Doylestown serves as the county seat of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Picturesque and historic, this borough of roughly 8,000 residents is home to an eclectic bunch of businesses and activities. It was named the Best Small Town Cultural Scene in America by USA Today in 2019 and has received a handful of other national accolades including “Best Fun Suburban Town.” Doylestown’s Cultural District includes Mercer Museum, Fonthill Castle, Michener Art Museum, Moravian Tileworks, and the Bucks County Civil War Museum. Also popular is The County Theater, which shows independent movies and hosts special events. Doylestown is also home to 10 parks covering 80 acres, providing many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.
Doylestown’s rich history began in 1745 when Willian Doyle built a tavern at the intersection of roads linking Norristown, New Hope, Easton, and Philadelphia. It became the county seat of Bucks County in 1813, and was incorporated in 1838. Doylestown soon had its own railway and trolley stations, but never experienced substantial industrial development. It was known for housing a collection of tools and utensils from Henry Chapman Mercer called “Tools of the Nation-Maker” at the Bucks County Historical Society, which was later renamed the Mercer Museum. After a series of booms and busts, Downtown Doylestown was revitalized in the 1990’s by marketing itself as a bucolic tourist destination and a summer town for wealthy residents of Philadelphia and New York City.
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