One of the best things about growing up in Philadelphia is that there are plenty of neighborhoods and quaint towns within a short drive away. Doylestown is one of those towns that I’d hear a lot about growing up, but I’d never actually been inside of. Sure, we’ve driven through it on our way to drive up the Delaware Water Gap to Easton, PA, but we’ve never actually visited Doylestown – until this day that is.
Doylestown, PA is a suburb in Bucks County that’s super beautiful this time of year. Originally our plan was to go to try to see some of the changing leaves, but we ended up spending most of our time on Main Street, walking and enjoying some of the sites.
I think one of my favorite parts of our time walking around Doylestown is that it’s a small town with so much character. I love visiting small towns with a number of local stores, beautiful homes, and fun coffee shops to go to. We surprisingly did not grab a cup of coffee that day because it was too late by the time we actually got there to grab one (if we wanted to sleep that night), but there were quite a few shops that we bookmarked as places we’d love to try when we have a little more time.
We did get to see some pretty trees with leaves that were changing colors and it’s definitely getting me pumped for the rest of the fall season. It’s been 90 degrees for a while here in the city, so I’m thankful for those little reminders that fall is here.
Here’s some photos we snapped while we were there!
What are some of your favorite places in your area to visit to see some of the leaves change colors?