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Valley Forge Driving Tour From Philadelphia
"Take a day away from Philadelphia to visit Valley Forge National Historic Park in King of Prussia PA! Depart Philly in the comfort of a private minivan reaching the park in roughly 30 minutes depending on traffic. Your tour includes a drive around Valley Forge National Historic Park where you will see regimental monuments and re-creations of the huts used by the troops who camped here. explore and take photos across the park! You’ll visit the site of George Washington’s headquarters and the Washington Memorial Chapel built in the early 1900's to commemorate this unique part of history. Throughout your drive your guide will share stories and historical information. You'll also have a chance to stop at the park's Visitor Center
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Philadelphia Brewery Tour
"Get to know Philadelphia’s thriving beer scene on these guided morning brew tours. Chat with brewery owners and learn about the equipment used to make beer the brewing process and best of all what the different kinds of beer taste like — up to 15 of them in fact. On this original brew tour meet the guide in downtown Philly then hop in a bus and travel to four unique breweries. Learn about the different types of beer as well as the history and specialty of each brewery. Stops may include Flying Fish Brewing Company Philadelphia Brewing Company
From $90.00
 
Philadelphia Happy Hour Pub Crawl
"Meet across from Philadelphia's City Hall in the evening and soak up the buzzing atmosphere as people conclude their work day. Like many of them you’ll head to your first happy hour destination. With your guide choose three bars to fit the group’s interests preferences and vibe. For instance you can head to an Irish pub with a local flare or visit the oldest continuously operating bar in the city dating back to 1860 where the beer is crafted just steps away from your table. Some of the places you may visit include Philadelphia Brewing Company
From $49.00

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Antique Car Show

In the summer of 1969, we attended an antique car show in New Hope. This is a show that has been held every year since 1957, and is still being held. We drove there in our 1932 Plymouth. We belong to...
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See it from the train

New Hope & Ivyland Railroad steams through the hills and valleys of Bucks County starting from the old train station on West Bridge Street. Everything is so close, between the train, canal, bridges,...
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Bridge across the Delaware River

Well.. you can try and park at New Hope or go over to Lambertville, New Jersey, and park there. Lambertville is a twin city of New Hope and is very nice also... with shops and restaurants etc. So.. it...
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Getting to New Hope

New Hope is located about 40 miles north of Philadelphia and 75 miles west of New York City. The two major roads that go through New Hope are PA Route 32 and PA Route 179. Both roads are accesible...
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There is metered parking...

There is metered parking available but if you can't find anything after a look around, just head for one of the lots and pay the $5 or so for all-day parking. Mechanic Street has several parking lots...
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Things to Do Near New Hope

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Washington Crossing Historic Park

Before we went up and climbed the Bowman Hill Tower, we visited the Historic Park. We saw the Old Ferry Inn, and we went into the visitor's center and saw the replica of Emanuel Leutze’s famous...
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Bowman's Hill Tower

One of the places we visited in 1969 when we lived near Philadelphia was Washington Crossing and of course we had to climb the 125 foot tower that was on top of Bowman’s Hill. On a clear day, you can...
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Washington Memorial Chapel

This beautiful Chapel was built in 1903. It is a Gothic Revival style design and was constructed as a tribute to George Washington for his service to the Untied States. Currently, the church is an...
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Morris Arboretum & Gardens

Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania is quite a big area for walking (92 acre), full of gardens and parks with fountains,that is located between suburban and the city center. The...
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Fairmount Park Horticultural Center

Many people don't realize that Philadelphia has a park that is bigger, more beautiful and sprawling than Central Park in New York, called Fairmount Park. It's a fine place to walk, hike, explore,...
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Manayunk

Manayunk) is a neighborhood in the northwestern section of the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the United States. Located on the banks of the Schuylkill River, it contains the first canal begun...
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Pawtuxet

"New Hope, Pennsylvania ~ bordering New Jersey"
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bct341

"New Hope... A unique art village"
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jelw

"Village of artists on the river"
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kazander

"A great weekend away"
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littlesam1

"New Hope - An Eclectic Village"
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