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The Sun Inn

The Sun Inn

Currently a Museum and Tavern, the Inn was built on Main Street in 1758 to house distinguished guests of the Moravians in what at that time was deemed just “outside the entrance” to the closed community.s

Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center & 1810 Goundie House

This Federal Style home is believed to be the oldest constructed of brick in Bethlehem. J.S. Goundie was a successful brewer and businessman who also served as Mayor and fire inspector.

Bethlehem's Second Store

This private building on Market Street once served as the Second Store located just a few yards from the Horsfield house first store. The majestic limestone building with its associated carritage house adds to the architectural integrity of Market Street.

Horsfield House

First store in Bethlehem in 1753 selling over 200 different goods produced by the general economy and is currently a private residence.

1869 Luckenbach Mill

Sits on the site of the first flour mill which was a wooden building built in 1743 and replaced by a limestone building in 1751. When it was gutted by fire in 1869 it was rebuilt as shown and used well into the 20th century.

1761 Tannery

This facility built in 1761 annually processed over 3000 animal hides for the production of leather products from clothing and shoes to harnesses and machinery parts.

Historic Hotel Bethlehem

The current hotel was opened in 1922 as an elegant “Community Hotel” to both host guests of Bethlehem Steel and serve as the social center of the community with its Grand Ballroom and restaurants.

1750 Smithy/Moravian Blacksmith Shop

This is one of the only buildings rebuilt meticulously from the drawings left by the Moravians in the Moravian Archives. Rebuilt in 2004 on the original site it serves as the entry point from Main Street to the Colonial Industrial Quarter.

1762 WaterWorks

This National Historic Landmark was built in 1762 by the Moravians as the first pumped municipal water system in America. It would be another 35 years before another such system would be put in service in the American colonies.

Single Brethren's House

This magnificent structure anchoring the end of Main Street was completed in 1748 and contained the Single Brethren’s Choir for 72 single men during the period of the general economy. It was later expanded to permit trades and crafts including a foundry.

Main Hall

This 4 story brick building was built in 1854 housing the growing number of students at Moravian Seminary for Girls.and was one of the first buildings in Bethlehem with gas lights.

Frueauff House

This federal style home was built later in 1819 for the ninth principal of the Moravian Seminary for Girls. In 1914, the building was sold to Moravian College for Women and converted to offices and classrooms.

Moravian College

Moravian College traces its roots to 1742 with the establishment of separate schools for both boys and girls in the Geimeinhaus. The college is recognized as the 6th Oldest College in the US and first to educate women.

Widow's House

The last building constructed for the Moravian Choirs was completed in 1768 for the widows and contained large congregational gardens in the rear. There were additions to this original limestone building in 1794 and 1889 to the rear.

Central Moravian Church

This impressive structure was the 3rd place of Worship for the Moravians built from 1803 to 1806 in Federal Style Architecture. The church was built to seat 1500 people when only 580 resided in Bethlehem with the concept that Christian Native Americans would unite with the colonists in worship.

The Moravian Book Shop

The oldest, continually operated bookstore in the world.

1752 Apothecary

The Apothecary was operated in the Gemeinhaus for the first 10 years of the community but moved to its new location in 1752.

Nain-Schober House

This building was built in 1758 and is the only building remaining in the Delaware & National Corridor that was built by and lived in by Native American Indians.

Bursar's House

This currently private property was one of the earliest private homes built after the transition from a general economy to a private economy in 1762. Built by the Moravians for their new English bursar to manage their business affairs under the new economy.

John Heckewelder House

Located across the street from the Nain House is the home of the most prominent Moravian missionary built in 1810. John Heckewelder was a writer and Indian interpreter appointed by George Washington as the 1st US Commissioner to the Indians after the American Revolution.

God's Acre

A great place to stroll and read the flat stones in this serene wooded area as the final resting place for Moravians from 1742-1911. Moravian colonists are buried next to converted Native Americans and African born Moravians in what is referred to as the “democracy of death”.

Moravian Academy Lower School

This building was built in 1858 near the end of what had been a closed community to Moravians only. This building became the day school for both the boys and girls. In 1971, the boys Prep School and Moravian Seminary for Girls merged into Moravian Academy. s

Old Chapel

Built as the 2nd place of worship in 1751 after the “Saal” in the Gemeinhaus became overcrowded. Many of the Revolutionary War visiting distinguished guests worshipped here with the Moravians during their stay at the Sun Inn.

Moravian Museum of Bethlehem & 1741 Gemeinhaus

A National Historic Landmark that is the largest Colonial period log structure in continuous use in the US. This structure was the 2nd structure built in Bethlehem and was known as the “Community House”.

