Pearl S. Buck was a famous writer from Bucks county who wrote daily from her Bucks County farmhouse. Her home is a favorite attraction for writers, fans of Pearl Buck books and visitors who want to discover the legacy of a Pulitzer-prize winning writer, advocate and humanitarian. The national historic landmark home is open for guided tours which feature her Nobel and Pulitzer prizes on display; the desk where Ms. Buck penned her novel The Good Earth, gifts from luminaries like the Dali Lama and President Richard Nixon; photos of President John F. Kennedy and Eleanor Roosevelt; paintings from renowned artists, and so much more. A Guided tours will give you a glimpse of the life and times of Pears S. Buck and her husband Richard. Don’t miss the award winning gardens and gravesite and find some treasures to take home from her International gift shop.