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Heritage Conservancy
85 Old Dublin Pike, Doylestown, PA 18901
Heritage Conservancy is a non-profit organization dedicated to historic and open space preservation, planning forMore sustainable communities and wildlife habitat restoration. The organization is headquartered at historic Aldie Mansion, which was established as a private residence in 1927 and can be rented for weddings, meetings and other events.
Bucks County Planning Commission
1260 Almshouse Road, Doylestown, PA 18901
From preserving open space to reviewing development proposals for new construction, the county's planning commissionMore shepherds development county-wide. The commission's staff of more than 30 is headquarted in Doylestown's historic Almshouse building.
Doylestown Historical Society
56 S Main St, Doylestown, PA 18901

The Doylestown Historical Society building is located on S. Main Street near the center of town.

The societyMore was started in 1995 with the mission of preserving the local historic business of Doylestown in a time when newer construction and industry was taking over.

The museum is only open on weekends or by appointment for visitors interested in taking a tour of the building and the various exhibits.

Permanent exhibits include:

Henry Chapman Mercer - A Great Doylestonian - (1865-1930)
 
Wlliam Watts Hart Davis - Doylestown's Foremost Historian - (1820-1910)
 
Dr, William Edgar Geil - Doylestown's Evangelical World Explorer - (1865-1925)

Rich's Cleaners
826 N Easton Rd, Doylestown, PA 18902

Located in the Crosskeys Plaza shopping center in historic Doylestown, Rich's Cleaners takes care of yourMore clothes.

 They offer services such as stain removal, dry cleaning, wedding gown preservation, alterations, rug cleaning, suede and leather cleaning and ironing. 

They also offer special discounts and coupons.

Aldie Mansion
85 Old Dublin Pike, Doylestown, PA 18901

Located on Old Dublin Pike outside of the center of town, Aldie Mansion sits on 10 acres of landscaped property andMore offers a unique venue for weddings and other social events.

The 2,400 square foot atrium inside the mansion can accommodate up to 200 guests and offers an outdoor patio and garden for spring or summer weddings and events. The cost of renting this historic facility varies for the time and duration of the event; interested customers should visit the Web site to check for the most recent rental fees and rules. A floor plan is available online for event coordinating, http://www.aldiemansion.com/floor_plan.htm 

Built in 1927 by leading Doylestown citizens William Jr. and Martha Mercer, the property changed hands several times after Martha's death in 1960. The nonprofit Heritage Conservancy bought the property for $1 and, after a three-year restoration project, reopened it in 1991. Today, the fees from renting the property support the Conservancy's mission of preserving land and historic buildings in Bucks County and beyond.