Introduction to Warminster, Pennsylvania
Warminster is located in the Delaware Valley in Bucks County. It was named after Warminster, England. It's part of the Greater Philadelphia metropolitan area. The region has a large number of historic sites.
Warminster and nearby Attractions
- Warminster Days
- Michener Art Museum
- Pennsbury Manor
- Bucks County Playhouse
- Washington Crossing Historic Park
- Moravian Pottery and Tile Works
- Moland House
- Parade at Sesame Place
The Delaware River is popular for a variety of activities. The region's Neshaminy, Tyler, Ralph Stover and Delaware Canal state parks are available for recreational activities. The Oxford Valley Golf Course is situated in the county. The area includes the notable Silver Lake Nature Center.
Lake Nockamixon is the largest lake in the county and is available for swimming and boating. Playwicki Park is a large acreage situated near the picturesque Neshaminy Creek and is utilized for a variety of recreational activities. A wide assortment of activities and entertainment are offered in nearby Philadelphia.
Air travel is offered at the Philadelphia International Airport. Bus and rail services are available.
Warminster Higher Education
Delaware Valley College, La Salle University in Newtown and Bucks County Community College are located in the region.