Museums in Bethlehem PA

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  • 2402 Lehigh Pkwy. S. Allentown, PA 18103
    610-351-8999
    See 14 Mack truck models from 1907 to 1973, plus memorabilia and photographs. Occasional changes in displays. If you like trucks, you?ll love this museum. If using a GPS use address: 11 Grammes Rd....
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  • 66 W. Church St. Bethlehem, PA 18018-5805
    610-691-6055
    The 1741 Gemeinhaus, Bethlehem's oldest building and a National Historic Landmark houses a museum that tells the stories of the Moravian founders. Opening the herringbone-patterned doors of this...
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  • 66 W. Church St. Bethlehem, PA 18018
    610-882-0450
    Come and visit the three gardens on this property dating back to 1752.  Herbs grown here are still dried and stored in apothecary drawers just as they would have been over 250 years ago.
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  • 564 Main St Bethlehem, PA 18018-5828
    610-866-1758
    The Sun Inn is a remarkable piece of American history, together with a tradition of hospitality dating from 1760. A host of important figures have visited, including George Washington, Benjamin...
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  • 2825 Fish Hatchery Rd. Allentown, PA 18103
    610-797-2121
    The museum is happy to open two new exhibits "Mystery Unearthed: The Extraordinary Story of Two Lenape Rock Shelters," and New Exhibit: Tropical Storm Unearths Upper Saucon's Ancient Past:  Lenape...
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  • 2750 Hugh Moore Park Road Easton, PA 18042
    610-923-3548
      NATIONAL CANAL MUSEUM at EMRICK TECHNOLOGY CENTER Located in Hugh Moore Park in Easton Pa, the National Canal Museum, an affiliate of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor is home to P...
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  • 147 N. 10th Street Allentown, PA 18102-3905
    610-740-9919
    The Old Allentown Preservation Association preserves the heritage and architecture of the Old Allentown Historic District through a variety of special events. Don't miss the House Tour on Saturday,...
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  • 245 N. 2nd Street Coplay, PA 18037
    610-435-1074
    Nation's only historic site devoted to people and processes that made "liquid rock" a vital building material for the Industrial Revolution.
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  • 414 Walnut St. Allentown, PA 18101
    610-435-4664
    Allentown's oldest surviving home was built for James Allen, member of an elite British American family and a son of the founder of Allentown.
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  • 4229 Reliance St Whitehall, PA 18052-1935
    610-435-1074
    Experience 100 years of Pennsylvania German history at this 1756 farmstead. Explore farm implements and craft tools, all showing how farmers and villagers interacted.
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