New Hope, located in Bucks County, PA is one of those cute historic towns that have become popular for shopping, great food, seeing the sites, and for finding beautiful art pieces.

New Hope, located in Bucks County, PA is one of those cute historic towns that have become popular for shopping, great food, seeing the sites, and for finding beautiful art pieces.

New Hope, Pennsylvania is a quaint small town with a rich history and tons to do. Here are 5 things to love about this popular Bucks County destination.

5 Things I Love About New Hope, Pennsylvania

New Hope, PA - Pedestrian walk over New Hope-Lambertville Bridge at sunrise.  Delaware River, New Hope, Pennsylvania.

New Hope, PA - Pedestrian walk over New Hope-Lambertville Bridge at sunrise. Delaware River, New Hope, Pennsylvania.

Bucks County- New Hope PA:NJ Line

5 Things I Love About New Hope, Pennsylvania

Bucks County- New Hope PA:NJ Line. One of my favorite places to stop by and walk around, grab some lunch/dinner/drinks, and check out some of the more interesting little shops!

New Hope-Lambertville Bridge, Delaware River, Lambertville, New Jersey & New Hope, Pennsylvania

New Hope-Lambertville Bridge, Delaware River, Lambertville, New Jersey & New Hope, Pennsylvania take you home to see my family

One of my favorite road trips - Bucks County, PA when the leaves change. Stumbled upon New Hope, PA along the Delaware. Cute town with great restaurants and shops.

One of my favorite road trips - Bucks County, PA when the leaves change. Stumbled upon New Hope, PA along the Delaware.

In a newly built house near New Hope, Pennsylvania, for example, designer Bela Rossman of Polo Design Build chose the gray-green stone to co...

The Guild: Scott Seuren of Bucks County Soapstone

In a newly built house near New Hope, Pennsylvania, designer Bela Rossman of Polo Design Build chose the gray-green stone to complement Arts & Crafts style cabinetry built by Crown Point Cabinetry.

"New Hope, Pennsylvania," Richard Evett Bishop, oil on board, 12 x 16", private collection.

"New Hope, Pennsylvania," Richard Evett Bishop, oil on board, 12 x 16", private collection.

A loved one is swept off her feet by a returning GI in the aptly named town of New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1945

1945 - A staff sergeant kisses his lady as peace replaces war. The above signage at the "New Hope" train station in Pennsylvania says it all. Optimism and happiness caught by a snapshot in time.

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