Fall is a wonderful time to enjoy shopping, dining, and the wonderful sights in Bucks County, PA
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The Mercer Museum in Doylestown is operated by The Bucks County Historical Society which also operates Fonthill Castle, former home of the museum's founder, archeologist Henry Mercer.
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BUCKSCOUNTYALIVE.COM is one of the largest community websites serving Bucks County, PA, a beautiful region of dynamic downtowns and bucolic farms and forests. Bucks County is in the southeastern corner of Pennsylvania, bounded by the scenic Delaware River and Hunterdon County, NJ to the east and Philadelphia to the south. Bucks County has been named one of the top tourist destinations in the world, renowned for its covered bridges, arts and antiques, and friendly, welcoming residents. Read More

In 1682, Bucks County was created by William Penn who named it after Buckinghamshire in England, and built the country estate Pennsbury Manor in Falls Township. Many places in Bucks County were named after locations in Buckinghamshire, including Buckingham Township, Wycombe, named for the town of High Wycombe; Chalfont, named for the parish house Chalfont St Giles; andSolebury Township, named for Soulbury. Bucks County was split into three counties, including Northampton County in 1752 and Lehigh County in 1812 . On December 26, 1776, General George Washington launched his successful attack on the British and Hessian troops in Trenton, NJ, which was a turning point in the American War of Independence. Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania and Washington Crossing Historic Park were named to commemorate the event.

Whether you live, work, play, vacation, or shop in Bucks County, check out our comprehensive directories to area businesses, restaurants, music venues, and much more. Looking for something to do? Our events calendar is always buzzing with thousands of events in and around Bucks County! As you explore what our county has to offer, BucksCountyAlive.com can be your richest source of information.

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