Trees of Historic Bethlehem
Explore a winter wonderland of Christmas trees
beautifully decorated by the Bethlehem Garden Club!
Join us for Trees of Historic Bethlehem November 19, 2021 - January 9, 2022!
See the world in a dazzling array of Christmas trees beautifully decorated by the Bethlehem Garden Club!
With over 26 trees on display across five historic sites, the Trees of Historic Bethlehem display is a time-honored tradition in Bethlehem. This year, each tree is inspired by a classic holiday movie including favorites such as It's a Wonderful Life, The Grinch, and A Christmas Carol. Be sure to vote for your favorite! Enjoy our annual tree display as part of your family's holiday tradition or start a new tradition this year.
With a Trees of Historic Bethlehem ticket, visitors also have access to Christmas in the Quarter, two exhibitions: Art at Home and The Moravian Legacy, as well as the debut of a new Moravian putz featuring reproductions of the buildings that make up the Historic Moravian Bethlehem National Historic Landmark District.
Trees of Historic Bethlehem FAQ
How do I take the Trees of Historic Bethlehem tour?
Start at the Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts, then go to the Moravian Museum of Bethlehem. From there you will be able to visit the Single Sisters' House. Tours at these 3 sites are guided. Finish up at the Luckenbach Mill then the 1810 Goundie House with the final Trees and some shopping!
Do I need to visit all the sites in one day?
No! You may visit HBMS sites any time during open hours through January 9, 2022. Please note that tours of Single Sisters' House leave from Moravian Museum of Bethlehem so you must check in there first.
Your Christmas City Combo Ticket grants you 1-day admission to Christkindlmarkt which can be used during their open hours between and does not have to be used in the same day you visit Trees of Historic Bethlehem.
Where do I park?
While most of our sites are located on city streets, street parking spaces are limited. There are parking garages and metered parking located throughout Bethlehem on both the North and South sides. For more information, please visit the Bethlehem Parking Authority website.
"My sister and I took the tour last Friday and it was absolutely delightful!! The Bethlehem Garden Club's use of portraits, paintings and artifacts as inspiration to decorate the trees was amazing and so artistically done! The restored historic museums are the perfect setting and the tour guides did a wonderful job explaining the history of the Moravian community. We thoroughly enjoyed it...This is a must-see!!"
~ Denise Salvaterra, Dec. 5, 2018