- Our list of the best things to do in Lambertville, New Jersey, features the top 221 nearby activities — including 92 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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The Landing Restaurant, 22 N Main Street, New Hope, PA 18938 MoreLess Info
New Hope Boat Rides provides tours, field trips, and parties for a variety of groups. Tours include an informative narration of history of New Hope as the boat coasts along the Delaware River.
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.
With 9 years of service, Sidetracks Art Gallery continues to feature lively contemporary art, and adventurous pieces. Some features works include sculptures, mixed media, photography, various paper sketches, and painting.
100% 168 votes
6426 Lower York Rd., New Hope, PA 18938 MoreLess Info
Tastings and Tours: Buck County offers a 14 or 15 passenger bus tour that stops at three wineries, and includes lunch. Alternatively, they offer a tour that stops at two breweries and includes lunch.
88% 113 votes
1635 River Road, New Hope, PA 18938 MoreLess Info
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.