Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites

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Lehigh Valley Live: If You’re Curious About the Region’s History Saturday is the Day to do Something About It

By Rudy Miller | For lehighvalleylive.comYou can take advantage of discounts, programs and activities on Saturday at Northampton County history-related organizations as part of the Lehigh Valley Passport to History program.Twenty-one museums, historical societies, and sites are partnering to promote and...

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LV Live: No Quarters Needed: May Brings A Pop-Up Retro Arcade to Bethlehem

Take a nostalgia-filled dive into your childhood every Friday night in May when a retro arcade sets up shop at the Kemerer Museum in Bethlehem.Leave your quarters at home -- the games are on freeplay -- and face off with a friend...

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Discover Lehigh Valley Press Release: Spring has Sprung in Lehigh Valley: Top Attractions for a Weekend Getaway

From gusty winds and rain showers to bright and calm sunny days, spring weather patterns are certainly unpredictable. So, why not plan your next getaway to a destination that offers attractions perfect for spring’s unruly weather? Discover Lehigh Valley®, the destination...

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WFMZ Channel 69 News: Lehigh, Northampton Counties Launch “Lehigh Valley Passport to History” Initiative

History buffs can now check out everything the Lehigh Valley has to offer.Northampton County executive Lamont McClure announced the "Passport to History" initiative Thursday.It includes a website that lists historical societies and shows all the historical places to visit in Lehigh and...

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Buffalo.com: The Artful Evolution of Bethlehem, PA

Growing up on the fringe of Buffalo’s media market meant hearing the names of people and places that helped define the city in the ’60s and ’70s: Chippewa Street, Shane Brother Shane, Rocketship 7, and, of course, Bethlehem Steel.Too young...

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GetawayMavens.com: Bethlehem PA – Steel, Song, Study, and Skill in PA’s Moravian Town

WHY: The Lehigh River cuts the town of Bethlehem PA in two – with the hulking bones of Bethlehem Steel and Lehigh University on the South Side and the stone Germanic Colonial buildings of Historic Moravian Bethlehem on the other.Bethlehem...

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