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Bristol Riverside Theater in Bristol, PA photo credit: Anthony Sinagoga


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oldest continually-operating inns in the U.S., having first opened as an inn in 1727. It is home to the recently renovat- ed Logan Tavern and dining areas, which serves a varied, seasonal menu. During the warm weather months, guests can drink and dine alfresco on the patio overlooking Main Street or enjoy live performances by local musicians around the fire pits. The inn boasts three spaces for hosting special occasions, private dinners or corporate events, as well as 16 recently renovated guest rooms.


Bristol Riverside Theatre marked their 30-year anniversary in 2017. Located in the heart of up-and-coming Bristol, the ren- ovated movie-house turned theater hosts more than 200 per- formances each year, including mainstage productions, a summer music fest series and Christmas concert.


Washington Crossing Historic Park celebrated its centennial anniversary with the restoration of its grist mill and the addi- tion of a new garden. It also played host to the seventh annu- al BrewFest in May and October.


Oscar Hammerstein’s Highland Farm Estate has begun its transformation into a museum, as the legendary lyricist’s grandson, William, has granted permission to transform Oscar’s former home and current bed-and-breakfast into a tribute to his grandfather and his music by 2018. It was here that Oscar Hammerstein wrote the words to popular musical plays like Oklahoma!, The Sound of Music, and South Pacific.


Bridge Street Foundation has begun work on The Playhouse Inn, a new hotel and restaurant located in New Hope. Situated next to the famous Bucks County Playhouse, the inn will feature 12 rooms, a 200-seat restaurant run by Food


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Network star and Iron Chef Jose Garces, as well as a small boardwalk along the riverside by 2018.


Ferry Market on Main Street in New Hope is an upbeat food market that serves fresh seasonal pro- duce in addition to healthy and flavorful prepared foods. More than just a market, however, it is fast becoming a must-see destination and a hub of community events.


Boku, one of the fresh new stands at Ferry Market. photo credit: MME


The Bucks County Wine Trail is once again offering its Passport to Bucks. From November to April, Passport to Bucks holders can sample one free wine tasting at each of the participating nine wineries for just $25.


Stone houses are all the rage and are getting national atten- tion thanks to the DIY Network’s hit show Stone House Revival. The show follows host Jeff Devlin through the meticu- lous and painstaking process of restoring and renovating homes, some of which date back to the mid-1700s. So far, the series has featured more than 25 renovation projects.


For fans that can’t get enough historic houses, Visit Bucks County is offering a “Historic Stone Houses: Driving Tour” arti- cle that includes a 2.5-hour drive past 7 homesteads through- out the county. In addition, look for several more houses to make their appearance on the show’s new season, as well as


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