Located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Fonthill Castle—a mishmash of medieval, Gothic, and Byzantine styles—turns 100 in 2012. (Courtesy 2daysphotos.com)
Bucks County covered bridge
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The Longwood Estate manor home, a property that dates back to is still on the market. Here's what we love about it.
Fall colors in Washington Crossing, Bucks County Pennsylvania, U.S | by David OMalley
Bucks County, Pennsylvania - Bucks County is home to a number of covered bridges, 10 of which are still open to highway traffic and two others (situated in parks) are open to non-vehicular traffic.
David Kulp (1777–1834) Bucks County, Pennsylvania 1808 Watercolor and ink on paper 6 13/16 x 4 1/2 in. American Folk Art Museum
Situated in what the owner calls a "sleepy Delaware River town," this Bucks County, Pennsylvania, country house is made of scraps from old decommissioned barge boats. - CountryLiving.com
Brandywine River Museum in Chester County, Pennsylvania (home of the Wyeth Museum)
Fall is the perfect time to take a Covered Bridge Driving Tour of Bucks County's 12 remaining covered bridges.