- The list below includes 215 free or cheap things to do in or near Doylestown, Pennsylvania, including 108 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Playgrounds, Movie Theaters and Art Museum.
- From Kids' Castle to Pearl S. Buck House, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Doylestown and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Philadelphia, Trenton, New Hope and Quakertown.
Located in the palatial home of Henry Chapman Mercer, the Fonthill Museum features scenic grounds as well as a large collection of art and artifacts, including some of Mercer's own tiles. Tours are available, and the museum hosts weddings.
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32 N. Broad Street, Doylestown, PA MoreLess Info
Located in the heart of historic Bucks County is the Bucks County Civil War Round Table Library & Museum. The library and museum houses rare artifacts from the civil war and a collection of first edition books, periodicals and more.
Bucks County Food tours is an excursion company that offers tours of restaurants in the surrounding area that serve ice cream, meat, vegetables, and baked goods. The company has a Meet and Greet tour and a Vegan Voyage tour.
Charged with preserving and interpreting the past of local culture, Bucks County Historical Society is in charge of the Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle. The castle includes 44 rooms of unique and artistic architecture.
Home to the only surviving residence of a former Colonial Pennsylvania Governor, Graeme Park is a magical piece of land. The beautiful home sits on 42-acres of land that includes lush grassy hills, a garden and a serene lake.
Rice's Market started in 1860s as a livestock and product action on Tuesdays. By the 1950s, the market grew to over 400 vendors offering produce to home decor six days a week, and today, over 8,000 shoppers weekly shop there.
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750 Montgomery Glen Drive, Lansdale, PA 19446 MoreLess Info
A 12-theater movie multiplex in the Frank Theatres chain, the Mongomeryville Stadium 12 screens primarily newly released Hollywood films. The theater offers stadium seating, as well as fully digital video and sound.
Presenting a collection of over forty exhibits, the Wings Of Freedom Museum celebrates the history of Pennsylvania aviation. The museum displays an array of artifacts including vintage flight helmets, flight gear, air missiles and service medals.