Especially rich in its selection of restaurants, stores, museums, and more.

Welcome to Easton

Charming, peaceful, and historic city located along the Delaware River
Situated in Northampton County, Easton is a diverse and serene community. Bordering New Jersey, this historic city is home to a population of 27,122. The area is known for having a host of excellent conveniences and amenities. Downtown Easton is especially rich in its selection of restaurants, stores, museums, and more. Across the Lehigh River — on Easton’s South Side — you’ll find the vast majority of the city’s residential neighborhoods.
Looking at Easton’s various communities, nearly all properties were built between the early 1900s and 1950s. Individuals who are seeking a townhome or single-family dwelling that is brimming with character and personality will have ample choices. Home prices are also quite reasonable in this locale, providing outstanding value for buyers.

What to Love

  • Historic buildings and charming environment
  • Peaceful residential neighborhoods
  • Crayola Factory and Crayola Experience
  • Riverfront location
  • Numerous parks and green spaces

Local Lifestyle

Easton is separated into two distinct areas. North of the Lehigh River, you’ll find the bulk of the city’s restaurants, shops, and attractions. Northampton Street is an especially bustling part of the city. Take a stroll down this road to bask in its small town vibes and vintage architecture. On the South Side, residents enjoy a plethora of gorgeous parks scattered around this primarily residential area. The two parts of town are connected directly by Delaware Drive, and both sit along the Pennsylvania/New Jersey border.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Although smaller in size, Easton is a city with a marvelous dining scene. On top of featuring world-class restaurants, spanning a multitude of cuisines, there are also unique shops to explore.
Talking with area locals, you’ll quickly discover that there are clear favorites when it comes to dining out. Whether you’re craving seafood or Mexican dishes, this town delivers ample quality and choices. Residents are particularly fond of the dishes found at Marblehead Chowder House, Ocean, Diner 248, and Mesa Modern Mexican. Close to downtown, try even more exceptional menu items at eateries such as THREE OAK Steakhouse, Aman's Artisan Indian Cuisine, Hoza Restaurant, and Maxim's 22.
Shopping is also delightful and easy for Easton locals. While perusing the stores downtown, make plans to stop into The Game Gallery, the Crayola Store, Easton Antique Emporium, Easton Outdoor Company, and Polliwogs and Petunias. Also, grab your weekly essentials at Easton Food Market, Wawa, and at the Easton Public Market.

Things to Do

Residents of Easton have the privilege of living near year-round attractions, breathtaking parks, and having access to some of the area’s most thrilling events.
Get ready to attend the many fun festivals hosted by the city and other local organizations. Mark your calendar for highlights such as Clam Jam, Riverside Festival of the Arts, Easton Food Truck Festival, and the ultra-popular PA Baconfest.
No matter the time of year, families are especially fond of spending the day at the Crayola Experience and Crayola Factory. Located downtown, kids and their parents can attend the Chaos and Creativity show, do crafts in the Activity Studio, and enjoy delicious meals and snacks at Café Crayola. Minutes down the road, another unique attraction is the Sigal Museum and Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society. Want to make the most out of sunny days in Easton? Spend time at one of the community’s many parks, including Riverside Park, Scott Park, Lachenour Park, and Heil Park.


Across grade levels, Easton public schools are rated quite well.
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