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Support HBMS from the comfort of your home!

We've moved online with curbside pick up at the Visitor Center & Museum Store on Main Street. Browse home decor, jewelry, personal care items, guide books, tickets, and more!

Brick-and-Mortar Locations

Visitor Center & Museum Store

505 Main Street

The Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center is the place to start your visit to Bethlehem and order tickets, gather information, and shop in the museum store. Browse home decor, jewelry, personal care items, books, food and drinks!

1810 Goundie House Vintage Market

501 Main Street, enter through Visitor Center & Museum Store

An extension of the Visitor Center & Museum Store, explore the beautifully curated spaces of the 1810 Goundie House, featuring home decor, accessories, jewelry, and more from the Marche Maison Vintage Market and My 3 Girls.

Kemerer Museum

427 N. New Street

Reopening in April! The Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts is housed in three interconnected mid-1800s homes featuring changing exhibits, period rooms, and galleries highlighting furniture, paintings, china, clothing, and silver over three centuries of decorative arts. This museum speaks to the changes in style and design over three centuries.

Moravian Museum

66 W. Church Street

Reopening in June! The Moravian Museum of Bethlehem introduces guests to the earliest history of the Bethlehem community and includes some of the most important and oldest buildings in the Lehigh Valley.

1810 Goundie House Vintage Market

The 1810 Goundie House represents the entrepreneurial legacy of Johann Sebastian Goundie. Goundie's influence as a brewer and a businessman spanned beyond Bethlehem and into the greater Lehigh Valley.

After Johann Sebastian Goundie's death in the 1850s, the house was sold and over the years became home to many businesses including doctor's offices, real estate offices, artists' studios, insurance offices, shoe repair shops, travel agencies, and cafes.

The 1810 Goundie House Vintage Market is an extension of our Visitor Center and Museum Store inviting local businesses to partake in this legacy, while also supporting HBMS's mission to preserve and share Bethlehem's history. Through pop-up shops, talks, demonstrations and programs, the Goundie House becomes a collaborative, engaging space for entrepreneurs while honoring the history of the building and its namesake.

Visit the resident vendor of the 1810 Goundie House Vintage Market - Marche Maison!

Additional space in the market is available for rent, please contact Lindsey Jancay, 610.882.0450 ext. 63.

Consignors

Here at Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites, we pride ourselves on supporting the local business community. Our Museum Stores feature a variety of products, from pottery to personal care items, which are made and crafted by vendors from across the Lehigh Valley. Stop in to see all of our unique gifts and items!

Brian Young
Sandy Kuder
Shelly Baker
Richard Kriebs
Dan Fiore
Linda D’Italia
Crystal Schrameyer
SLR Studios
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