Community Partners: We are very fortunate to have the continued support of our neighbors here in the historic village.
We encourage you to visit their websites or contact them directly for more information.
All Saints Episcopal Church- 9 Old Locust Avenue, Fallsington, PA 19054
Since 1876 All Saints has served the community with prayer and worship.
American Legion Post#834- 300 Yardley Avenue, Fallsington PA 19054
The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. Members of Post #834 first met in the Fallsington Library until its permanent home was built in 1954.
Fallsington Friends Meeting- 9300 New Falls Road, Levittown, PA 19054
Fallsington Friends Meeting is a Quaker congregation located in the village of Historic Fallsington in lower Bucks County, Pennsylvania. All are welcome!
Fallsington Library- 139 Yardley Avenue, Fallsington, PA 19054
The Fallsington Library Company was founded in 1800 and chartered in 1802 with a collection of 238 volumes. For the next 70 years, these volumes were housed in various homes of village residents until the current structure was built in 1879. The library is now part of the Bucks County Free Library system.
Falls Township- 188 Lincoln Highway, Fairless Hills, PA 19030
Falls Township, located in Lower Bucks County, is an area rich in history. Even before William Penn became the proprietor of Pennsylvania in 1681, a number of colonists had come to Falls. The first group of settlers to take up permanent residence in the village were the English Quakers.
Today, Falls Township is a suburban Philadelphia township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. Portions of Fairless Hills and Levittown, Pennsylvania, are located in the township.
Falls Township Data Portal- The Falls Township Data Portal is a centralized location where the Township can provide information, maps, and present initiatives for many Township functions and events.
Falls Township Fire Company #1- 310 Yardley Avenue, Fallsington, PA 19054
Established in 1928 as a volunteer Fire Company dedicated to protecting the community. The current location was started and dedicated on September 19, 1959.
Fallsington United Methodist Church- 50 Lacross Street, Fallsington, PA 19054
Founded in 1868, Fallsington United Methodist Church has witnessed many seasons of change over the past 150 years, but one thing has remained constant: our faith in God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. This faith has empowered our church to provide spiritual growth, inspirational worship, loving fellowship, and service to others.
Pennsbury School District (Administration Building)- 134 Yardley Avenue, Fallsington, PA 19054
Recognizing our proud traditions and diverse community, the Pennsbury School District prepares all students to become creative, ethical, and critical thinkers for lifelong success in a global society.
William Penn Center- 9300 New Falls Road, Levittown, PA 19054
William Penn Center Preschool is a program of Lower Bucks Community Centers, Inc. which was established in 1952. William Penn Center is a private, non-profit educational facility dedicated to providing the highest quality in children’s programs for children ages 2-5. The children learn in a building originally used as a meetinghouse by the Fallsington Friends beginning in 1789.
We are located in an area rich in arts and culture opportunities and encourage you to visit the following websites
for more information about each project or organization.
Bucks County Maps & Data Portal
This is the Bucks County GIS public platform for exploring the data of Bucks County and other data that may be important to the residents, business community, and visitors of the county.
Bucks County Genealogical Society
The BCGS is a dedicated group of genealogy enthusiasts sharing our passion for researching family history, and working together to make a difference in the genealogical community.
A county-wide map that shows shared-use trails, pathways, rail trails, tow path trails, and other trail and bicycle facilities throughout the County.
Mercer Museum Research Library
The Mercer Museum Library is the major research center for local and family history related to Bucks County and the surrounding region.
The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission administers a program of historical markers to capture the stories of people, places, events, and innovations that have affected the lives of Pennsylvanians over the centuries. Have you found the marker for HFI? Use the searchable database to learn more about the 2500+ markers located through the Commonwealth.
The Rural History Confederation (RHC) is an association of museums formed for their mutual benefit and dedicated to preserving the past and to promoting historical awareness of the region. A visit to one of or all of these unique historic museums will give you a comprehensive view of how southeastern Pennsylvania blossomed from a time period before the Revolutionary War into the industrial age.
Since 2002, Phillyfunguide has been the Greater Philadelphia region’s go-to event calendar for the most robust upcoming artistic, cultural, entertainment and sporting events.
Official tourism promotion agency for Bucks County, Pennsylvania.