Adults – $15Seniors – $12Students – $7Members – Free
Docent-led tour of the historic homeAccess to the Exhibit Gallery and Welcome CenterAccess to the greenhouse and gardens
The beautiful and iconic Bucks County stone farmhouse contains a rich, intact collection from the extraordinary (the typewriter on which she wrote The Good Earth) to the ordinary (a closet full of board games her family played).
Members of Pearl S. Buck International are part of a group of committed, involved people who support Pearl S. Buck’s legacy of bridging cultures and changing lives. They also enjoy exclusive benefits such as:
The Pearl S. Buck House, an iconic 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 to make your event, party, class or workshop a memorable one.
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.
Gifts from caring people through Champions for Children make a life-changing difference. Donations from Champions are used to support and sustain our humanitarian programs in the countries we serve.
We believe all children should receive education, nutrition and preventive health care. You can help us achieve this goal by sponsoring a child, funding a specific project, or making a general donation.
The Global Leadership Program, for students from grades 9 through 11, is designed to help young adults become better students, college applicants, and global citizens.
In keeping with the literary legacy of Pearl S. Buck, the Pearl S. Buck Writing Center, organized and run by the Pearl S. Buck Volunteer Association, offers writing classes and book discussion groups.
Through our Welcome Workplace Training for businesses, school, and organizations, and our Global Leadership Program for high school students, we help people learn to appreciate other cultures and embrace diversity.
Pearl S. Buck International provides opportunities to explore and appreciate other cultures, builds better lives for children around the globe and promotes the legacy of our founder by preserving and interpreting her National Historic Landmark home.
We provide humanitarian aid in China, Kenya, South Korea, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, and the United States.
Pearl S. Buck was a writer, activist, and humanitarian. She was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and the Nobel Prize. Ms. Buck used the spotlight on her to shine a light on the plight of marginalized people everywhere and to advocate for the civil rights movement in the U.S.
Meet our incredible board and staff members who make our work possible.
Phone: (215) 249-0100
520 Dublin Road
Perkasie, PA 18944
Engage your audiences with a speaker from Pearl S. Buck International. Individuals with expertise on the life and legacy of Pearl S. Buck are available to enlighten your group and meet your needs for interesting, original programming with a wide variety of topics.
Originally founded by Pearl S. Buck, the Welcome House adoption program matched more than 7,000 orphans and children from around the globe with adoptive families in the United States from 1949 – 2014.
Pearl S. Buck International carries on Pearl S. Buck’s legacy of bridging cultures and changing lives through humanitarian aid, intercultural education, and historical tours of the Pearl S. Buck House, a National Historic Landmark.
Join us for one of our signature events held throughout the year. Events include: Women of Influence Awards Dinner, Taste of the World, Living the Legacy Breakfast, and more.
Join us for our beloved holiday events – The Festival of Trees and the Holiday Craft Show.
From our signature events, writing events, speakers, holiday events, and more – there’s always something happening at the Pearl S. Buck International headquarters in Perkasie, PA.
Volunteers at Pearl S. Buck International play an important part in sharing the history of Pearl S. Buck and her National Historic Landmark house, organizing community events, and fundraising for the organization.
Caring and compassionate people can make a positive difference in the world through their generous, tax-deductible donations, which support the work of Pearl S. Buck International in bridging cultures and changing lives.
Your generous donation will provide a child in Cambodia with two meals per day for an entire year. The guarantee of a nutritious meal not only keeps kids strong, it also keeps them in school.