Beautiful Bucks County
Subscription concerts typically take place Solebury, Pennsylvania just north of New Hope, Pennsylvania which, with its sister city Lambertville, New Jersey, are known far and wide as charming country towns with a rich heritage of art and theater.
The venue is the remarkable and beautiful Trinity Church Solebury, 6587 Upper York Road, Solebury, Bucks County PA 18963.
Trinity Church is wheelchair accessible.
Here’s how to find us.
From New York
Take I-78 west to I-287. Do not follow the signs “To 287” via Rte 24, but stay on I-78 until you get to I-287. Take I-287 South (towards Sommerville), and turn off onto US 202 at Sommerville. Stay on 202 until you have crossed the toll bridge over the Delaware River. Take the first exit after the bridge PA 32 North. Take the second left onto Phillips Mill Road. In a couple of miles, at the stop sign, turn left on Upper York Road, then in a block right into Trinity Church.
Take I-95 north until you come to the last exit in Pennsylvania, “New Hope”. Follow the signs to New Hope. Go through New Hope, and after crossing under US 202, take the second left onto Phillips Mill Road. In a couple of miles, at the stop sign, turn left on Upper York Road, then in a block right into Trinity Church.
Take US Route 202 North and East to New Hope angling left onto PA Rte 263, Upper York Road, just before Peddlers Village. Continue a few miles to 6587, turning left into Trinity Church.
Why not spend the weekend in Bucks County?
Places to Stay
There are many places to stay in both Lambertville and New Hope, many of them charming Bed and Breakfast accommodations. A description of the lodging possibilities, as well as much more information about our towns can be found in the web pages for New Hope and Lambertville.