SIGHTS AND LIGHTS
Bucks County’s spectacular hillsides, river views, and villages make it worthy of a Currier and Ives Christmas card. You simply must get to Bucks by the year’s end. We have listed just a few of the very special places to visit in our beautiful area this holiday season.
Lights of Peddlers Village
Literally just a few minutes from our front door at HollyHedge Estate, stroll an enchanted Village and sip tasty hot beverages. Find perfect gifts in 60 specialty shops and boutiques. Enjoy fine dining or casual fare in your choice of restaurants. Ride a 1920s carousel and play in the arcade. See a magnificent display of Gingerbread Houses, as well as a display of thousands of twinkling lights throughout the village.
If you would rather drive than walk, or an open wagon is your style….
Experience the magic of more than 3 million lights illuminating acres of farmland at Shady Brook Farm’s Holiday Light Show! Encounter whimsical displays and familiar characters as you drive through in the comfort of your own car or enjoy the show on an open air wagon ride (weather permitting). The two mile trail takes about 20 min. to drive through if you’re taking your time to enjoy the sights.
Warm up with a cup of hot cocoa and cook up s’mores at a toasty bonfire.
Find More Christmas Lights Near New Hope, Lambertville and surrounds
Patch.com has put together a list (with directions) to help you find the best displays on private streets all around our area. Get your inspiration for next year from dozens of local Clark Griswolds. Enjoy!
Thursday, December 26 on Main Street.
The Bucks County Justice Center will host a celebration with an outdoor Menorah lighting at 5 p.m. followed by music, latkes and doughnuts inside. There will also be crafts and a Ventriloquist Shlokes Show.
Choices abound, take your pick. Area restaurants pull out all the stops for your holiday celebration.
Museums, Covered Bridges, Winery Tours, Brew Pubs, Historic Sites Washington Crossing the Delaware for Pete’s sake….
SPEND THE NIGHT, OR TWO
Spend a night, by the fire, every room overlooking the Delaware..