You’ll never be bored in Bucks County!

Enjoy these fun, educational and exciting activities with the whole family!

This list of 25 awesome things to do will have you wanting to get some free time for a trip not too far from Long Island…

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  1. BounceU, Langhorne
    Whether you’re looking for a great place for a kid’s birthday party or just looking to bounce the day away, you will not be disappointed by this inflatable, indoor kid’s park!
  2. Bowman’s Hill Tower & Wildflower Preserve, Washington Crossing
    Feel like you’re on top of the world when you climb to the top of Bowman’s Hill Tower. Then enjoy the beautiful scenery while picnicking in Washington Crossing Park and hiking through 134-acres of Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve.
  3. Brunswick Zone XL, Feasterville
    The Brunswick Zone XL in Feasterville is your one-stop-shop for arcade games, laser tag and bowling! Don’t forget to keep score as you and the family bowl one of their 48 all-star lanes. Game on!
  4. Bucks County Children’s Museum, New Hope
    With 10,000-square-feet of fun, the Children’s Museum is a space where your kids can design their own race car, work in a market, play “junior doctor,” climb a mountain, dig for buried treasure and so much more!
  5. Bucks County River Country, Point Pleasant
    Considered the “World’s River Tubing Capital,” enjoy a scenic ride down the Delaware River with the entire family. The company offers various adventures including a full moon night trip, lunch at the Riverside Café and relaxing tubing.https://res.cloudinary.com/simpleview/image/upload/c_fill,f_auto,h_500,q_75,w_760/v1/clients/bucks/Kid_Fun_at_Giggleberry_Fair_d8bf1f43-3c43-4fab-9883-021d2c4e1bcf.jpg
  6. Carousel Village, Wrightstown
    Located in the center of Bucks County, Carousel Village has been a hub for shopping and family fun for decades. Shop at the organic market and other variety shops. Then take a ride on the authentic Herschell Spillman Carousel (circa 1890).
  7.  Children’s Theatre, Various
    Bucks County is home to many grand and beautiful theatres which offer children’s programs. Check out Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, Bristol Riverside Theatre in Bristol or Newton Theatre in Newtown.
  8. County Theater, Doylestown
    Located in Doylestown, County Theater is community-based theater and specializes in independent, art and foreign films that originally opened in 1938. Also, check out their Saturday kid’s matinees.
  9. Doylestown Rock Gym & Adventure Center, Doylestown
    The only indoor rock climbing facility in Bucks County is located in Doylestown. Packages for all ages and ability levels are offered as well as walk-in packages, climbing lessons and adaptive climbing.
  10. Giggleberry Fair at Peddler’s Village, Lahaska
    Located in Peddler’s Village, Giggleberry Fair is Bucks County’s one-and-only obstacle course that is three stories high! Spend time running through the levels, riding the grand carousel, winning prizes from the arcade and eating at the Painted Pony Café.https://res.cloudinary.com/simpleview/image/upload/c_fill,f_auto,h_500,q_75,w_760/v1/clients/bucks/Top_view_of_Kids_Castle_a03a3ef6-7fed-4dba-becb-888eed30a00a.jpg https://res.cloudinary.com/simpleview/image/upload/c_fill,f_auto,h_500,q_75,w_760/v1/clients/bucks/Michener_kids_table_Jeff_Fusco_fall_2015_8f2cc4be-fbbd-4823-82e9-1ea38033a24a.jpg
  11. Ice Cream Parlors & Cafes, Various Locations
    If you’re looking for something sweet, Bucks County is full of places for for ice cream, crepes and baked goods a la mode. Taste some of our county’s delicious treats from Owowcow or Zebra Striped Whale in Newtown, Nina’s Waffles in Doylestown and New Hope, or Uncle Dave’s in Yardley.
  12. Kid’s Castle, Doylestown
    Located in Doylestown’s Central Park, Kid’s Castle is a kid’s dream come true! Climb and play on this eight-story wooden playground complete with slides, swings, a treehouse and a rocket ship.
  13. Mercer Museum & Fonthill Castle, Doylestown
