Come in from the Cold
When the weather outside is frightful, step into something delightful with a tour of Andalusia Mansion, one of Bucks County’s most elegant estates.
Situated on a wooded promontory overlooking the Delaware River, Andalusia was originally constructed in 1795 by John Craig, a Philadelphia merchant, and later purchased by Nicholas Biddle, President of the Second Bank of the United States. This elegant residence, with its soaring white columns, is one of the country’s finest examples of Greek Revival architecture. Visitors can step back into history, as Andalusia’s interior reflects the original furnishings, artwork and belongings of the family that occupied it for so many years. Take a tour – and experience lifestyles of the rich and famous, early American edition!