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Visit Bucks County
Publisher: Bucks County - Official Visitor, Meeting, Event & Group SIte
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Visit Bucks County (VBC) is the official tourism promotion agency for Bucks County. The tourism office, with more than 450 tourism/hospitality partners throughout Bucks County, promotes all there is to see and do to potential visitors and residents. In addition to consumer travel, Visit Bucks County targets sports tournaments, motorcoach groups, meetings, special events and weddings. For more information on VBC activities, check out VisitBucksCounty.com.

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Consumer Tourism, Meetings and Events, Group Tours, Weddings, Sports Tournaments, Leisure Travel, Bucks County

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    Publisher: Bucks County - Official Visitor, Meeting, Event & Group SIte
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    VisitBucksCounty, the official tourism promotion agency for Bucks County, PA. The Logan Inn in New Hope is the oldest continuously running inn in Bucks County. Established in 1727, it offered its services to George Washington and his men and is said to be home to at least four ghosts. Sesame Place in Langhorne is the only amusement park in America solely themed after the popular children’s television show, Sesame Street. The park has more than 25 rides and is open every year from late-April through December. John Fitch built the first steam-powered boat in the U.S. in Warminster in 1785. It traveled nearly 3,000 miles in 1790, transporting passengers and freight between Philadelphia and Trenton. A six-foot long, steam operated model of the first steamboat can now be seen at the John Fitch Steamboat Museum in Warminster. The movie Signs, directed by M. Night Shyamalan and starring Mel Gibson, was filmed and takes place in Bucks County. The scenes in the bookstore and pizza shop were filmed in Newtown and the scenes of the house and cornfield were shot on 40 acres of land belonging to Delaware Valley College in Doylestown. The pharmacy scene was shot in Morrisville. Bucks County is home to 12 remaining covered bridges, many located on the beautiful country roads of Bucks County. An itinerary with full turn-by-turn driving directions is available on our website. In 1777, General Washington had his headquarters at The Moland House in Hartsville, where it is believed that the "Betsy Ross" flag was first flown. Guided tours of The Moland House are available on the second Sunday of every month. The Bucks County Playhouse opened on July 1, 1939 and over the next 70 years hosted the Who’s Who of Hollywood and Broadway legends including Grace Kelly, Angela Lansbury Bea Arthur, Walter Matthau and many more. The massive stone walls and warden’s house that reside on the grounds of the James A. Michener Art Museum began as the Bucks County Prison back in 1884. The museum is now home to a world class collection of Pennsylvania Impressionist paintings. Bucks County is home to the Bucks County Wine Trail, comprised of nine wineries, each with their own distinct charm and specialty wines. The gentle rolling hills, deep well-drained soils, and moderate climate combine to make Bucks County one of the premier grape growing regions of the East Coast.
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