Visiting Historic Yardley Borough
Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Yardley Borough is located on a pristine section of the Delaware River and is bisected by the Delaware Canal. Idyllic Lake Afton forms the center of town. Yardley’s restaurants are located on or near these scenic waterways and are accessible to hikers and bikers. The town provides a great atmosphere for a before or after dinner stroll through its scenic and historic streets.
Bucks County is rich in history and abounds in family activities. A visit to Yardley’s eclectic dining establishments could be paired with a trip to Sesame Place near the Oxford Valley Mall or a tour of Washington Crossing Historic Park, just 3 miles up the Delaware River.
Yardley Borough is conveniently located off exit 51 of I-95. The borough has a Septa Regional Rail Train Station seviced by the West Trenton line to and from Philadelphia and surrounding communities. New Jersey Transit’s Trenton Train Station is a short drive for visitors from the Princeton or New York City areas.
Yardley Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to visit Historic Yardley Borough!