Stay the Night in a Haunted Hotel: Three Pennsylvania Inns to Check Out if You Dare!

There are some spooky places in the mid-Atlantic region — where those who walk the halls, walk alone in the dark in the lonely hours of the night. Do you dare to stay in these haunted hotels? Logan Inn Logan Inn, in the heart of New Hope, in Bucks County, PA, is one of the […]

Rediscovering the Arts and Crafts Movement at the Moravian Pottery

A wall of tiles in Fonthill Castle. No visit to Doylestown, PA would be complete without a visit to the Moravian Pottery & Tile Works, adjacent to Fonthill Castle, which local archeologist, collector, creative genius Henry Chapman Mercer designed and built. In fact, both the Moravian Tile Works and Fonthill Castle came out of Mercer’s […]

Walking the Delaware Canal North of Lumberville

The 60-mile long Delaware Canal towpath runs from Easton to Bristol and is a National Recreation Trail. Once trod by mule teams pulling cargo-laden boats along the canal, the towpath is used today by walkers, joggers, bicyclists, cross-country skiers, fishing enthusiasts, and bird watchers. The author, doing what she does wherever she goes in the […]

Discover Bucks County with the 24 in 24 Challenge

Little girl jumping rope is a touch of whimsy at the Pearl S Buck House. Bucks County PA is a picturesque county, with lovely farmland, rolling hills, and historic little towns. Numerous historic homes, many dating to the 1700s, dot the countryside. There is so much to see and do in the historic Bucks County! […]

1740 House: A Place of Peace and Meeting New Friends

The Delaware River has its place in history and of course, MidAtlanticDayTrips. This is not the first time I’ve covered parts of the river, from Gen. George Washington’s celebrated Revolutionary War crossing to upstream to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, or downstream to the lighthouses in its bay! The river is steeped in […]