Weddings & Bridal Events

Green Hills at Pearl S. Buck Estate
Your Happily Ever After Begins Here

Green Hills at Pearl S. Buck Estate is nestled among 67 acres in beautiful Bucks County, just one hour north of Philadelphia. Green Hills at Pearl S. Buck Estate is a one-of-a-kind historical homestead offering a unique wedding experience. Green Hills is situated adjacent to the historic Pearl S. Buck House, a National Historic Landmark museum and former home of Pearl S. Buck, a Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, humanitarian and activist. This charming 250-year-old estate is located in Perkasie, PA. Our convenient location feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle, but allows visitors to travel stress-free from Philadelphia, New Jersey, and New York. Green Hills provides the ultimate peaceful and tranquil location for your wedding day. Colorful, manicured gardens and lush landscaping make for the perfect location for wedding ceremonies and provide many breathtaking backdrops for photographs.

Your once-in-a-lifetime celebration deserves a one-of-a-kind setting. Green Hills combines elegance and warmth to make your day truly special. Our newest venue space has an elegant, modern feel. An outdoor area is the perfect setting for cocktail hour, where your guests can enjoy lawn games and sitting by the firepit.

At Green Hills, we make each event memorable and tailored to every couple. Our experienced and dedicated wedding coordinators will assure that your day is stress free and that no detail is overlooked.

Approximate drive-times are:

  • 15 minutes from Doylestown, PA
  • 15 minutes from Quakertown, PA
  • 30 minutes from New Hope, PA
  • One hour from Philadelphia, PA
  • One hour from Princeton, NJ
  • Two hours from New York, NY

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