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  • Writer's pictureSarah Jayne

Family Itinerary for a Weekend in Bucks County, PA

Updated: Apr 23

Spring is in full swing, and it’s time to get out for some family fun.

Here’s my two-day itinerary for a visit to Bucks County, PA.

We started our Saturday at Bucks County Children’s Museum, where the kids enjoyed digging for artifacts, riding in a hot air balloon, and much more.

For lunch we stopped at Station Taphouse, which is located in the historic train station in Doylestown.

We spent the afternoon exploring Fonthill Castle, which was the home of American archeologist and tile maker Henry Mercer, which is now a museum. The Castle sits on 70 acres of land, which offer beautiful trails to explore.

We ended day 1 with pizza at the delicious Select Pizza & Grill in Warrington. You can NOT go wrong with their Margherita flatbread.

Day 2 was full of outdoor fun. We started at Kid’s Castle in Doylestown, a huge playground built for kids of all ages and abilities. I can honestly say it’s the neatest community playground we’ve ever been to.

Then we spent most of day 2 at Peddler’s Village - a storybook village with charm galore, stunning gardens, and a wide range of shopping and dining.

We enjoyed lunch at Buttonwood Grill, one of the many on-site restaurants to choose from, and then ended our adventure at Giggleberry Fair with some game room and carousel fun.

Bucks County has a lot to offer families and in two days, we barely scratched the surface, so we’ll certainly be back to share more of what this beautiful region has to offer.

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