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The New Hope Area Chamber of  Commerce keeps a good year-round events listing by month.  Click the following link to their site:  visitnewhope.com  Also view the "Nitelife" and "Entertainment" pages of their website for more information on live music, theatre and entertainment.

111 West Bridge Street. New Hope, PA 18938

(215) 862 - 2520  ​​info@1833umplebyhouse.com

Tube, canoe, white water rafting, sail or kayak.  BYO or rent one here.

The David Library of the American Revolution
(www.dlar.org) is for serious researchers.  Located just outside of New Hope in a set of c.1770 stone farmhouses and barns, they host frequent programs that are open to the public.

Boating on the River, Canal and Lakes

Enjoy a leisurely ride on water while listening to music and an entertaining historical talk about New Hope

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Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, New Hope (www.bhwp.org) is a world-class Preserve on 135 acres. There are 1000 species of native Pennsylvania plants in a naturalistic setting. Open seven days a week year-round. Their website includes a Calendar of Events.

  • Shopping - Browse & Shop in our independently owned art galleries, antique stores, & boutiques.


  • Music Mountain Theatre - Lambertville, New Jersey.  Offers a wide variety of productions for all ages and audiences. For more information and current production schedule: musicmountaintheatre.org


  • Rice's Sale and Country Market - 25 Acres of indoor and outdoor vendors selling everything from Amish products and antiques to Zebras.  Only minutes from the Inn, it is Bucks County's oldest market (since 1860) and a real New Hope original!  Shop with the locals. www.rices.com


  • The Restaurants, Clubs and Theatres of New Hope - Enjoy a delicious dining experience in one of New Hope's 24 restaurants, cafes and lounges.  Many have canal or river views, outdoor seating and fireplaces.  The Bucks County Playhouse, Havana Restaurant to name a few.  Some are BYOB. New Hope also has several Martini Lounges, Raw Bars, Piano Bars, Cabaret Shows, Musical Theatres and Comedy Clubs. To view Dining, Nightlife, and Entertainment options -- most within blocks of the Wedgwood Inn -- visitnewhope.com


  • Museums & Art Shows -  There are 5 nationally prominent museums in the area. The New Hope Outdoor Sculpture Show and other such exhibits are ever changing. 


  • Colonial New Hope Walking Tours - Learn about the interesting history of our 300 year old community. 


  • Towpath on the Canal - Cross-country ski, stroll, bike or ride a horse along the quiet towpath (zero elevation) No More Barges but Plenty of Beauty, The New York Times - read article


  • Kissing Bridges - Bike or drive through our 12 Covered Bridges and re-discover why they are called "kissing bridges."


  • Balloon Rides - Adventure off into the wild blue yonder in a Champagne Hot Air Balloon or in a Classic Bi-Plane.
  • "Outdoor Sculpture" at "Grounds for Sculpture" offers self-guided and docent led tours. Over 200 sculptures are on view in the park, with many new additions added to the grounds throughout the year.  www.GroundsForSculpture.org


  • "Outdoor Sculpture of Stella Elkins Tyler" at Bucks County Community College features a self-guided tour of 9 bronze pieces on permanent display in the gardens throughout this lovely campus (and her former estate).  www.Bucks.edu/gallery


  • Bucks County Winery/Brewery Tours are customized, escorted and private, special tours. You are driven in one of 3 sized vehicles that fit a couple's or group's needs. Will pick up at our Inns! www.TastingsandTours.com

Calendar of Events

Documentary about New Hope by Up River Productions
The natural beauty of New Hope, Pennsylvania, a charming river town, is only surpassed by the beauty of its people who have embraced differences in individuals throughout its history.  Watch the Embraceable You Trailer to catch a glimpse of this award winning documentary and the quaint, progressive village situated on the banks of the Delaware River.