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Welcome to the Landmark Towns region of Bucks County, Pennsylvania!

Located in the heart of Bucks County, along the Delaware River & Canal, the historic boroughs of Bristol, Morrisville, New Hope and Yardley, PA offer an unforgettable experience. The Landmark Towns communities are rich in history, the arts and culture, recreational opportunities, shopping, dining and heritage attractions.

We invite you attend our events, tour our walkable, historic Main Streets, dine in our fine restaurants or join us for an evening of award winning theatre, followed by a night in a romantic B&B.

Experience and enjoy the Landmark Towns of Bucks County. Find out for yourself why the region has been named one of the "Top 29 Places to Visit in the World" by Sherman's Travel and one of the "Top 20 Sightseeing Destinations" by LIFE Books.

Recent 2013 Events

Delaware Canal Festival

The Delaware Canal Festival was a big success in Bristol and Morrisville on June 21-22, 2013. This was due, in part, to the sunny weather, live music, great attendance and our generous volunteers and sponsors.

We extend our sincere gratitude for the support and community involvement with this event. We literally could not have done it without you!

The Festival is sponsored by Landmark Towns of Bucks County, the D&L National Heritage Corridor and Friends of the Delaware Canal.

View photos on our Facebook page.

National Trails Day 2013

National Trails Day was celebrated across the nation on June 1, 2013, but here in Bucks County it was the four-legged hikers that enjoyed it the most. Approximately 20 canines and 30 humans participated in the guided dog walk sponsored by Landmark Towns of Bucks County and the Delaware & Lehigh (D&L) National Heritage Corridor.

The 2.5 mile walk along the D&L Trail (Delaware Canal towpath) in New Hope was led by Sarah Berg, Environmental Education Specialist with the Delaware Canal State Park. Delicious treats for canines and humans awaited hikers at the Locktender's House on South Main Street, provided by downtown businesses—Jake & Elwood's House of Chews and The Last Temptation.

"We were delighted with the attendance," said Barbara Swanda, Landmark Towns manager. "The participants enjoyed the event—there were lots of wagging tails!"

View photos on our Facebook page.