New Hope is a borough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USA. The borough lies on the west bank of the Delaware River at its confluence with Aquetong Creek. The two-lane New Hope – Lambertville Bridge carries automobile and foot traffic across the Delaware to Lambertville, New Jersey on the east bank.
The borough is located at the confluence of the Delaware River and Aquetong Creek, which begins its two-mile course in neighboring Solebury Township at Ingham Springs, the most productive spring in Southeastern Pennsylvania. The surrounding area features low, rolling hills, and consists largely of preserved forest and farmland.
New Hope’s primary industry is tourism. On weekends, the streets are crowded with tourists visiting the many restaurants, antique shops, and art galleries, or taking the popular walk along the river and the Delaware Canal. Compared to surrounding communities, New Hope has a vibrant night life. New Hope has historically been a popular spot for Broadway shows.