Yesterday morning on Chris & The Crew, we asked people to call in with the one thing that New Jersey was best known for.  Answers ranged from the NJ Turnpike to TV shows like Sopranos and Jersey Shore.

We didn't want to leave out everyone from Pennsylvania, but it is such a big state that there are very few things that encompass all of PA.

If we asked about Philly, I'm sure we would have gotten answers like cheesesteaks, the Eagles, the Liberty Bell, and Ben Franklin.

I was curious about what answers we would get if we asked , "What one thing is Bucks County best known for?"  I decided to pose that question to co-workers, friends and on social media and here are some of the responses I got:

One person mentioned "quaint,little rustic towns," while others were more specific and said New Hope, Doylestown and Yardley.

 


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  Speaking of quaint, one person said "covered bridges."  

 

 

 

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A few people answered, "Sesame Place."

 

 

 

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Orchards and farms were also popular answers.  Some of the ones that were specifically mentioned included Shady Brook Farm, Styer Orchards, and Solebury Orchards.

 

 

 

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At least one person mentioned coffee, which I'm guessing refers to Bucks County Coffee Co.

 

A few people said Core Creek Park and Tyler State Park.

 

 

 

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One person mentioned Washington Crossing.

 

 

 

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What did we miss?  Please leave your comments below.