Looking for a good scare this fall? Bucks County is home to a few haunted spots that people travel from all over the country to see. Brittany Brown wrote about the spook-tastic spots for Visit Bucks County.
Known for its connection to several Presidents and the Revolutionary War, Bucks County’s old history also has a few lingering spirits in some of its more antique buildings. Stories of apparitions, ghostly encounters, and meetings beyond the grave with historical figures have been a mainstay in the lore of the county.
Here is a list of some of those haunted spots you can visit this fall…. if you dare:
- Craven Hill, 599 Newtown Rd, Warminster
- Growden Mansion, 5408 Neshaminy Valley Dr, Bensalem
- King George II Inn, 102 Radcliffe St, Bristol
- St. James Episcopal Church, 225 Walnut St, Bristol
- Bolton Mansion, 85 Holly Dr, Levittown
- Continental Tavern, 2 N Main St, Yardley
- Temperance House, 5 South State St, Newtown
- Bucks County Community College’s Tyler Hall, 275 Swamp Rd, Newtown
- Pineapple Hill Inn Bed and Breakfast, 1324 River Rd, New Hope
- Van Sant Covered Bridge, Covered Bridge Road, Solebury Township, New Hope
- Logan Inn, 10 West Ferry St, New Hope
- Aaron Burr House Inn, 80 W Bridge St, Rt. 179, New Hope
- 1870 Wedgwood Inn of New Hope, 111 W Bridge St, Rt. 179, New Hope
- The Inn at Phillips Mill, 2590 River Rd, New Hope
- Gravity Hill, Buckingham Mountain
- Mount Gilead African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1940 Holicong Rd, New Hope
- Hansell Road, Doylestown
- Black Bass Hotel and Restraunt, 3774 River Rd, Lumberville
- Dark Hollow Road, Pipersville
- Haycock Mountain
Read more about the local haunts at Visit Bucks County.