Washington Crossing, PA

More than 500 acres of American History

This historic river town is most famous as the location of George Washington and the Continental Army’s crossing of the Delaware on the night of Christmas Eve in 1776, turning the tide of the American Revolutionary War.

Each Christmas Day, the town performs a re-enactment of the crossing. Today, it is the site of Washington Crossing Historic Park, 500 acres of natural beauty, and offers many special events throughout the year.

Visitors here can tour historic buildings, picnic in the park, lounge along the river and take in the beautiful Bucks County countryside from atop Bowman’s Hill Tower.

Gloria Nilson & Co. RealEstate

1075-4 River Road
Washington Crossing, PA 18977

215-862-2074


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The Delaware River Towns

From Lambertville to New Hope, Frenchtown to Stockton, Milford to Washington Crossing, there’s much to discover.

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