Bell House

Built and expanded between 1746-1749 as a residence for married couples.This stone structure and belfry are a prime example of Colonial Germanic architecture characteristic of the community.

Single Sisters' House

Built in 1744 to house the single men and women of the community in what were called choirs, it became the Single Sisters Choir upon completion of the Brethren’s House in 1748. In addition to providing dormitories, a dining room, and kitchen this building the served as a work area for handcrafts for the sisters to contribute to the general economy. s

Schnitz Haus

This small building nestled back from Church Street served as the cutting and drying house for apples. Extensive gardens existed on the south side of Church Street including extensive apple orchards from trees brought to the community in 1743.

Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts

This Museum is a decorative arts museum owned and operated by Historic Bethlehem Museums and Sites. It is the only decorative arts museum in Pennsylvania and one of only 11 in the US.

Lehigh University

Asa Packer was a Canal and Railroad pioneer who in 1865 announced at a dinner at the Sun Inn on Main Street that he was founding Lehigh University to provide technical education to future business leaders required for the burgeoning Industrial Revolution.

National Museum of Industrial History(NMIH)

This museum is located in a former Bethlehem Steel facility with the sole purpose to display the Industrial History of the United States including the Steelmaking that occurred on this site until its closure in 1995.

Hoover-Mason Trestle @ Steelstacks

Located at the site of the famous Bethlehem Steel Corporation, the iconic blast furnaces can now be visited up close on the newly constructed Hoover Mason Trestle. These furnaces roared 24 hours a day lighting the night skies of Bethlehem for nearly 100 years until the plant closed in 1995.

AM Luxe Apparel

A women's clothing store offering a unique wardrobe.

Franklin Hill Vineyards

Offering traditional wine tastings, flights, glasses, and bottle sales.

Aardvark Sports Shop, Inc.

A specialty running store.

Outside the Box Sneaker Boutique

Boutique offering a various amount of shoe styles.

Paisley Sun

Unique gift shop complete with keepsakes from Christmas City, USA.

Gem Shop

Unique and stylish women's clothing and accessories.

Donegal Square

Offering fine British Isles and Irish imports since 1985.

Clusters Handcrafted Popcorn

A popcorn bakery offering a variety of gourmet handcrafted popcorn offerings.

Designer Consigner Shop

High end designer consignment boutique.

The Steel Beam

Specialty shop selling creative industrial-chic knick-knacks.

La Petitle Provence

Home goods store that sells specially made household accessories.

Knobs 'n Knockers

Everything for a single drawer pull to embellishments for an entire home.

Seasons Olive Oil & Vinegar Taproom

Fresh olive oils and high quality vinegars.

Bethlehem House Contemporary Art Gallery

Enrich your home with a unique, original, local piece of art or handcrafted furniture.

The Shoppe at Hotel Bethlehem

Browse a wide variety of women's clothing, jewelry, purses, hats, and gifts. Located in the HIstoric Hotel Bethlehem.

Grandpa Joe's Candy Shop

Come experience the incredible selection of candy, soda and gifts.

The Foo Foo Shoppe

Massive collection of bath & body products from the finest brands on the market today.

Young's Magasin de Quartier

Young's Magasin features unique, artisan, locally made and fair trade items.

Hand Cut Crystal

A premier dealer of Swarovski Jewelry and Crystal Living.

Moravian Book Shop

The oldest, continually operated bookstore in the world.

Musselman Jewelers

Diamonds, silver, colored gemstone jewelry, plus custom designs and jewelry makeovers.

Edge Restaurant

Classic modern cuisines with French and Asian incluences and a fantastic wine selection.s

The Melting Pot | The Fondue Restaurant

Bubbling fondue pots filled with delicious menu selections and a wide range of delightful wine pairings.

The Brick

A family owned and operated authentic brick oven pizzeria and Italian restaurant.

Billy's Downtown Diner Bethlehem

A family oriented diner for breakfast and lunch seven days per week.

Twisted Olive

Casual-bistro style cuisine with a world twist.

Apollo Grill

Cozy, refined bar & grill featuring an extensive appetizer menu, full bar & American entrees.

Brew Works

Environmentally conscious award-winning brewery and restaurant.

Stations Cafe

A fresh and healthy cafe with organic, vegan bread baked daily and locally made Longacre's ice cream.

Tavern at Sun Inn

Colonial-inspired seasonal food and beverages in a truly unique gathering spot.

Joint Coffee

Specialty Coffee Shop.

