Popular Bucks County Bookshop Reopens After Months of Interior Renovations

Image via Farley's Bookshop.
The popular book store opened its doors on Independent Bookstore Day.

One of the most popular bookshops in Bucks County has reopened their doors after undergoing a massive makeover.

Farley’s Bookshop, located at 44 South Main Street in New Hope, closed its doors at the beginning of the year so that it could undergo repairs and restorations. This weekend, in celebration of Independent Bookstore Day, the shop finally reopened to the public, offering treats, new books, and commemorative mugs to celebrate the occasion.

One of the freshest additions to the longstanding store is their new register area, which the owners flaunt as being made of “100% Bucks County wood”. The pine sides and front of the new register area come from a farm in Solebury, the bookshop said on social media.

“The top is hickory that was cut in Perkasie. It was milled and planed by Hans Stitzinger of Country Concepts, also in Perkasie. The hardware used for installation came from Tinsman Brothers in Lumberville. We’re proud to be a part of this community and want the store to reflect that.”

The book store is one of the most popular shops in the riverside town. In operation since 1967, the store has been offering literary essentials to locals and visitors for almost six decades.

Learn more about the reopening at Farley’s Bookshop.


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