Another Bucks County Town Has Been Named One of the Most Charming in Pennsylvania

Image via Borough of Doylestown.
The local town was listed as one of the best in the state.

Another popular town in Bucks County has been ranked one of the best in the entire state, with other local areas making the list as well. Emily Zemler wrote about this town and others for PureWow.

Doylestown has been listed as the 12th most charming town in the state of Pennsylvania. From the wide array of shops to the top-quality homes scattered throughout the area, it is a one-of-a-kind destination for those looking for a new home.

For those looking to enjoy Bucks County’s local history, the town is replete with spots to visit. Fonthill Castle, the Mercer Museum, the Michener Art Museum, and the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works are just a few popular spots for locals and visitors.

With multiple connections to famous stars in the music and entertainment industries, the town has become synonymous with a culture of cool that has made it a popular destination for those near and far.

Two other nearby towns have also made the same list. New Hope was ranked as the top chairman town in the state, and Yardley was listed as the sixth.

Read more about Doylestown at PureWow.


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