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Provincial judge Jeremiah Langhorne was the inspiration for naming this Bucks County borough, which is a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Previously, Langhorne was known as Attleboro, and also as Four Lanes End, when it was just an intersection in the 1600s. Check into one of the local bed and breakfast inns, and you’ll experience a step back in time, to when the town was a refuge for soldiers during the Revolutionary War. A traditional hotel doesn’t replicate those times, which will enrich your historic weekend getaway. In addition to the Revolutionary War, Langhorne played a part in the Civil War. Princeton and New York were connected via the Underground Railway, passing through this town. You will be back in modern times, however, when this sunny day sweeps the clouds away. It’s time for a visit to Sesame Place! Everything’s A-OK here with Cookie Monster, Elmo, and Big Bird, who host your during the shows, rides, parades, and other fun you’ll find here! Quaker leader, and American artist Edward Hicks was born here. So much to learn about Langhorne, this historic cross roads that just keeps on growing with the passing of every century!
Below are the Bucks County Inns member B&Bs that
offer lodging accommodations in or near this Town.
111 West Bridge Street (County Road 179), New Hope Boro, PA 18938-1401
Distance 10.00 miles.

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