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Situated in downtown Lambertville, Highlands Art Gallery features a wide array of artwork by local, regional, and national artists, all available for sale. The gallery also offers wedding and holiday gift registries.
The Haas gallery is owned and operated by local artist, painter Gordon Haas. The gallery features his oil paintings which depict landscapes from his own Bucks County home area alongside his paintings of European settings as well.
Featuring regularly rotating exhibits, Wessel + O'Connor Fine Art showcases the work of regionally and nationally recognized artists. Past exhibits have included contemporary work such as still life, portraits, and retro prints.
Crossing Vineyards & Winery produced its first vintage in 2002 and has since won over 120 medals for the wines created on site. Guests can enjoy the tasting room along with tours of the bottling room and barrel room.
An Irish-themed restaurant and bar, Looney's Pub also hosts live music and special events. The bar features a wide array of pub food, and features outdoor seating areas and dining rooms that can be rented for special events.
Retaining much of its earliest architecture, the Hays House earned a place on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Glimpse the daily life families during the Federal period of American history or attend historically-themed events throughout the year.
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.