Location: Covered Bridge Road, Solebury Township

Schofield Ford Covered Bridge

Originally built in 1873, burnt down in 1991, rebuilt in 1997. Built of native hemlock and oak, this town truss bridge is the longest in Bucks County. Also known as "Twining Ford Bridge," it crosses Neshaminy Creek in Tyler State Park.

Location: Tyler State Park, off Swamp Road, Newtown Township.