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Doylestown

Doylestown, the Bucks County’s seat, offers a friendly atmosphere that is sprinkled with a variety of restaurants, sidewalk cafes, unique shops, cultural and historical attractions.

Visitors will enjoy historic architecture as they stroll along the sidewalks lined with brick pavers and Victorian-style street lamps. The James A. Michener Art Museum, and the famous Mercer Mile , including the Fonthill Museum, the Mercer Museum, and the Moravian Pottery & Tile Works are just a few of the attractions that Doylestown has to offer.

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Appalachian Trail

Pennsylvania has 229 miles (369 km) of the Trail [9]. In Pennsylvania, the trail extends from the Pennsylvania - Maryland line at Pen Mar,  to the Delaware Water Gap at the Pennsylvania - New Jersey line. It intersects with the... More

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Bucks County Civil War Roundtable

The Museum houses many artifacts related to the Civil War on subjects dealing with Doylestown, the 104th Pa. Volunteer Infantry Regiment, as well as the War in general. The Library is home to hundreds of books relating the America’s Civil... More

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Fonthill Castle

The concrete castle boasts 44 rooms, 18 fireplaces and more than 200 windows of varying sizes and shapes. The interior walls, floors and ceilings are elaborately adorned with an incredible array of Mercer’s original handcrafted tiles. Mercer incorporated his own... More

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Heritage Conservancy

Based in Doylestown, PA, Heritage Conservancy is committed to being the region’s premier, nationally-accredited conservator. We are a community-based organization dedicated to the preservation and protection of significant open spaces, natural resources, and our historic heritage. A champion of conservation best... More

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Mercer Museum

The collections of the Mercer Museum were conceived as an encyclopedic assemblage of pre-industrial American material culture with the potential to teach history “from a new point of view”. Established in 1897, the collection is now recognized as one of... More

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Moravian Pottery and Tile Works

Handmade tiles are still produced in a manner similar to that developed by the pottery’s founder and builder, Henry Chapman Mercer (1856-1930). Its annual event, Tile Festival - a sale of both historic and contemporary tiles - is held (rain... More

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Peace Valley Nature Center

Peace Valley offers 14 miles of nature trails in the woods and meadows at the eastern end of Lake Galena. The walking options vary from groomed foot paths near the Nature Center Solar Building to remote hiking trails in the... More

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