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Bucks County, Pennsylvania is a suburban county of the five core counties in Pennsylvania. These counties are called the Delaware Valley, or Greater Philadelphia metropolitan area. Bucks County is famous nationwide for its historic sites, including the Mercer Museum, Washington Crossing Historic Park, Pennsbury Manor, and Pearl S. Buck House. Bucks County is in the southeastern edge of the state along the Delaware River with large areas of valuable farmland. Lower Bucks is the southern third of the county between Philadelphia and Trenton, New Jersey, It is flat and near sea level, and most populated area. Bucks County was one of the three original counties in Pennsylvania and was named by William Penn. In December of Bucks County was the setting for Gen. George Washington and his troops as they prepared to cross the Delaware and storm Trenton, New Jersey on Christmas Day in 1776. The boroughs of Bristol and Morrisville are along the Northeast Corridor during and suburban development was accelerated in Lower Bucks in the 1950s with the opening of Levittown, Pennsylvania, the second such Levittown designed by William Levitt. The county's northern regions are renowned for their natural scenery, farmland, colonial history, and proximity to major urban areas. Popular attractions in Bucks County include the shops and studios of New Hope, Peddler's Village, Washington Crossing Historic Park, and Bucks County River Country. Southern Bucks is home to Sesame Place, a family theme park based on the Sesame Street television series. The county boasts many local theater companies, the most famous of which is the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope. Popular tourist sites include Sesame Place, Washington Crossing Historic Park, Peddler’s Village, The James A. Michener Art Museum, Pearl S. Bucks House, The Crayola Factory, Fonthill and the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works. Outdoor recreation can be found throughout the many state and county parks as well as along the Delaware River and at Lake Nockamixon. Visitors enjoy rafting, canoeing, kayaking, horseback riding, rock climbing, hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, swimming, ballooning, soaring and even cross country skiing in Bucks County. Bucks County is known for its many small towns, places like New Hope, Doylestown, Quakertown, Bensalem, Yardley, Newtown, and Bristol. Bucks County is an ideal weekend getaway with restaurants and wineries and theaters make the experience complete. While the local specialty shops and galleries allow you to bring the Buck County experience even closer to home.

Welcome to the Bucks County, Pennsylvania website, your community on the Internet. Here you will find valuable information about Cecil County including coupons, restaurants, shopping, hotels, local businesses, parks, recreation, government, history, transportation, real estate, public services, dining, arts and entertainment, spas, salons, schools, sports, automotive, banking, shops, healthcare, relocation, travel, tourism, and vacations in Bucks County, Andalusia, Bedminster, Bensalem, Blooming Glen, Bristol, Buckingham, Carversville, Chalfont, Churchville, Cornwells Heights, Croydon, Danboro, Doylestown, Dublin, Durham, Eddington, Edgely, Erwinna, Fairless Hills, Fallsington, Feasterville Trevose, Ferndale, Forest Grove, Fort Washington, Fountainville, Furlong, Gardenville, George School, Hartsville, Hilltown, Holicong, Holland, Hulmeville, Jamison, Kintnersville, Lahaska, Langhorne, Levittown, Line Lexington, Lumberville, Mechanicsville, Milford Square, Morrisville, New Britain, New Hope, Newportville, Newtown, Oakford, Ottsville, Penndel, , Pipersville, Perkasie, Plumsteadville, Point Pleasant, Quakertown, Revere, Richboro, Richlandtown, Riegelsville, Rushland, Sellersville, Silverdale, Solebury, Southampton, Spinnerstown, Springtown, Trevose, Trumbauersville, Tullytown, Warminster, Warrington, West Bristol, Wycombe, Yardley and Zionhill. Places of interest in Bucks County include Core Creek Park, Lake Towhee Park, Penns Park, Peace Valley Park, Playwicki Park, Crayola Factory, Ringing Rocks Park, Michener Art Museum, Silver Lake Park, Washington Crossing historical Park, Delaware River, Tinicum Park, Tohickon Valley Park and Delaware Valley College.

 
 
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