- TripBuzz found 148 things to do with kids in or near New Hope, Pennsylvania, including 139 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Trenton, Doylestown, Princeton and Flemington.
- From Bucks County Children's Museum to New Hope Historical Society, the New Hope area offers 109 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Children's Museums, History Museums and Botanical Gardens.
- New Hope is a small borough located within Pennsylvania's Bucks County. Situated on the banks of the Delaware River, the small community is primarily a tourist destination. Known for its waterfront views and river recreation, the area is also popular for antique shopping, casual dining, annual fairs and festivals and its vibrant nightlife.
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Grab a gift card for Royal T’s restaurant within The Mansion Inn, a boutique inn located in the historical landmark town of New Hope
Built to inspire the minds of children is the Bucks County Children's Museum. The exhibits throughout the museum are set to educate youth on the workings of everyday life and include a general store, a construction site, a play factory and town square.
Organized in 1958, the New Hope Historical Society is located in the historic Parry Mansion and collects and preserves various family papers, letters, genealogy information, and oral history relating to the people and past of New Hope.
Visitors can hop aboard a 1920s steam locomotive on the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad. Guests can ride in the passenger coaches, or if the weather is nice on the open air coaches, while on the nine mile round trip through Bucks County while listening to narration about the area.
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Many prominent actors have graced the stage at the Bucks County Playhouse including Dick Van Dyke, Grace Kelly, Angela Lansbury, and Walter Matthau. The theater has also been used to open many plays that have been successful on Broadway.
New Hope-Lambertville Toll Supported Bridge, originally constructed in 1904, is supported financially by other toll bridges that cross the Delaware River, although no tolls are collected at this site. The bridge is popular with walkers who stroll between New Hope and Lambertville.
Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve has over 800 native plants, including 80 rare, threatened or endangered species that visitors can explore on the 2.5 miles of hiking paths. The preserve also has areas that can be rented including Preserve Pond, Captain James Moore Pavilion, Gazebo in the Woods, and the Auditor…
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.
Used as a strategic point in the revolutionary war, Goat Hill Overlook features wide views of the Delaware River as well as local connecting bridges. Picnic tables are available, as well as a trail that leads to Washington's rock.