Water Wheel Tavern is a historic Bucks County landmark
originally built in 1714 by John Dyer, an English Quaker.
It existed for centuries as a water wheel driven grist mill
and later hosted both a post office and a general store.
The mill was transformed into an inn and tavern
with the repeal of prohibition in 1933.
Now, after an extensive industrial chic renovation,
we invite you to experience our comfortable ambiance,
diverse menu and hard working professional staff!
*Check out our menu and take-out menu*