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Cultural Offerings

Bucks County Playhouse - Yes, its back! The beloved Bucks County Playhouse re-opened Summer, 2012 with Neil Simon's Barefoot In The Park! The totally revamped Theatre has shows 6 days a week from Tuesday-Sunday with matinees on Thursday, Saturday & Sunday plus evening performances Tuesday-Saturday. Ticket prices from $29 - $54.

Fonthill Museum
Henry Mercer (1856-1930) built Fonthill as his home between 1908 and 1912. The concrete castle boasts 44 rooms, 18 fireplaces and more than 200 windows of varying size and shape. The interior walls, floors and ceilings are elaborately adorned with an incredible array of Mercer's original handcrafted tiles. Recently featured on A&E's "America's Castles."

Grounds For Sculpture
35 acre sculpture park and museum established in 1992 to promote a greater understanding and appreciation for contemporary sculpture.

Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum
The Farmstead Museum is dedicated to the preservation of Hunterdon County's agricultural heritage and is housed in the restored three story bank barn. The exhibits cover the tools and equipment used by the farmer to raise and harvest the crops while others show the domestic chores of the farmer's wife. Early examples of now common implements and appliances give the visitor a sense of passing time.

Howell Living History Farm The farm is an educational facility open to the public that preserves and interprets farming life and processes from the era of 1890-1910.

James A Michener Art Museum
The James A. Michener Art Museum opened in 1988 as an independent, non-profit cultural institution dedicated to preserving, interpreting and exhibiting the art and cultural heritage of the Bucks County region. The Museum is named for Doylestown's most famous son.

Mercer Museum
In this amazing tower-like castle, you will see dramatic displays of the furnishings, folk art and implements of early America. The collection of some 50,000 objects documents the lives and tasks of early Americans through the tools that met their needs and wants prior to the Industrial Revolution, or about 1850.

Off-Broadstreet Theatre
5 S Greenwood Avenue, Hopewell, NJ (609) 466-2766
Off-beat, fun dessert-theatre located in Hopewell, just 15 minutes from the Inn.
Open Friday-Sunday only.

Princeton NJ & University Tours
Princeton Tour Company offers Historic Walking Tours, Albert Einstein Walking Tours, Architectural Walking Tours, Literary Greats Walking Tours - even a Princeton Movie Tour! The list goes on and on! If you are interested in visiting Princeton University or Princeton, New Jersey, these scenic walking tours are the perfect way to see the nation's most loved Ivy League town. Bike tours are available as well throughout town and Princeton University.

Red Mill Museum
Visit the most photographed spot in New Jersey and one of the top ten most photographed buildings in the US, located in the charming Village of Clinton, just 15 minutes from the Inn.

Revolutionary War Sites in Hunterdon County, New Jersey - New Jersey played a significant role in the Revolutionary War. George Washington spent more time in New Jersey than anywhere else during the war. Check out where he spent time in Hunterdon County and elsewhere in our historic State!

Roxey Ballet
Roxey Ballet is a progressive and diverse contemporary dance company producing Out-of-the Box dance performances that redefine the way audiences view "Ballet." The Company is based in Lambertville, NJ;

Tyler Formal Gardens - Tyler Formal Gardens were built in the early 1930s on a hilltop overlooking Neshaminy Creek in Bucks County. They served as an "outdoor parlor" for George F. and Stella Tyler, original owners of the property. The gardens currently reflect early twentieth-century horticulture, and originally were greatly influenced by larger French and Italian gardens.

Washington Crossing State Park
Visit the site where General George Washington and men of the Continental Army and militia crossed the Delaware River on Christmas night 1776 and marched to Trenton, New Jersey.

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Innkeepers Tim and Marissa Bebout ·
194 Main Street · Flemington, NJ 08822 · 908-782-4928