Doylestown Borough

Doylestown Borough: While the Borough of Doylestown was officially incorporated in 1838, the origins date back to 1745 when William Doyle opened the William Doyle Tavern on the corner of 611 & 202. Located 27 miles north of Philadelphia, and 80 miles west of New York City, Doylestown has been serving as the county seat since 1813. Home to the Mercer Museum, James A Michener Art Museum, Fonthill, Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, the art deco County Theatre, it stands out as the regional center of culture and nightlife. Accessible to Philadelphia and outlying areas by the Septa rail line, and Septa bus line. Doylestown Borough is part of the Central Bucks School District.

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