While summer may be wrapping up we already have something to look forward to in the summer of 2023 in Bucks County!

If you needed another reason to travel to the Delaware Valley area, Anthropologie has just the thing for you. Terrain Gardens, the popular garden and home brand created by the clothing line, is making its way to the area’s university in the summer of 2023. The property will host a retail store, cafe, and venues to explore on a Sunday get-away or for a special occasion. 

The idea for Terrain emerged from a desire to bring the garden and home together into one inviting space. The first location opened up in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania where the cafe was built in a refurbished greenhouse equipped with several signature flowers and grew to be a fully-run farm-to-table restaurant for brunch and dinner. 

Delaware Valley can expect the same come next summer season. Likewise, the cafe will partner with the extensive number of farms as the other locations in Pennsylvania, bringing the freshest ingredients right to your plate. 

Terrain Gardens will bring forth an illusion with its attention to detail as if you’re in a dream garden. This innovative and dreamlike space is quite the destination-like setting for any wedding or special event — decorated with greenery and flowers surrounding a farmhouse-style venue, overlooking an orchard. Sounds like a fairytale wrapped into one. 

Terrain at DelVal is set to be at 2100 Lower State Rd, which is an hour outside of the city of Philadelphia where the foundation of Anthropologie was built.

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By |2022-09-15T08:42:11-04:00August 29th, 2022|Bucks Happening, To Do, Wedding|

About the Author:

Bridget is a recent graduate of Marist College, pursuing a career in journalism. She is from Yardley, Pennsylvania, and has always had a passion for storytelling. She is a foodie at heart and will make any excuse to go to any one of her favorite Bucks County spots.