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Weekend Fun for Families in Bucks County: Things To Do With Kids December 24 – 26

Not sure what to do this weekend? We have you covered with so many fun things to do with your kids.

All Weekend

Festival of Trees at the Pearl S. Buck House

Pearl S. Buck House & Historic Site 520 Dublin Rd, Perkasie, PA

Each year during the Annual Festival of Trees, the rooms of Pearl S. Buck’s iconic Bucks County stone farmhouse come alive with the glow of holiday decorations. The event showcases beautiful trees and vignettes designed by Bucks County’s best artists, decorators, and local community groups.

Christmas at Feeney’s: Dept. 56

Feeney’s 1134 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville, PA

Feeney’s is a worthwhile place to visit during any time of year, but holiday season is where it becomes especially magical. Dept. 56 museum offers an interactive display of miniature villages like North Pole Series and even Harry Potter for your littlest Potterhead!

The North Pole Express and Santa’s Steam Spectacular on the New Hope Railroad

New Hope Railroad 32 W Bridge St, New Hope, PA

Meet with Santa on the steam locomotive pulling Santa’s Steam Spectacular and share your Christmas wishes with him. Sip hot chocolate and enjoy a freshly baked cookie while singing along with the railroad’s roaming musicians as they play Christmas carols. The North Pole Express offers […]FRI24December 24 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm 

Holiday Lights Meander: 30-Minute “On Your Own” Timed Holiday Experience

Fonthill Castle 525 E Court St, Doylestown, PA

Explore the special 2021 Holiday Lights Meander route with your loved ones gazing at the splendor of the holiday decorations of historic Fonthill Castle. Knowledgeable tour guides will be available along the holiday route to answer your questions and make this a seasonal experience to […]$5 – $25FRI24December 24 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm 

Celebrate the Holidays at The Bucks County Children’s Museum

The Bucks County Children’s Museum 500 Union Square Dr, New Hope, PA

The Bucks County Children’s Museum strives to provide an environment that welcomes ALL young learners through universal design and thoughtful accommodations. Reserve your weekend or holiday date to play on their website! Masks are required for all guests ages 2+.FRI24

Trail of Cheer

Northhampton Municipal Park 281 Hatboro Rd, Churchville, PA

Take a walk for the holidays and enjoy the wonders of the holiday season. Stroll the paths of the Northampton Municipal Park and take in the sights and sounds during daylight hours.

A Very Furry Christmas at Sesame Place

Sesame Place 100 Sesame Rd, Langhorne, PA

During the holidays, Sesame Place is transformed into a Christmas wonderland with millions of twinkling lights and festive decorations all around. Their 1-2-3 Christmas Tree show features an illuminated pixel-based tree, that will project festive animated images while guests can sing and dance!

Wild Lights at Elmwood Park Zoo

Elmwood Park Zoo 1661 Harding Blvd, Norristown, PA

With new lights and decorative attractions, and with more animals on exhibit, this year’s Wild Lights is sure to be brighter than ever! Take a stroll through a glistening forest, or visit with big cats in Trail of the Jumping Jaguar.

Shady Brook Farm’s Holiday Light Show

Shady Brook Farm 931 Stony Hill Rd., Yardley, PA

More than 3 million lights illuminate the farm with fantastic displays at Shady Brook Farm’s Holiday Light Show. You can drive through in the comfort of your own car, or enjoy the show on an open-air wagon ride.

Friday, December 24, 2021

Christmas Eve Services with Children’s Sermon

St. Andrew’s Evangelical Lutheran Church 450 E Butler Avenue, New Britain, PA

December 24 @ 4:00 pm & 8:00 pm

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service with special music and Holy Communion. (children’s sermon at 4pm service).

Saturday, December 25, 2021

69th Annual Christmas Day Crossing Reenactment

December 25 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Gather on the banks of the Delaware River to watch the reenactment of George Washington’s 1776 Christmas night river crossing. Reenactors in Continental military dress listen to an inspiring speech by General Washington before rowing across the river in replica Durham boats. Witness a memorable experience that is unique to our area. The actual crossing begins at about 1 PM and visitors can stroll along the walking bridge and enjoy the colonial houses set around the battleground. Admission is free! 

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