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Visit Bucks County
Few regions have the character, allure and ability to withstand the test of time as adeptly as Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Tucked neatly within Philadelphia’s Countryside amid rolling hills, working farms and picturesque old-time towns, Bucks County is characterized by a particularly inviting landscape.
The area is home to scenic countryside, historical delights, charming accommodations, miles of vineyards, gourmet dining, marvelous museums and enjoyable shops.
Bucks County’s historic towns, scenic parks, kid-friendly attractions, miles of vineyards, charming main street shops and more sit just 25 miles outside of Philadelphia.
The 622-square-mile region — and its popular attractions like Peddler’s Village, Parx Casino, the Mercer Mile, Bucks County Playhouse, Washington Crossing Historic Park, Sesame Place and more — welcome excited visitors all year long.
Bucks County is located 25 miles from Philadelphia, 75 miles from New York City and 150 miles from Washington, D.C., making it easily accessible by car and train.
For more on visiting this area, explore the trip-planning information for Bucks County by clicking below.
Philadelphia is a city of vibrant neighborhoods bordered by a region of charming towns, with each area owning a distinctive personality. Explore the neighborhoods and towns in and around Philadelphia — their storied streets, interesting attractions, buzzed-about restaurants and year-round happenings.
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