Bridging Cultures

Changing Lives

Carrying on the legacy of writer, activist, and humanitarian Pearl S. Buck through...

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Who We Are

Carrying on Her Mission and Legacy

Pearl S. Buck was a Pulitzer and Nobel Prize-winning author and a driving force in humanitarian causes. She was a longtime advocate of cross-cultural understanding and racial harmony as a means of achieving world peace. We continue her legacy of bridging cultures and changing lives through intercultural education, humanitarian aid, and sharing the Pearl S. Buck House National Historic Landmark museum.

“The test of a civilization is in the way that it cares for its helpless members”

- Pearl S. Buck

Our Impact

People taught through our intercultural and educational programs
Children and families served through our international programs in 2022
Guest visited the Pearl S. Buck Estate in 2022 and learned about her incredible legacy

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Host Your Event

The Pearl S. Buck House, an iconic Bucks County stone farmhouse and National Historic Landmark, along with the Cultural Center, Welcome Center, and Estate Pavilion sit on a stunning 67-acre estate with prize-winning gardens and manicured grounds.

Multiple indoor and outdoor rental spaces are available for:

  • Weddings
  • Parties and Special Events
  • Conferences and Meetings
  • Classes and Workshops

Humanitarian Aid

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Humanitarian Aid

Malnutrition, disease, and a lack of education are all daunting obstacles many children and families face on a daily basis. Humanitarian aid from compassionate donors like you can make a life-changing difference.

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Historical Home Tours

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Historical Home Tours

The Pearl S. Buck House, a National Historic Landmark in Bucks County, PA, was the home of Pearl S. Buck and her family. Here you can tour the home, explore the award-winning gardens, and learn more about Pearl S. Buck and her legacy.

Office Business Hours:

Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 5pm
Saturday - 10am - 3pm
Sunday - 12pm - 3pm
*These are business hours, not tour times; house tour times vary (please see the Plan Your Visit page) and must be reserved in advance.

Tour Prices

Adults - $15
Seniors - $12
Students - $7
Members - Free

News & Events

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Dedicated to Serving Multicultural Families and Children in Korea

According to the data and materials released by the Korean government, as of 2021, there are 385,000 multicultural households in Korean society, which account for 1.8% of all households. As…

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Pearl S. Buck House to Once Again Be A Blue Star Museum

Pearl S. Buck International is proud to announce that the Pearl S. Buck House National Historic Landmark museum, the former home of Pulitzer and Nobel Prize-winning author, humanitarian, and social…

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Volunteer Orientation

June 20 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

You can make a difference! Join us for one of our monthly volunteer orientations at Pearl S. Buck International. We currently have a range of volunteer opportunities that offer many…