Welcome to Morrisville

The Little Town with a Big Heart
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With three bridges connecting Morrisville to New Jersey’s state capitol, Trenton, Morrisville has close ties across Delaware River.

On most weekdays, office workers from the state capitol stroll across the river for a walk along the River front, the Delaware Canal and through the commercial corridor along Bridge Street for lunch. Efforts are underway to create an easier way for pedestrians to cross Bridge Street to continue along the towpath next to the Delaware Canal. The levee offers a beautiful views of Trenton’s skyline and the Delaware River as it flows past. Morrisville was designated a Audubon Bird Town for good reason.

Quietly Thriving Community

Bucks & Dee March 2012 022Morrisville is a small, self-contained community filled with local pride. With one of the smallest school districts in the state, students and teachers form a special bond with their community. The school’s campus is surrounded by quiet residential streets lined with tidy homes that reflect the pride residents have in their community. The town has several beloved parks that accommodate both sports fields as well as nature trails. These parks also serve as the setting for numerous community gatherings to celebrate holidays, the Mayor’s Labor Day Picnic, and a locally-produced Jazz Festival. Park near the Dike and enjoy a walk along the Delaware River, the Delaware Canal and through this quietly thriving community.

This gem of a town is rich in history, culture and civic pride. Newcomers quickly learn about the colorful history of Summerseat and its significance in national history. Tucked away near the Calhoun Street Bridge and the Delaware Canal State Park, the Actors NET of Bucks County is a superb local community theater offering non-equity actors a chance to perform year round in top-quality productions. It does not take long to learn how passionate the residents are about their community and how special it is. Come, explore the local businesses and community groups that are proud to call Morrisville home.

Basic Information

The local pride can easily been seen in the many organizations that support civic life in Morrisville.

Because you deserve the most up-dated businesses listings, we suggest that you check the website of our partner for the most up-to-date listings for Morrisville businesses.

Parking in Morrisville can be found along most streets, along the levee on DelMorr Avenue and in parking lots behind many of the commercial buildings.

Bike King Cycling
Cultural Attraction
Morrisville Free Library
Cultural Attraction
The Actors’ NET of Bucks County
Address & Phone
635 North Delmorr Avenue • Morrisville, PA 19067 • 215-295-3694
Heritage, Recreation
Delaware Canal State Park and National Historic Landmark
Address & Phone
11 Lodi Hill Rd • Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972 • (610) 982-5560
Address & Phone
Hillcrest & Legion Avenues • Morrisville, PA 19067 • (215) 295-2900