2664 Route 130
Cranbury, NJ 08512
The Bensalem Branch opened in February 2006 under Bucks County Bank, and was acquired via merger and officially opened as First Bank on December 4, 2017.
Bensalem Township was founded in 1692. It is an area of 22 square miles bounded on three sides by waterways: the Delaware River, the Neshaminy Creek, and the Poquessing Creek. Through it pass four of the most important arteries of transportation in the United States: Interstate 95 (Delaware Expressway), US Route 13 (Bristol Pike), US Route 1 (Lincoln Highway), and Interstate 276 (PA Turnpike).
One of the most famous figures of the 1700s who appeared to have a fondness for Bensalem was none other than Benjamin Franklin. While a local legend maintains that Franklin performed his famous kite-flying experiment at Growdon Mansion, the broader consensus is that Franklin flew his kite closer to his home in Philadelphia. Other significant historical figures such as George Washington and John Adams have also stayed at the mansion.