The Reserve at Spring Mill

Things To Do In Bucks County in March

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We have just begun to break ground on our new community in Bucks County, The Reserve at Spring Mill! At The Reserve at Spring Mill, you’ll have easy access to Spring Mill Country Club and the attractions in Doylestown and New Hope, state parks, farms, restaurants, and more. Here’s a list of fun activities coming up this March in Bucks County!

Delaware River Towns Restaurant Week

This is a five-day celebration showcasing the incredible talent around the area. Participating restaurants are expanding to showcase their chefs, local farmers, brewers, winemakers, and more! Whether you are seeking fine or casual dining, international or local fare, there is something for everyone! From March 1st-5th, enjoy special prix-fixe menus from restaurants in Lambertville, New Hope, Stockton and more!

Visit the Parry Mansion 

Take a walk through 125 years of history at Parry Mansion. Created by the New Hope Historical Society, this Museum has a mission to preserve important national and local symbols of history. Join in one of their many events throughout the year, including a Lecture Series, Garden Tour, and Spring Garden Party.

The Ferry Market

Walk around and taste some samples at the locally sourced, Ferry Market, in New Hope. This market also features different social events throughout the year and is a great place to meet your neighbors.

Visit the Rice’s Sale & Country Market 

From antiques to home goods, exploring the Rice’s Sale & Country Market is a fun way to browse and get inspired. This market spans across 30 acres and is named the oldest and largest flea market in Bucks County. Eat samples and gather business cards of local businesses as you go on an excursion through history.

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