Covered Bridges in Lehigh Valley PA

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  • Fish Hatchery Rd. Allentown, PA 18103
    The oldest bridge in Lehigh County, it dates back to 1841 and spans 145 feet over Little Lehigh River.
  • Covered Bridge Tour Allentown, PA 18103
    This tour includes six covered bridges in Lehigh County and one covered bridge in Northampton County. Just follow the signs on the highways and you're on your way!
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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.
  • Route 48061 Northampton, PA 18069
    610-882-9029
    Built in 1839, Kreidersville Bridge is the only remaining covered bridge in Northampton County. Come and see this piece of history.
  • 840 W. Hamilton St, Ste 200 Allentown, PA 18101-2456
    610-882-9200
    The Lehigh Valley's seven quaint and historic covered bridges are highlighted on this self-guided tour. The oldest bridge on the tour dates back to 1839. These bright red bridges are popular with...
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  • West of Greenawalds on T 602 Orefield, PA 18069
    610-882-9029
    Spanning Jordan Creek, Manasses Guth Covered Bridge is a typical example of a Burr-arch covered bridge.
  • South of Schencksville on T 593 Orefield, PA 18069
    610-882-9029
    Rex Covered Bridge is one of the five covered bridges spanning Jordan Creek in Lehigh County. Another good example of a Burr-arch covered bridge.
  • Route 39058 Allentown, PA 18102
    610-882-9029
    Even though Schlicher's Bridge is in a remote and wooded area, it's still a great bridge to see.
  • Off Rte. 487 Forks, PA 17859
    570-784-8279
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  • Off Rte. 487 Forks, PA 17859
    570-784-8279
    The West Paden Bridge, part of the Twin Bridges that also includes the East Paden Bridge, is of Burr Arch construction.
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