Crave

Clean smoothies and hand-crafted energy drinks with great music and positive vibes.

Mama Nina's

Homestyle Italian dishes and cuisines.

McCarthy's Red Stag Pub & Whiskey Bar

A taste of Ireland and the British Isles.

Urbano Mexican Kitchen & Bar

Modern Mexican at its best.

Cachette Bistro & Creperie

French inspired bistro & creperie.

Tapas on Main

Cozy bar with seasonal sangrias, ever-changing cocktails, and an extensive wine list.

Johnny's Bagels & Deli

Specializes in delicious crafted bagels and breakfast foods.

Hotel B Ice Cream Parlor

Penn State Creamery Ice Cream available 365 days a year.

Lost Tavern Brewing

Downtown tavern with the highest quality of fresh beer in a variety of classic and crafted styles.

Flying Egg

A fantastic destination for breakfast, lunch, and coffee.

The Tap Room at Hotel Bethlehem

From the locals to esteemed celebrities, the Tap Room is enjoyed by everyone who dines for any meal.

1741 On The Terrace at Hotel Bethlehem

Award-winning fresh, locally sourced culinary experience located in the Historic Hotel Bethlehem.

Hyatt Place Bethlehem

The only modern downtown hotel in historic Bethlehem welcoming all visitors and their pets.

American Hairlines

Come on in and treat yourself to premium salon services.

Clementine Salon

Hair salon specializing in color.

Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center & 1810 Goundie House

This building serves as the beginning of your Moravian experience in Bethlehem serving as the host site for Historic Bethlehem Museums and Site.

Historic Hotel Bethlehem

The current hotel was opened in 1922 as an elegant “Community Hotel” to both host guests of Bethlehem Steel and serve as the social center of the community with its Grand Ballroom and restaurants.

Captured LV Escape Room

Four uniquely themed escape rooms with 60 minutes to escape.

Rockin' Good Health

Offering massage therapy by appointment.

Healing Hands Message & Wellness Center

A hidden treasure right in the heart of Historic Downtown Bethlehem.

Hyatt Place Bethlehem

The only modern downtown hotel in historic Bethlehem welcoming all visitors and their pets.
45 West North Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 625-0500

American Hairlines

Come on in and treat yourself to premium salon services.
74 West Broad St.
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 882-9848

Clementine Salon

Hair salon specializing in color.
77 West Broad Street, Unit C
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-8899

Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center & 1810 Goundie House

This building serves as the beginning of your Moravian experience in Bethlehem serving as the host site for Historic Bethlehem Museums and Site. It once served as an emporium of dry goods for the son in law of J.S. Goundie next door and was known as Mr. Schropp’s Shop.
505 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(800) 360-8687

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Historic Hotel Bethlehem

The current hotel was opened in 1922 as an elegant “Community Hotel” to both host guests of Bethlehem Steel and serve as the social center of the community with its Grand Ballroom and restaurants. It replaced the Eagle Hotel that had been built by the Moravians in 1823 and sits on the location of the First House in Bethlehem where the town was named on Christmas Eve 1741. The current Hotel was recently named #3 Best Historic Hotel in the country by USA Today.
437 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 625-5000

Captured LV Escape Room

Four uniquely themed escape rooms with 60 minutes to escape.
559 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-0449

Rockin' Good Health

Offering massage therapy by appointment.
559 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(484) 802-7365

Healing Hands Message & Wellness Center

A hidden treasure right in the heart of Historic Downtown Bethlehem.
518 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610 882-4325

Edge Restaurant

Classic modern cuisines with French and Asian incluences and a fantastic wine selection.
74 West Broad Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 814-0100

The Melting Pot | The Fondue Restaurant

Bubbling fondue pots filled with delicious menu selections and a wide range of delightful wine pairings.
One East Broad Street, Suite 100
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(484) 241-4939

The Brick

A family owned and operated authentic brick oven pizzeria and Italian restaurant.
1 West Broad Street, Suite 101
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-1141

Billy's Downtown Diner Bethlehem

A family oriented diner for breakfast and lunch seven days per week.
10 East Broad Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 867-0105

Twisted Olive

Casual-bistro style cuisine with a world twist.
51 West Broad Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-1200

Apollo Grill

Cozy, refined bar & grill featuring an extensive appetizer menu, full bar & American entrees.
85 West Broad Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 865-9600

Brew Works

Environmentally conscious award-winning brewery and restaurant.
569 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 882-1300

Stations Cafe

A fresh and healthy cafe with organic, vegan bread baked daily and locally made Longacre's ice cream.
559 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 625-5200

