America's Favorite Towns 2013

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Reflections by Ruth Photography

The votes are in for T+L readers’ best-loved small towns, from Vermont to Utah.

No. 13 Doylestown, PA

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This Bucks County township has taken center stage at key historic moments, hosting George Washington and his soldiers during the Revolutionary War and sending the first wave of Union troops to join the Civil War. T+L readers ranked it No. 1 for museums, including the imposing Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle and the James A. Michener Art Museum. More surprising, Doylestown beat out several coastal cities to earn a No. 3 ranking for seafood shacks, including the 25-year-old local mainstay Lobster Claw.

America's Favorite Towns 2013

No. 13 Doylestown, PA

This Bucks County township has taken center stage at key historic moments, hosting George Washington and his soldiers during the Revolutionary War and sending the first wave of Union troops to join the Civil War. T+L readers ranked it No. 1 for museums, including the imposing Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle and the James A. Michener Art Museum. More surprising, Doylestown beat out several coastal cities to earn a No. 3 ranking for seafood shacks, including the 25-year-old local mainstay Lobster Claw.

Reflections by Ruth Photography
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