892 Durham Road
PO Box 159
Durham, PA 18039
Durham Press is located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, about an hour and a half from New York City, and Philadelphia.
Visitors welcome by appointment.
From New York and points North:
Exit NYC through Holland Tunnel – stay in right lanes and follow signs to the New Jersey Turnpike. Go through the toll, then stay in left lanes, follow signs to 78 West. (This is the Turnpike Extension. You will never actually get on to the Turnpike North or South – just follow the signs to 78 West). Pay Toll. Take 78 West to Pennsylvania (approx 1 hour). Pay toll. Take the first exit in Pennsylvania, “Easton”. At end of exit, take a left onto Morgan Hill Road – up a steep curving hill, follow road for approximately 6 miles until it ends at Raubsville Road. Make a right on Raubsville, follow less than eighth of a mile. Make the first left onto Durham Road (sign indicates Durham). Follow Durham Road for about 3 miles, past a church, down a steep hill, look to your right as you approach the bottom of the hill for an old brick schoolhouse with a large circular driveway at the corner of Durham and Dogwood Lane. This is the Press.
From Philadelphia and points South:
Take the Northeast Extension (476) to the Quakertown exit. Make a left onto 663 East, follow a couple of miles to 309 North. Make a left on 309 North for a little over a mile to Pumping Station Road. Take a right on Pumping Station Road and follow for less than a mile until it ends on California Road (Stop Light). Take a left on California Road and follow it for about 4 miles (pretty, winding road) until comes to an end at Rte 212. Take a left on 212 East, drive about 7 miles through Pleasant Valley, then Springtown, past a sign that says Durham Township, and start paying attention to road signs on the left -you’ll pass Gallows Hill Road and Old Philadelphia and then you’ll see a sign for Durham Road. (If you hit the Delaware River/Rte. 611 you’ve gone too far). Take a left on Durham Road and follow for less than 1/2 mile until you come to the corner of Durham & Dogwood. On your left is a big brick schoolhouse with a circular driveway. This is the Press.