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#1 of 8 Museums in Bethlehem
I love going to events @ The Sands from concerts, shows & outdoor venues... there's ample parking and for seniors, the movie theater is a great value & one of the few places around to see independent films.
Great place to see a live show - Staging is great - Sound system is awesome - They have a restaurant and bar - Prices are a competitive - They also have a movie theater - All about the Arts .
#2 of 8 Museums in Bethlehem
The real gems of the museum are the volunteers and workers, several we met were former Bethlehem Steel employees and they were full of knowledge and loved sharing what they knew in an interesting and informative way.
Bethlehem is best known for Bethlehem Steel, which built so many of our warships, guns, and ammunition in WWI and WWII, as well as providing parts for various other industries.
#3 of 8 Museums in Bethlehem
We bought tickets for admission to three museums to see the decorated Christmas trees.. Very interesting presentations at all three.. Well worth the ticket price.
We took the tour and it was fascinating and our guide did an excellent job answering questions.
#4 of 8 Museums in Bethlehem
Dorothy, our tour guide, shared the historical background of the museum as well as in-depth information about the thoughtfully displayed art / textile pieces.
This beautiful home houses a collection of decorative arts that tells the history of our country.
#5 of 8 Museums in Bethlehem
A hopping place that is a great place to view art and buy a unique gift or acquisition for one's own art collection.
First Fridays are always a good time to visit because many of the artists who have studios here are available to talk to and there is more to see then any other time.

America On Wheels Museum

Allentown 4.3 mi away
#1 of 10 Museums in Allentown
The cars, bikes and trucks on display are incredible and this place is a treasure trove of information about the automotive industry from its conception until the present day.
There is even a beautiful 1950's (Real) Diner inside the Museum, You could spend countless hours looking and admiring the vast selection of Exhibits.
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#6 of 8 Museums in Bethlehem
Awesome !! A great display of the History of the Lehigh Valley and Allentown , Bethlehem and Easton Pa.
The museum is well-staffed with deeply spirited and passionate people.

Allentown Art Museum

Allentown 4.9 mi away
#2 of 10 Museums in Allentown
For it's size it is exceptional, with wonderful exhibits (the Hudson River school exhibit is superb), the Frank Lloyd Wright library room, American and European art (from the 1600's to modern works)and an interact...
This small art museum is a gem with a diverse permanent collection and, currently, several galleries devoted to Who Shot Sports, It’s an all encompassing exhibit of sports photography with early examples from the...
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Liberty Bell Museum

Allentown 5.1 mi away
#6 of 10 Museums in Allentown
Although the facility is over 50 years old since the Zion Church was excavated and the original shrine was built in the excavated area, it still has the same appeal it had from the first day it was completed and o...
His knowledge and expertise surrounding the hiding of the bell in Allentown during the Revolutionary War made history come alive for us!
#5 of 10 Museums in Allentown
The number of trains running and the displays from towns, theme parks,drive in theater to a ski mountain plus many more is top notch.
Some of our favorites were Cinderella's castle, the amusement park and the ski mountain.

Lehigh County Heritage Center

Allentown 4.9 mi away
#7 of 10 Museums in Allentown
Must be frustrating to the staff because the exhibits are excellent--Presidents, local history, a restored Rolls, and a special exhibit on Palmerton, historical home of New Jersey Zinc Company.
The history of the Lehigh Valley is rich and interesting.

Mack Trucks Historical Museum

Allentown 7.1 mi away
#3 of 10 Museums in Allentown
My son loves learning about vehicles of all kinds and the Mack Truck Historical Museum has been on our list for over a year to visit.
one of the best museums with guided tours so people learn the hole story of Mack trucks in the Lehigh valley.former