Langhorne is a borough located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States of America. Langhorne has a small population of 1600 residents and an area of just 0.5 square miles. The borough was founded in the 17th century and it was initially just a crossroads named Four Lanes End. In 1720, a man named Joseph Richardson opened a store and an inn in this place and Langhorne grew quickly, but it was known as Attleborough until 1876. Then, it was incorporated and named in honor of an early resident named Jeremiah Langhorne. Notable people of Langhorne include professional skateboarder Chris Cole, artist Edward Hicks, singer Langhorne Slim, RF Video owner Rob Feinstein and author J. Nathan Bazzel.
Top Attractions within Langhorne
Sesame Place is a themed amusement park very popular among families with children and fans of Sesame Street. You can get familiar with the characters and enjoy the greatest rides. These are either dry or wet, as this Langhorne attraction has both types. Half of the park is a water park, while the other is a classic one. Another classification of rides is for kids (and adults) over 7 and for kids under 7. The wet rides include Big Bird's Rambling River and Sesame Streak and the dry ones include Ernie's Bed, Cookie Mountain and Nets-n-Climb.
Middletown Country Club is an exquisite club that includes a great golf course within its area. The club is located in a hilly area, so, the surroundings of the course and gardens of the club are wonderful.
Historic Langhorne Association has a great collection of artifacts – local archives, genealogical records, vintage photographs and old maps. Guided tours are also available and the best thing is that this museum is free of charge and opened daily to visitors who are eager to learn more about the history of Langhorne.
Top depots in Langhorne
Enterprise Langhorne - 715 E Lincoln Hwy, Langhorne, .