Welcome to Yardley

An historic Bucks County village
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A block from Main Street, the Delaware Canal divides the commercial core from the quiet residential neighborhood.

Walk along the shady towpath and enjoy the neighborly greetings from fellow trail users as well as from residents enjoying their yards adjacent to the path. Local residents are happy to share their bucolic town with visitors. Life is anything but dull in this lovely village. During the summer and fall, the Yardley Farmers’ Market is the place to be on Saturday mornings from 9 am to 1 pm. Buttonwood Park creates a welcoming setting and the organizers are very creative with themes and activities. Consequently, the Market became an instant success their first year. Their second outdoor season will run through October when they move indoors for the winter.

A Classic Small Town

Yardley-PumpkinsMusic on Main offers a busy schedule of live, outdoor music in downtown on Saturday evenings. The Old Library on Afton Lake is so breathtaking that it has become a favorite for local photographers and painters  throughout the year. Generations have fond memories of ice skating on the frozen lake and fishing throughout the summer. For a week before Halloween, hand-carved pumpkins line the canal at night for Canal-o-ween. Visitors and residents stroll along the towpath to see the creative work by young and old, professional and amateur carvers. Visitors and residents join in the fun by carving their own pumpkins for display at Carv-o-ween on the Sunday before Canal-o-ween. The Yardley Business Association hosts several community events throughout the year, including a Beerfest, Harvest Day and the Holiday parade. Yardley is quintessentially a landmark town.

Basic Information

Many people work hard to make their community as inviting and beautiful as possible

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 Yardley businesses.

Parking is available along north bound Main Street and in public parking lots behind Main Street, accessible from Afton Avenue and Buttonwood Park (turn next to the Yardley Bike Shop.)

Cultural Attraction, Recreation
Yardley Farmers Market
25 S. Main Street • Buttonwood Park • Yardley, PA 19047
Firehouse Cycles
Cultural Attraction
Artists of Yardley
Address & Phone
949 Mirror Lake Rd • Yardley, PA 19067 • (215) 493-1205
Heritage, Recreation
Delaware Canal State Park and National Historic Landmark
Address & Phone
11 Lodi Hill Rd • Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972 • (610) 982-5560
Cultural Attraction, Heritage
Garden of Reflection 9-11 Memorial
Address & Phone
1950 Woodside Rd • Yardley, PA 19067 • 267-274-1100
Cultural Attraction
Yardley Community Centre
Address & Phone
64 South Main Street • Yardley, PA 19063 • (215) 493-0258
Cultural Attraction
Bucks County Performing Arts Center
Address & Phone
1140 Edgewood Road • Yardley, PA 19067 • 215 - 493 - 3010