    Housed in castle are over 40,000 American artifacts including a Conestoga wagon, horse-drawn carriages and more at the Mercer Museum. Experience one of “America’s Castles” and view the various exhibits with your kids.
  14. Michener Museum, Doylestown
    Once an old Bucks County jail, this attraction was transformed into an independent, non-profit cultural institution that exhibits arts, has a café and gift shop and offers various family-themed activities and other programs.
  15. Moravian Pottery & Tiles Works, Doylestown
    This National Historic Landmark is considered a “working history” museum where handmade tiles are still produced. Explore a piece of Bucks County’s history and get the chance to purchase handmade reissues of tiles and mosaics.https://res.cloudinary.com/simpleview/image/upload/c_fill,f_auto,h_500,q_75,w_760/v1/clients/bucks/Sesame_Place_father_and_daughter_on_flying_fish_a8dea873-0e47-4f5b-9c70-96f83de71a56.jpg
  16. New Hope & Ivyland Railroad, New Hope
    Step back into the golden age of rail travel by taking a ride on the New Hope & Ivyland Railroad. View the beautiful scenery as it passes by while enjoying on-board narration and the exquisite design.
  17. Nockamixon State Park, Quakertown
    This 5,286-acre park is inclusive of Tohickon Creek, Three Mile Run, Haycock Run and Lake Nockamixon. Go swimming, picnic, bike, hike, fish, ice skate, sled and more with your family.
  18. Pennsbury Manor, Morrisville
    Jump back to the 17th century and enjoy this historic Bucks County landmark! Pennsbury Manor is a reconstruction of William Penn’s home on the Delaware River. Go explore the attraction’s 43-acres filled with gardens, stables, outbuildings and manor house.
  19. Ringing Rocks Park, Upper Black Eddy
    Home of Bucks County’s tallest waterfall, Ringing Rocks Park is a great place for a picnic and wilderness exploring. While there, don’t forget to listen to the ringing of the boulder fields when the rocks are struck.
  20. Sesame Place, Langhorne
    Located by Oxford Valley Mall, Sesame Place is a popular theme park for kids. Meet Elmo, Big Bird, Grover and many more Sesame Street characters. You’ll also enjoy all the rides, shows and parades that the park has to offer.             https://res.cloudinary.com/simpleview/image/upload/c_fill,f_auto,h_500,q_75,w_760/v1/clients/bucks/Hayride_at_Shady_Brook_Farm__ac861a27-740d-429c-b981-609c0dbee158.jpghttps://res.cloudinary.com/simpleview/image/upload/c_fill,f_auto,h_500,q_75,w_760/v1/clients/bucks/Demonstrations_at_Washington_Crossing_Park_8940320c-f56b-42bf-89ce-b9b792d7b126.jpg
  21. Shady Brook Farm, Yardley
    Established over 100 years ago, Shady Brook Farm always has a fun event scheduled, whether it’s the Holiday Light Show, HorrorFest or PumpkinFest.You can also enjoy Uncle Dave’s Homemade Ice Cream and get the chance to pick some fresh fruits and veggies!
  22. Skip’s Candy Corner in Peddler’s Village, Lahaska
    Visit “The Best Candy Store in Bucks County” and satisfy your sweet tooth! Enjoy fudge, gourmet pretzel and candied apples, as well as other nostalgic candies.
  23. Sky Zone Trampoline Park, Levittown
    Get ready to jump, play on the SkySlam courts, play Ultimate Dodgeball or take a SkyFit fitness class at the world’s first indoor trampoline park. Go have fun and defy gravity with your kids!
  24. Snipes Farm and Education Center, Morrisville
    Snipes offers various hands-on learning about farming and nature. Experience their Fall Harvest weeks, visit the animals and become one with nature here!
  25. Washington Crossing Historic Park, Washington Crossing
    Filled with rich American history, Washington Crossing Historic Park is a great place to learn, explore and have fun with the kids! See the place where George Washington and his men crossed the Delaware River in 1776 or experience one of their events such as Harvest Days or their Fourth of July Celebration.


Written by: Alexa Johnson, Public Relations Manager



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