Bucks County, Pennsylvania, is a beautiful area located north of Philadelphia and bordered by the Delaware River. It is home to Pennsbury Manor, owned by colonist William Penn, and the Mercer Museum which displays tools from the 18th and 19th centuries. If you're looking for outdoor activities to enjoy with your family, Bucks County has plenty to offer. For a unique experience, why not take a flight with a real aviator and explore the blue sky of Bucks County? You'll get a stunning view of rolling hills, sprawling vineyards, and beautiful landscapes as you soar through New Hope, Doylestown, and the Bucks County countryside.
If you'd rather stay on the ground, take a short hike to discover the largest waterfall in Bucks County. If you're looking for kid-friendly activities, there are more than 20 restaurants in Bucks County with outdoor seating. Many of these are near playgrounds or other attractions that children will love. You can also check out the Bucks County Free Library, which has posted a bunch of upcoming events on Facebook that are likely to be outdoors while the weather is nice. For a more traditional experience, explore Bucks County's charming towns and main streets for fantastic shopping and culinary delights. You can also rent a 1946 Aeronca Champ and plan your own flight through the picturesque Bucks County countryside. Finally, don't forget to print out my free treasure hunt before you go!.