Only a two hour drive from New York City, New Hope is an eclectic, hipster gem, nestled in the suburbs of Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Book a romantic getaway at the Logan Inn, right in the center of town. They have free guest parking and a romantic restaurant located on-site.
New Hope is unique because I felt like it transported me into the 90s. The old school playhouse catches the eye of many tourists, as well as the vintage vibes seen throughout the town emulated in the cafes, restaurants, and shops.
The shops were my favorite part of this visit. Each had funny and unique signs to lure customers in. In hidden corners I found gloomy figures (pictured below) and wonderfully decorated windows.
New Hope is right at the border of New Jersey, in fact, at their infamous draw bridge on Bridge Street, you can take a picture standing between their state lines.
There’s no shortage of Brunch and food options in New Hope. I heard Marsha Brown’s has the best crab cakes in town and an enjoyable ambiance. The Farm to Glass Taproom is located across from the Playhouse. They offer a variety of one-of-kind farm crafted brews.
The Parry Mansion Museum is a wonderful historical stop to learn more about the history of New Hope.
Around town you will find many other cute boutiques from Native American shops, to gourmet chocolates you can take home to family, a Grateful Dead “Headquarters,” and many more unique ends you can step into for your gateway fulfillment.
New Hope’s infamous Boomer the Dino-Dog!