Lower Bucks County is known for its rich past and many historical sites. Comprised of the southern section of the county from Second Street Pike (Route 232) and Wrightstown Road, this area is where William Penn founded Bucks County in 1682 and created Pennsbury Manor, one of Lower Bucks County’s most popular historic locales.
Bucks County has a populace of more than 620,000 and covers 608 square miles of scenic landscapes. Although accessible to major highways, many of the county’s pathways are rural, winding roads affording travelers amazing views of the area’s beautiful countryside.
History is deep-seated in Lower Bucks County, and many reminders of the past live on. Visitors enjoy viewing the magnificent historic mansions along the Delaware River, exploring the 300-year-old village of Fallsington and touring the famous Washington Crossing Historical Park.
Along with historical attractions, an abundance of entertainment and recreational opportunities await. Interactive theme parks, outdoor fun, gaming facilities and great dining and shopping possibilities are endless. Additionally, strong economic development, a convenient location and quality schools make this an ideal place to establish a business or raise a family. In short, Lower Bucks County has it all—a fascinating heritage, an exciting present and a promising future. Welcome!