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Visit Peddler's Village in historic Bucks County. Discover a historic Bucks County village with charming colonial-style buildings, award winning gardens, distinctive Bucks County shopping and much more.
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Cool little village with shopping & places to eat. Across the street has outlet shops.
Peddler’s Village offers small-town colonial charm just one hour from Center City Philadelphia. With festivals for every season, 60-plus stores for shopping and the just-for-kids Giggleberry Fair area, it’s no wonder the Bucks County attraction is a big hit!
Fun place to visit and wander the eclectic mix of shops at Peddlers village. My grandchildren love the toy store :) In the fall there are many activities including a scarecrow contest and a very impressive ginger bread house contest.
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“Henry Mercer had the vision to collect the tools that built America. He was likely viewed as quite an eccentric when he began his quest, but thanks to him he preserved artifacts and tools that you will only read about in history books. The building itself is just as interesting as the collection and as a child, this was one of my favorite places. It's a wonderland for kids to explore. My father had antique printing presses that he used to make our family Christmas cards on every year and I am proud that one of his presses is in their permanent collection.”
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“Equity theatre has returned to the famous Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, Pa. Offering quality live entertainment year ‘round, the Playhouse is just steps from our Wedgwood Inn bed breakfast.”
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“Overlooking the Delaware River, this classic American upscale restaurant & bar is pure classic Bucks County! Pricey, good food & drinks, but really...it's all about the view & location. Take a stroll across the bridge are on the towpath before or after you dine!”
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“Farm with the largest assortment of peaches and nectarines in season, apples in the fall and assorted other fruits, baked goods, jams and more. Around the back they've opened a little bar with many varieties of hard cider on tap made from their apple crops. Tastings available. Closed on Sunday.”
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“This "castle" is as fascinating as the man who built it, Henry Mercer. Well worth the time to see his former residence that is one of a kind. Especially spectacular is their Christmas decorations that occur every year in that holiday season.”
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