Tavern at Sun Inn

Colonial-inspired seasonal food and beverages in a truly unique gathering spot.
564 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-8600

Coal Lounge

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Joint Coffee

Specialty Coffee Shop.
77 West Broad Street Unit 18C
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-9237

Crave

Clean smoothies and hand-crafted energy drinks with great music and positive vibes.
77 West Broad Street, Unit 11C
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 905-0485

Mama Nina's

Homestyle Italian dishes and cuisines.
546 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 867-9802

McCarthy's Red Stag Pub & Whiskey Bar

A taste of Ireland and the British Isles.
534 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 861-7631

Urbano Mexican Kitchen & Bar

Modern Mexican at its best.
526 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-1736

Cachette Bistro & Creperie

French inspired bistro & creperie.
504 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 625-2515

Tapas on Main

Cozy bar with seasonal sangrias, ever-changing cocktails, and an extensive wine list.
500 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 868-8903

Johnny's Bagels & Deli

Specializes in delicious crafted bagels and breakfast foods.
472 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 861-8299

Hotel B Ice Cream Parlor

Penn State Creamery Ice Cream available 365 days a year.
462 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 625-5355

Lost Tavern Brewing

Downtown tavern with the highest quality of fresh beer in a variety of classic and crafted styles.
444 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-0346

Flying Egg

A fantastic destination for breakfast, lunch, and coffee.
451 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 691-5100

The Tap Room at Hotel Bethlehem

From the locals to esteemed celebrities, the Tap Room is enjoyed by everyone who dines for any meal.
437 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 625-5000

1741 On The Terrace at Hotel Bethlehem

Award-winning fresh, locally sourced culinary experience located in the Historic Hotel Bethlehem.
437 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 625-5000

AM Luxe Apparel

A women's clothing store offering a unique wardrobe.
74 West Broad Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-2037

Franklin Hill Vineyards

Offering traditional wine tastings, flights, glasses, and bottle sales.
559 Main Street, Suite 124
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 332-9463

Aardvark Sports Shop, Inc.

A specialty running store.
559 Main Street, Suite 122
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 866-8300

Outside the Box Sneaker Boutique

Boutique offering a various amount of shoe styles.
559 Main Street, Lower Level Suite #4
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(484) 241-8006

Paisley Sun

Unique gift shop complete with keepsakes from Christmas City, USA.
558 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 868-4400

Gem Shop

Unique and stylish women's clothing and accessories.
550 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 691-6066

Donegal Square

Offering fine British Isles and Irish imports since 1985.
534 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 866-3244

Clusters Handcrafted Popcorn

A popcorn bakery offering a variety of gourmet handcrafted popcorn offerings.
530 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 849-2576

Designer Consigner Shop

High end designer consignment boutique.
523 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-0913

The Steel Beam

Specialty shop selling creative industrial-chic knick-knacks. 521 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 837-6194

La Petitle Provence

Home goods store that sells specially made household accessories.
519 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 849-0374

Knobs 'n Knockers

Everything for a single drawer pull to embellishments for an entire home.
512 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-2548

Seasons Olive Oil & Vinegar Taproom

Fresh olive oils and high quality vinegars.
508 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 866-2615

Bethlehem House Contemporary Art Gallery

Enrich your home with a unique, original, local piece of art or handcrafted furniture.
459 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-6262

The Shoppe at Hotel Bethlehem

Browse a wide variety of women's clothing, jewelry, purses, hats, and gifts. Located in the HIstoric Hotel Bethlehem.
437 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 849-4003

Grandpa Joe's Candy Shop

Come experience the incredible selection of candy, soda and gifts.
462 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(484) 635-1957

The Foo Foo Shoppe

Massive collection of bath & body products from the finest brands on the market today.
460 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 814-2656

Young's Magasin de Quartier

Young's Magasin features unique, artisan, locally made and fair trade items.
458 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(484) 898 - 6969

Hand Cut Crystal

A premier dealer of Swarovski Jewelry and Crystal Living.
452 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 868-2427

Moravian Book Shop

The oldest, continually operated bookstore in the world.
428 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 866-5481

Musselman Jewelers

Diamonds, silver, colored gemstone jewelry, plus custom designs and jewelry makeovers.
420 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 866-3982

The Sun Inn

The Sun Inn

Currently a Museum and Tavern, the Inn was built on Main Street in 1758 to house distinguished guests of the Moravians in what at that time was deemed just “outside the entrance” to the closed community.
564 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 419-8600

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Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center & 1810 Goundie House

This Federal Style home is believed to be the oldest constructed of brick in Bethlehem for the brewer and is attached to the Visitor Center to display exhibits.
505 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(800) 360-8687

Bethlehem's Second Store

This private home on Market Street once served as the Second Store located just a few yards from the Horsfield House first store.
64 W Market Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Horsfield House

Currently a private residence, this stone building was built in 1749 for the Bethlehem’s first Justice of the Peace and enlarged in 1753 to accommodate the first store in Bethlehem. This shop sold over 200 different goods produced by the Moravians in their general economy at that time.

