Are you looking to switch things up and explore outside of Montgomery County? Michener Museum is just the place for you. Doylestown is alive with great shops, delicious restaurants and now the museum’s new exhibit Walk This Way: Footwear from the Stuart Weitzman Collection of Historic Shoes — a mash-up of art, history, fashion, and architecture!
Bring your fashion-obsessed friends for an immersive historical and visually stunning experience! The exhibit, open from September 24 to January 15, 2023, will feature women who designed, manufactured, sold, and collected footwear, and tell the story of how shoes are not only made for walkin’ but how they have come to be symbols, bringing influence to society.
Explore the 100-plus shoes on display assembled by designer Stuart Weitzman and businesswoman and philanthropist Jane Gershon Weitzman. You will come across shoes from all walks of life, from a pair of satin wedding shoes from 1838 to the iconic red high-heeled shoes from Broadway’s stellar show, Kinky Boots!
Learn more about the new exhibit on their website today. Admission for members is free, otherwise, it’s a $15 entry fee for adults, $13 for seniors, $8 for college students, $5 for children ages 6-18, and free for children under the age of 6.
Explore More of Doylestown
If you’re heading into town, why not make a day or night out of it? There are plenty of places to dine and shop in Doylestown and in the surrounding area!
Vela is a Doylestown favorite for Italian food cravings. Located in the heart of town, the restaurant offers an upscale dining experience with a seasonally driven menu crafted in traditional Italian accents. Come for lunch or dinner to indulge in pizza, pasta, seafood polenta, pork Milanese, striped bass, and more.
A hot new spot on the Doylestown scene this summer has been The Garden Bar at Puck. The former Puck bar has been transformed into an outdoor garden eat & drink spot, featuring local brews, wines, and spirits, along with live music! Be sure to visit before November to enjoy this pop-up site.
For shoppers, there are a variety of places to pop into to simply browse or find something in need! Go for vintage clothing and home decor at Shop Vintage Alley. Shop at Bella Boutique for unique local finds and goods or Something Else Doylestown for fine women’s clothing.
If you still have the time and desire to explore more of the area, make the trip only 8 miles from town to enjoy the fruits of Bishop Estate Winery with their 18 to 21 daily rotating wines. Unsure of where to start? Schedule a tasting with the winemaker to try 6 of the farm’s wines from full-bodied dry reds to smooth whites. As a fun addition, enjoy live music and food trucks on the weekends to pair with a glass!