Philadelphia August 26, 2017
This Charming Town Near Philadelphia Is Perfect For A Day Trip
There are so many cute towns around Philadelphia, but if you’re looking for the ultimate day trip destination, look no farther than New Hope and Lambertville! These twin towns feature charming shops, delicious restaurants, and plenty of history to enjoy. Start off at any of the quaint coffee shops for breakfast and you’ll be set to shop and stroll all day long.
New Hope and Lambertville are neighboring towns on each side of the Delaware River in Bucks County, PA and Mercer County, NJ.
New Hope is well known for its historic sites, such as the Bucks County Playhouse, which has been around since the 1930s.
In both towns, there are plenty of spaces to dine outside, where you can people watch and enjoy the scenic charm of these historic places.
The New Hope & Ivyland Railroad is one of the top attractions in the area - take a quick tour of Bucks County on the vintage rail line before exploring both towns.
You'll find something new each time you visit - like this tiny house that you can stumble upon walking through New Hope.
You will love wandering through the art galleries, antique and oddity shops, and stores featuring items crafted by local artisans.
Walking to Lambertville involves crossing a cute bridge, and you can shop and stroll for hours here.
There's no better day trip than visiting New Hope and Lambertville, which are located only about 45 minutes from Center City, Philadelphia.
For more information on the New Hope & Ivyland Railroad, which is a great way to spend part of your New Hope and Lambertville Day Trip, check out
This Epic Train Ride In Philadelphia Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience.