New Hope’s Logan Inn, which predates the Revolutionary War, is also a popular attraction for those looking for ghosts, and it’s believed that no less than eight spirits still haunt the rooms there.Obviously, New Hope also makes a great destination for Halloween: not only is the town’s charm extra heavy during the ambiance of fall harvest season, but there are also Haunted Halloween Rides, pumpkin picking, performances of the Speaking of the Logan Inn: besides being potentially haunted, it also happens to be one of the best restaurants in New Hope -- though the options seem unending.For every quaint artisan's shop, though, there’s also a hidden watering hole, an all-night dance party, or even a high-end sex shop around the corner to keep things interesting.Take a look at all the essentials on your visit to New Hope and Lambertville.
The bridge has a clear marker to signify when you’re technically in Pennsylvania or New Jersey, and there’s nothing like remaking that scene in There are a couple perfect spots to sample wine, starting with the Main Street Wine Cellar, where you can opt for a tasting as the experts craft the perfect selection for you, plus there’s plenty to explore in the cavernous wine cellar downstairs stocked with a diverse selection of bottles.
In many ways, New Hope and Lambertville are artist villages, with numerous venues and events catering to the creative community fostered there.
To get the most of it during your visit, a show at the Bucks County Playhouse is a must; the former gristmill was converted in 1939 and has produced professional new and old shows ever since, ranging from musicals to dramas to cabarets.
Separated only by the Delaware River, the waterside towns of New Hope, Pennsylvania, and Lambertville, New Jersey are both bristling with colorful storefronts, eclectic dining options, open-late bars, and scenic views, and a visit to one wouldn't be complete without a walk across state lines to the other.
With all its small-town quirks, the area remains greatly progressive -- it’s home to one of the biggest LGBTQ parades around -- and attracts its fair share of artists and tourists alike.