Bucks County Roofing, Siding, and Windows
Historic and idyllic Bucks County is the fourth-most populous county in Pennsylvania. Part of the Delaware Valley, the county is known for its historical significance, gorgeous architecture, and charming towns, including its county seat Doylestown.
William Penn founded Bucks County in 1682, naming it after Buckinghamshire, the county where he lived in England. He built a country estate called Pennsbury Manor, still located in Falls Township within Bucks County.
Bucks County's history includes significant events in the Revolutionary War, but today is known for its abundance of art, shopping, and culture. Common destinations include the Mercer Museum, covered bridges, Peddler's Village, Sesame Place, Parx Casino, Philadelphia Park Racetrack, and Tyler State Park.
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