Frog Hollow Farm

Address: 401 Frogtown Road, Kintnersville, PA 18930    Reservation Line: 610.847.FROG (3764)

Historical and Cultural Attractions

County TheaterCounty Theater – Located in nearby Doylestown, the County is beloved as one of a precious few remaining hometown art-deco movie theaters, committed to art house films and other out-of-the-mainstream fare. Sitting proudly at 20 East State Street, the County was originally built in 1938 at the depths of the Great Depression, providing a few hours’ escape from the dullness of grinding poverty for those lucky enough to afford admission. Today, it’s locally owned and preserved by a nonprofit organization. Box office hotline 215-345-6789, ext. 6


Fonthill CastleFonthill Castle – The concrete castle home of eccentric Henry Mercer boasts 44 rooms, 18 fireplaces and more than 200 windows. Its walls, floors and ceilings—all of poured concrete—are elaborately adorned with an incredible array of Mercer’s original handcrafted tiles. Featured on A&E’s “American Castles.” Rt. 313 & E. Court St., Doylestown.   215-348-9461


Michener MuseumJames A. Michener Art Museum – The “art and soul” of Bucks County, showcasing regional artists and hosting nationally touring exhibits. Features an exquisite collection of Pennsylvania impressionist paintings, particularly from the New Hope School. 138 S. Pine St., Doylestown. 215-340-9800


Mercer MuseumMercer Museum – This towering castle houses dramatic displays of the implements, folk art and furnishings of early America before mechanization, including 40,000 tools of more than 60 early American crafts and trades. 84 S. Pine St., Doylestown. 215-345-0210


Moravian Tile WorksMoravian Pottery & Tile Works – This National Historic Landmark and working history museum is a “must see.” Built by Henry Mercer adjacent to his Fonthill home, it welcomes visitors to explore the famous decorative tiles and mosaics that adorn the walls, and to watch how the tiles are fired. The wonderful on-site tile gift shop is strongly recommended for beautiful gifts not available anywhere else. 130 Swamp Rd., Doylestown.   215-345-6722

Bucks County Playhouse – One of America’s famous playhouses dating back to 1939. Lavishly restored in 2012, this converted 18th century Delaware River mill  features year round plays, musical concerts and cultural eventsbucks-county-playhouse-355[1]. On Golden Pond, Barefoot In The Park, Meet Me In St Louis, Summer of 42, Grease, Love Letters and Rocky Horror Picture Show are a sampling of the past performances. Featured cast members include such actors and actress as Kevin Kline, Tyne Daly, Robert Redford, Dick Van Dyke, Eli Wallach, James Earl Jones, George C. Scott, Leslie Nielson, Walter Matthau, Jack Klugman, Zero Mostel, Helen Hayes, Alan Alda, Hugh Cronyn, Jessica Tandy and John Lithgow. Neil Simon’s “Come Blow Your Horn” and “Barefoot In The Park” both debuted there before they appeared on Broadway!   70 South Main St., New Hope.  215-862-2121

Pearl S. Buck HousePearl S. Buck House & Historic Site – Have a guided tour of the Pulitzer and Nobel prize-winning author’s (“The Good Earth”) 1820’s stone farmhouse and grounds. 520 Dublin Rd., Perkasie. 215-249-0100


Sellersville TheaterSellersville Theater 1894 – A tried-and-true live music treasure in Bucks County, offering an intimate (seating capacity under 400) and welcoming ambiance. Known for its great sound quality and unobstructed viewing, the Sellersville Theater is a vital stop on the Northeast Circuit (Philadelphia/Atlantic City/New York) for top-name performers in a multitude of genres and venues: blues, rock, folk, singer/songwriter, jazz, bluegrass, country, Celtic, oldies and comedy.

Washington HouseMake it a night to remember and reserve dinner beforehand at the Washington House, a historic Victorian restaurant that is adjacent to the theater. You won’t even have to move your car. 24 West Temple Ave, Sellersville. 215-257-5808