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About New Britain Borough

New Britain Borough, “A Friendly Place to Live”
with MANY Wonderful Amenities…


  • 14 Acre Covered Bridge Park
  • 26+ Acre Wilma Quinlan Nature Preserve & Miriam’s Meadow
  • Miriam Groner Historic Home
  • A Lovely Historic District
  • A Shopping center within walking distance for many residents with a large grocery, a drug store, a bank, various specialty stores and restaurants
  • Historic New Britain Baptist Church
  • Delaware Valley University
  • Historic cemetery with veterans interred from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War and
    World War I Memorial rededicated and restored in 2011 “To All Who Serve”
  • Home of Bucks County Folk Music Shop, the oldest acoustic stringed instrument stores in the United States
  • Pine Valley Covered Bridge built in 1842
  • Home of Peace Valley Tile Works
  • Small town Americana – Fourth of July Parade; Duck Derby; astronomy in the park; children’s summer camp
  • Minutes to Fordhook Farm – the Burpee Estate
  • Minutes to Doylestown, the county seat of Bucks County
  • Minutes to the Mercer Museum, Spruance Library, Fonthill Castle and Michener Museum
  • Minutes to Peace Valley Park and Lake Galena, a county-owned 1,500 acre recreational area
  • Minutes to the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa
  • Minutes to Doylestown Hospital
  • Minutes to Montgomeryville
  • Close proximity to Peddler’s Village in Lahaska, PA and Historic New Hope,PA
  • The Neshaminy Creek runs through the Borough
  • Proximity to several farm stands and farmer’s markets, including pick your own fruits, organic produce, locally raised meats and several award winning wineries
  • Within a hour’s drive to Philadelphia and Philadelphia Airport
  • Buses to New York City out of Doylestown Train Station
  • A few hours drive to the Beaches of New Jersey and Delaware, the Pocono Mountains, Manhattan, NY and Washington, DC



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