If you’re interested in Bucks County Real Estate, you’ve probably read the reasons why a home here is a great place for couples to raise children, enjoy retirement, or enjoy life in a community that offers almost everything to everyone. Bucks County has an exciting nightlife, historically significant landmarks, excellent cuisine and a year-round flurry of events. But what do you do on a lazy Sunday when you just want to take in some of the nice things the county has to offer?
Visit a State Park
Take in the outdoors. Go hiking, fishing, canoeing, camping, have a picnic, go for a bike ride or enjoy other outdoor activities at one of the many parks or nature centers. Parks adorn Bucks County from North to South: Tyler State Park, Tinicum Park, Peace Valley, Ringing Rocks, Neshaminy State Park, Towhee Park and others.
Stop by A Museum
Get a feel for the history of Bucks County in the pre-industrial age at Mercer Museum & Fonthill Castle. See tiles and mosaics from the turn of the last century at Moravian Pottery & Tile Works. View the art and cultural heritage of Bucks County at the Michener Art Museum. Enjoy history and culture at with the family, on a date or at your own pace.
Visit a Farm
Dozens of farms are open to the public across the county. Many offer pick-your-own fruits and vegetables so you can take your food right off the vine and enjoy it in your next home-cooked meal. You can watch the horses and cattle graze, lambs and goats roam or see the chickens roost. You can visit the farmers and taste their goods by visiting them at one of the many markets over the weekend.
See a Play
Forget the movies, see a live production and enjoy the thrill of the stage. Bucks County is home to a number of playhouses with their own troupes and schedules including The Bucks County Playhouse, Bristol Riverside Theater and State Theatre Center for the Arts.
It’s easy to find a way to spend your Sunday in Bucks County. The real question is, “Where should I start?”