Langhorne

Langhorne is a borough in Bucks County in the state of Pennsylvania located about 6 miles west of the Delaware River.

Get in

Langhorne is located approximately 40 minutes north of Philadelphia. It is accessible via I-95 (exit 44 labeled Langhorne and Penndell) and by SEPTA [2] (Regional Rail R3 to Langhorne).

Get Around

You will probably need to drive here, but once you're in it's much more effective (and enjoyable) to walk around. The attractions and center of Langhorne Borough is convenient, well lit, and easily traversed on foot. If you are traveling to the amusements or restaurants located around the city of Langhorne, you would be better of traveling by car. There are plenty of places to park. If you can't find parking there because it is usually pretty crowded or locals park since there are residence living in the vicinity, there are plenty of parking lots on side streets or in shopping plazas around the area.

By car

From Philadelphia & below, take I-95 North to exit 44: Langhorne and Pendell (413).

By train

By air

Get around

See

There are plenty of places to see when visiting Langhorne:

Do

Check out the whole Sesame Street friends!

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

Connect

To get in touch with more information on activities, attractions, events, lodging, dining, and more please visit the Bucks County Visitor Center located at 3207 Street Road and make sure to visit their website, facebook and or call them at 215-639-0300. The website is: .

Go next

Many cities surround the beautiful area of Langhorne, Pennsylvania. If you however choose to travel near by you may choose from the following closest destinations within reasonable distances.

Peddler's Village - a small village of family fun including restaurants, attractions and shopping. The big hit of this hot spot is the carousel that children love to ride!

Routes through Langhorne

New York City Trenton ← Jct S  N  S  Philadelphia Baltimore
Philadelphia Bensalem  SW  NE  Yardley Ewing


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