Art at Kings Oaks is located an hour from Philadelphia and two hours from New York City, near Newtown in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Art at Kings Oaks
756 Worthington Mill Road
Newtown, PA 18940
Tel. 215-603-6573

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By Appointment.
While the Art at Kings Oaks annual exhibition traditionally takes place over a three-week period in autumn, inquires regarding artwork that has been exhibited at Kings Oaks are welcome year-round. Email or call 215-603-6573.

Driving directions from I-95 N/I-295 E:
Take the Newtown/Yardley Exit and travel on the Newtown Bypass (332) west through 9-10 traffic lights wherein the Bypass turns into Swamp road at Tyler State Park.  After hill and dale turn left at the four-way stop, which is Worthington Mill Road.  Kings Oaks Farm is the third drive on the left before you get to the bridge.

From New Hope, Lambertville, etc.:
Take Windy Bush Rd. to the 5-way stop at Anchor Crossing and bear left on 413 South. Take 413 to the first traffic light (Wrightstown Rd. to the left, Worthington Mill to the right). Take the right on Worthington Mill and stay on it through the 4-way stop at Swamp Rd. Kings Oaks will be the third drive on the left.

From Doylestown, etc.:
Take 413 South all the way to the light at Wrightstown/Worthington Mill. Take the right and follow directions above.

Public Transit
If you wish to take public transit to Kings Oaks, there are a few options that will get you within 8 – 18 miles of the farm.

From the New York City area, you can take New Jersey Transit to Trenton Transit Center in New Jersey and take an Uber or Lyft taxi the remaining 18 miles to Kings Oaks.

From the Philadelphia area, there are two SEPTA Regional Rail lines that bring you within 8 miles of Kings Oaks:

  • Take the Warminster line to the Warminster station (weekday, Saturday, or Sunday schedules) and take an Uber or Lyft taxi the remaining 8 miles to Kings Oaks.
  • Take the West Trenton line to the Woodbourne station (weekday, Saturday, or Sunday schedules) and take an Uber or Lyft taxi the remaining 8 miles to Kings Oaks.

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  1. The Art at Kings Oak is not to be missed. It is a collection of masterpieces, each Artist showcasing their individual style. The paintings on display were carefully curated and complement each other as you stroll from one area to the next. This is an excellent opportunity to view and purchase art directly from a group of Masters in a fabulous barn setting. I will treasure the pieces I have found in this show.

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