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 2022 will be open September 23 – October 9, 2022. The event is free and open to the public. Artwork will be for sale in person and remotely.
11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday – Sunday
And by appointment
Closed Monday – Tuesday
Join us for a Closing Reception from 2:00 – 5:00 pm on Sunday, October 9.
The one-lane bridge over the Neshaminy Creek near Kings Oaks is closed. Please arrive via the Swamp Road side. (View map of road closure here). Please drive past the road closure signs at the 4-way stop on Swamp and Worthington Mill Roads and proceed about 1/4 mile to 756 Worthington Mill Road. Look for the Art at Kings Oaks sign on your left. Please come down the driveway, bear right at the circle, and follow signs for parking.
Visitors using wheelchairs have accessed the Barn Gallery directly from a paved path leading up to the large barn doors. A temporary, metal ramp is available to make the entrance to the barn more accessible. Within the barn there is a small granary room which functions as an intimate installation space. Work installed in the granary may be viewed through a viewing window and a doorway into that space, but the doorway into the granary itself is narrow, and therefore not ADA accessible.
The Chapel Gallery is accessed off of the main driveway and across a short, gently sloping lawn. The front entrance has three steps leading up to the door. Another temporary access ramp is available at a side entrance and makes the space accessible to visitors in wheelchairs.
The spaces have somewhat uneven floors comprised of boards and brick. Some areas of the Barn Gallery require visitors to duck under a low beam. We ask that visitors exercise caution while exploring these unique, historical buildings.
Please don’t hesitate to call us at 215-603-6573 with any questions regarding accessibility.
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 Philadelphia area, there are two SEPTA Regional Rail lines that bring you within 8 miles of Kings Oaks: