This is of interest to anyone who lives in a house, is interested in architecture or pottery in any form. The tours are very complete and informative and the guides very knowledgeable. On an adjacent site the Mercer Museum is filled with historical tools and shows life in the early part of the 19th and 20th century. We used Moravian Tiles in our kitchen remodel and they are always noticed. The entire site is called the Mercer Mile and includes Henry Mercer's home. The Spruance Library also features colonial history and ancestral studies. Doylestown, PA itself is a nice place to walk around, and is the county seat of Bucks County PA, one hour north of Philadelphia. On the Delaware River be sure to visit New Hope PA and Washington's Crossing, PA for more history and sight seeing. Be sure to visit Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, too.
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