Walk back through time by taking an interest in the story of Newton. The historical roots in the area are deep and you can explore them by visiting the Court Inn. This facility is home to a large collection of deeds, wills, and diaries all related to the town. Photos, maps, and genealogical records are also available for viewing. A special collection by folk painter Edward Hicks is also on display for you to enjoy. After a visit to Court Inn, you will likely keep returning since there is so much to see and learn.
A visit to the Red Tulip Gallery will fill those interested art and handmade items with delight. Take a piece of the gallery home with you as different art types are available for purchase, including woodcarvings, pottery, and paintings. Baskets, blown glass, and jewelry are found inside the gallery as well. A trip to this venue will allow you to select one-of-a-kind gifts for yourself or loved ones. Be sure to check the gallery’s schedule when you are interested in attending a special event. The gallery hosts demonstrations, art classes, and unique exhibits at different times throughout the year.
A Love for the Outdoo
With so many parks and recreational areas in Newton, the city is a year round playground for outdoor enthusiasts. Chandler Park is perfect for sports lovers as it is home to baseball fields, softball fields, and batting cages. You can also catch a little league game at this large complex and cheer on your kids and their baseball-loving friends. Helen Randle Park features ball fields, basketball courts, and playgrounds. A walking trail with exercise stations is found throughout the park as well. Different events take place here throughout the year, including the Bucks County Hero Scholarship Tournament.