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Tour Bristol Borough’s National Register Historic District on your own time and at your own pace!

This historic walking tour is designed to start near the town’s wharf, but you may follow any path that you’d like. The numbers on the map will show you where you are. As you immerse yourself in the history and stories of Bucks County’s oldest town, be sure to enjoy our museum, shops, and restaurants along the way.

With the use of a smartphone, tablet, MP3 player, or computer, you can enjoy more than three hundred years of Bristol’s history and focus on what interests you.

Smartphone, tablet or computer:

Click on the “Start Tour” tab located at the top of the page.

MP3 Players:

Download the MP3 audio files here. Then extract the MP3 files to your device.

Once you have that done, download and print the map. Head to Bristol Borough and follow the tour using your audio player and map.

Don’t have your own device?

Borrow an audio player from the Grundy Library, 680 Radcliffe Street. Be sure to bring your own headphones, or purchase a pair ($2) at the library. Devices must be returned 15 minutes prior to closing.


If you have questions, contact the Grundy Museum via this web form.

This tour was made possible by a United Way Community Impact Grant and is a collaboration of the Bristol Borough Community Partnership, Bristol Cultural and Historical Foundation, Bristol Riverside Theatre, Conwell-Egan Catholic EAST Program, Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Museum and Library, and The Artists of Bristol on the Delaware.


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