Buckingham is predominately a mix of residential (46%) and agriculture uses (30%). Parks, Recreation and Protected Open Space accounts for almost 7 percent of land use.
Buckingham is brimming with bountiful vineyards. The majority of historic resources in Buckingham Township are located within its twelve villages and date from the 18th and 19th centuries. Each of these communities contains its own blend of architectural, historical, and cultural life that is represented in the built environment.

Performing in a centuries-old barn in the village of Buckingham, the Town and Country Players perform a full season of American theater classics each year. Catch an award-winning drama, slapstick comedy or celebrate the season at the annual Christmas performance.

Lots are typically small or narrow and structures have a pre-20th century origin. Although villages contain historic structures, the development pattern and village elements are the most significant characteristics.

Buckingham Township officials have long been aware of the charm and value of the villages within the township and have taken steps to identify and preserve them. Most of these settlements are covered by village-type zoning districts.

Though Lahaska covers a small area, it is filled with some of the best antiques, shopping and dining around! When planning your next getaway to Bucks County, Lahaska is a must-see stop!

Lahaska is home to Peddler's Village, an 18th century style, outdoor shopping village with more than 65 unique shops sprawled across 42 acres of beautiful gardens and brick pathways.

Located within Peddler's Village, Chaddsford Winery offers a world-class portfolio of regional and seasonal wines. Stop into the tasting room to find your favorite selection.

Add a dash of art to your trip and stop by the Silverman Gallery to check out a selection of Bucks County Impressionist Art from local artists. Admire the variety of Bucks County landscape paintings or pick out your favorite to take home with you. Nearby, the Lachman Gallery showcases the beautiful paintings of Al Lachman, renowned for his colorful interpretations of American barns and landscapes. There are also many seasonal outdoor festivals to attend at Peddler’s Village, like Apple Fest, Scarecrow Festival, Blueberry Fest and Strawberry Fest!