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Morrisville, Pennsylvania is a quaint little riverside Borough of approximately two square miles

Morrisville, Pennsylvania is a quaint little Borough of approximately two square miles.

Named for Robert Morris, financier of the American Revolution, the Borough of Morrisville is located at the falls of the Delaware River across from Trenton.  Historically, the town has strong ties to both Trenton and Philadelphia.

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Our History

Originally a village located in Falls Township until it was partitioned as a Borough by the Pennsylvania Legislature in 1804.

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Tourism in Morrisville

Morrisville is home to several iconic tourist attractions, including Summerseat, which was George Washington’s Headquarters from December 8-14, 1776. Summerseat is the only home in America that was owned by two signers of both the Declaration of Independence and the  U.S. Constitution, Robert Morris and George Clymer.

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