Two Areas in Bucks County Among Ten Most Beautiful Towns in Pennsylvania to Visit

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The Parry Mansion Museum, located in New Hope, is a popular historical spot for visitors to check out.

Outside of its famed cities of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has many picturesque places, with two of them in Bucks County. Lisa Wright wrote about the two towns for The Travel.

In fact, Doylestown took the top spot on 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Pennsylvania You Should Visit list.

The town is bursting with picturesque, historic, and cultural attractions that are not only attractive to visitors but also to residents who are looking for a fun day away.  They include Fonthill Castle, Bucks County Civil War Library and Museum, and Peace Valley Lavender Farm.

Best places to dine include 86 West, Nourish by MAMA, and Omiza Restaurant. Meanwhile, you can spend the night at Doylestown Inn, among other great places.

New Hope also made the list in tenth place.

The popular tourist destination has it all. It is filled with picturesque natural landscapes, small-town charm, and a plethora of eclectic things to see and do, such as Bucks County Playhouse and New Hope Railroad.

Sprig & Vine and Stella are among the places to dine, and you can spend the night at River House at Odette’s.

Read the whole list in The Travel.

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