Pearl S Buck's grave at her house .
A very nice location even in the winter . The Pearl S. Buck House promotes the legacy of Pearl S. Buck by preserving and interpreting her National Historic Landmark home to educate the public and develop cross-cultural appreciation, opportunities for children and families, and worldwide partnerships.
The Pearl S. Buck House was home to Pearl S. Buck and her international family for 38 years. Today, it is only one of a few National Historic Landmarks open to the public in the United States that educates the public about a woman’s contribution to society through a house with an intact collection. On her 75th birthday, Ms. Buck announced that she was bequeathing her Bucks County stone farm house and grounds to the charity she founded so that the programs to help disadvantaged children would continue.
Tour the house that displays Ms. Buck’s literary and humanitarian awards, including the Nobel and Pulitzer Prizes for literature .