Attractions & Activities in Warminster PA

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  • 363 W Bristol Rd Warminster, PA 18974
    We are a photography studio / photography classes....
  • 84 S. Pine St. Doylestown, PA 18901-4930
    A towering, dramatic concrete castle houses the collection of the Mercer Museum. Inside, find displays of the folk art, furnishings, and household implements of early America. There is also gift...
  • 84 South Pine Street Doylestown, PA 18901
    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"....
  • P.O. Box 709 Buckingham, PA 18912-0709
  • 1641 Old York Rd. Warminster, PA 18974
    Headquarters of General Washington, August 10-23, 1777 with 11,000 troops camped nearby. Here Lafayette and Pulaski joined the army. The most historically significant house in Bucks County has been...
  • 130 Montgomery Ln. Rural Valley, PA 16249-1308
    Award-winning fruit and grape wines. Vineyard features 18 varieties of grapes. Full line of wine-making supplies and gift shop. Tours when available.
  • 130 E. Swamp Rd., Route 313 Doylestown, PA 18901
    A working history museum producing handmade decorative tiles in the arts and crafts style. Tour includes orientation video and self-guided walk through. Ceramists demonstrate tile making processes.
  • 103 Court St. Newtown, PA 18940-1911
    The Newtown Historic Association seeks to preserve Newtown's history and culture. The association operates the Research Center and Barnsley Room of Newtown History that holds records documenting...
  • 2999 Street Rd Bensalem, PA 19020-2055
    Visit Philadelphia Park for an exciting day at the Races. The park features living thoroughbred racing on Saturday through Tuesdays with daily simulcasting. In addition, the park features three...
  • Old Iron Hill Rd. New Britain, PA 18914
    Built in 1842 of native hemlock and pine, this bridge is also known as Iron Hill Bridge. The bridge crosses Pine Run Creek, which was named for the hardy neighboring pine trees.
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