Attractions & Activities in Allentown PA

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  • 3830 Dorney Park Rd. Allentown, PA 18104-5803
    610-395-3724
    Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom - two great parks for the price of one -features 200 acres of more than 100 rides and attractions for guests of all ages. Experience extreme scream-machines,...
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  • 563 Chestnut St. Emmaus, PA 18049-2403
    610-966-6591
    The Emmaus Historical Society preserves the culture and history of the area through a variety of educational programs and community activities.
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  • Southeast of Schencksville on T 681 Orefield, PA 18069
    610-882-9029
    Geiger's Bridge is known for its impressive stepped portal.
  • Lehigh and Poplar Streets Catasauqua, PA 18032
    610-435-1074
    The 1768 home of Declaration of Independence signer George Taylor is a National Landmark, beautifully furnished to recall an age of elegance.
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  • 6600 Jacksonville Rd. Bath, PA 18014
    610-837-9015
    The Governor Wolf Historical Society offers a historical and genealogical collection relating to Northampton County.
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  • One East Broad Street, Suite 560 Bethlehem, PA 18018
    610-841-5800
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  • 3600 Haines Mill Rd. Allentown, PA 18104
    610-435-1074
    Gristmill built in the 1800s and restored in 1909. Listen to the clatter of belts, grain buckets, and rollers in this water turbine-driven gristmill.
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  • 505 Main St. Bethlehem, PA 18018
    610-691-6055
    Attached to the Visitor Center in the heart of downtown Bethlehem is the home of Bethlehem's brewer, John Sebastian Goundie. This handsome Federal style brick house has been restored and hosts...
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  • 8 Race St Catasauqua, PA 18032-1909
    610-266-0255
    Encourages an appreciation of the historical, industrial and architectural heritage of the borough and encourages the preservation of the architecture in the historic districts. Catasauqua features...
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  • 505 Main St. Bethlehem, PA 18018
    610-691-6055
    The John Sebastian Goundie house is a restored Federal style house built in 1810. Was once home to the local brewer, now it is a house museum containing local artifacts.
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