Whether you're looking for family fun or a trip back in history, you'll find it right here in Morrisville, Named for Robert Morris, financier of the American Revolution, Morrisville offers wide open parks, playgrounds, historical sites, walking and biking paths, fishing spots, and much more. We may be a small borough but we offer more than meets the eye. So Make It Morrisville and enjoy yourself!
Summerseat, the name given the Victorian mansion at the corners of Legion and Hillcrest Avenues, has been the home of two signers of the Declaration of Independence, George Clymer and Robert Morris, for whom the town of Morrisviile is named. SEE MORE
Graystones is located at 800 Crown Street, Morrisville, PA and is where William Penn met with members of the Lenape Indian tribe under a white oak tree in 1682 to negotiate the first land-purchase survey in Pennsylvania .
Robert Morris; American statesman, signer of the Declaration of Independence and financier of the Revolutionary War was a prominent figure in American history. SEE MORE
Williamson Park, 147 N Delmorr Avenue, Morrisville, PA. Visit their Facebook Page.
A walk along the 60-mile-long towpath of Delaware Canal State Park is a stroll into American history. Learn More
Located at the intersection of South Delmorr Avenue and East Philadelphia Avenue, Morrisville, PA. Visit their Web Site.
Located at 300 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Morrisville, PA. Visit their Facebook Page.
Actors' NET of Bucks County productions in the 85-seat Heritage Center, located at 635 Delmorr Ave., Morrisville, PA, range from modern classics and musicals to Shakespeare and original works. Visit their Web Site.