Bucks County, PA is less than 2 hours away from NYC and has lots of family fun to offer. When you are looking for a getaway, heading to Bucks County offers a little something for everyone.
Our first stop in Bucks County was Peddler’s Village. Christmas time is a wonderful time to visit as it is illuminated with an interesting light display. To view the display of lights, please click here.
Peddler’s Village offers unique shops, restaurants, entertainment and fun for all. And, lucky us, we were able to find some great Christmas decorations at 50 % off. Love it! Clothing, toys, and shops with specialty foods are a browser’s delight.
Shopping at The Nut Kettle
To enjoy what Bucks County has to offer, we stayed in The Golden Plough Inn. A spacious suite for the five of us gave us the space we needed to relax after a busy day. Click here to view our room and the amenities that The Golden Plough Inn offers.
A favorite of my girls in Peddler’s Village is Giggleberry Fair. Indoor fun for all ages. Click here to see how we spent our time in Giggleberry Fair.
Down the road in New Hope, we spent the evening at the New Hope & Ivyland Railroad to journey to the North Pole on the North Pole Express. We took a step back in time and traveled on a steam locomotive. Click here to view on experience on the New Hope & Ivyland North Pole Express.
Our next stop in Bucks County took us to Langhorne, PA to Sesame Place. During the winter months, Sesame Place becomes A Very Furry Christmas. Click here to view our experience in Sesame. The girls loved A Very Furry Christmas and the magic of the parades, rides and shows.
Thank you to Visit Bucks County for making the arrangements for our visit. Thank you to Peddler’s Village for providing us with accomodations, meals and passes to Giggleberry Fair. Thank you to the New Hope & Ivyland Railroad for providing us with tickets to the North Pole Express. Thank you to Sesame Place for providing us with passes for A Very Furry Christmas. In these reviews, all thoughts and opinions expresses are my own.