Newtown Township's unique small town charm combined with the booming metropolis, culture and arts of nearby, Philadelphia, Allentown and New York City makes it a family friendly city with endless opportunities. Recently, MONEY magazine and CNN/Money spent months looking for Great American towns, where one would want to raise children and celebrate life's milestones. Newtown was a contender for the title of "Best Places to Live" as well as "Best Places to Retire."
Founded in 1692 by William Penn, Bucks County has had a long and distinguished history. Purchased from the Leni Lenape Indians, Penn named the area my "New Township," eventually evolving to Newtown Township. Through the years, the area has rapidly changed from farmland to neighborhoods.
Newtown Township offers a multitude of family fun, including the arts and culture of nearby cities as well as the countless outdoor recreational possibilities. Offering performances for audiences of all ages, the area provides residents off-Broadway productions to children's theater, to a full lineup of outstanding shows at the community theaters. Close to the Delaware River, one can create their own adventure by biking, boating, swimming or horseback riding in the lush outdoors. Additionally, the area offers some of the region's finest wines, presenting nine wineries for tasting and tours.
Whether it's the diverse historical opportunities, the friendly people or the beautiful neighborhood, Newtown Township and the surrounding communities afford a quality of life second to none. The combination of small town charms within a short distance of several lively metro areas make Newtown Township a great place to call home.
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