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1869 Luckenbach Mill

Located in the Colonial Industrial Quarter, the one time flour mill currently serves as a location for Historic Bethlehem Museums and Sites (HBMS) events and educational programs.
Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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1761 Tannery

This facility is located next to the Monacacy Creek in the Colonial Industrial Quarter where in 1761 hides were cleaned to produce leather goods for the general economy.
Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Historic Hotel Bethlehem

This 1922 structure continues a nearly 280 year tradition of hospitality on this site beginning with the first house in 1741 and the Moravian owned Eagle Hotel in 1823.
437 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 625-5000

1750 Smithy/Moravian Blacksmith Shop

This is one of the only buildings rebuilt meticulously in 2004 from the drawings left by the Moravians in the Moravian Archives and located on Main Street next to Hotel Bethlehem.
Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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1762 WaterWorks

This National Historic Landmark was built in 1762 by the Moravians and is the first municipal pumped water system in the United States.
Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Single Brethren's House

This is perhaps the most iconic of Moravian buildings with incredible historic significance, however because the west wall was altered when attached to the adjoining building it does not qualify as a Landmark building for World Heritage purposes but represents the face of Moravian College.
99 Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Main Hall

This 4 story brick building was built in1854 to house students at Moravian Seminary for Girls and is currently a Moravian College dormitory.
85 W Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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John F. Frueauff House

This federal style home was built later in 1819 for the ninth principal of the Moravian Seminary for Girls.and is a private residence owned by the Moravian College.
79 W Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Moravian College

Moravian College is the nation's 6th oldest college and the first to educate women in the American Colonies.
370 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

Widow's House

The last building built by the Moravians in 1768 was for the widows in the community.
53 W Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Central Moravian Church

This impressive Federal Style structure with its majestic Belfry was the 3rd place of Worship for the Moravians built from 1803 to 1806.
73 W Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 866-5661

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The Moravian Book Shop

The oldest, continually operated bookstore in the world.
428 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 866-5481

1752 Apothecary

The Apothecary was one of the earliest in the colonies and is available for tours if arranged thru Historic Bethlehem Museum's and SItes(HBMS).
Main Street (behind Musselman's)
Bethlehem, PA 18018

Nain-Schober House

This building was built in 1758 and is the only Native American residence remaining in the Delaware & National Corridor and open for private tour by HBMS.
429 Heckewelder Place
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Bursar's House

This was one of the earliest private homes built by the Moravians for their bursar in 1762 to manage the business affairs of the community.
65 W Market Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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John Heckewelder House

The Heckewelder House is the current home of the Oldest Bach Choir in America.
440 Heckewelder Place
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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God's Acre

A great place to stroll and read the flat stones in this serene wooded area as the final resting place for Moravians from 1742-1911 where Moravian colonists are buried next to converted Native Americans or African born Moravians in what Moravians referred to as the “democracy of death”.
67 W Market Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Moravian Academy Lower School

This building was built in 1858 for the day school for boys and girls which today is Moravian Academy Lower School.
422 Heckewelder Place
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Old Chapel

Built as the 2nd place of worship in 1751 after the "Saal" in the attached Geimeinhaus became overcrowded.
44 W Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Moravian Museum of Bethlehem & 1741 Gemeinhaus

A National Historic Landmark that is the oldest building in Bethlehem serves today as the Moravian Museum operated by Historic Bethlehem Museums and Sites (HBMS) to tell the unique Moravian story as the "community house" with multiple firsts in the American Colonies.
66 W Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 867-0173

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Bell House

Built between 1746-1749, the Bell House was the residence for married couples whose marriage was determined by virtue of a lottery system.
56 W Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Single Sisters' House

Built in 1744 it became the home for single women in the community and is still used as private residences with a portion of this building is open for guided tours.
50 W Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 882-0450

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Schnitz Haus

This building serves as a private residence but was a cutting and drying house for apples in the 1800's.
38 W Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts

This Museum is a decorative arts museum owned and operated by Historic Bethlehem Museums and Sites (HBMS).

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Lehigh University

Asa Packer built Lehigh University in 1865 to provide a technical education for young men who would become leaders of industry in the new industrial economy.
27 Memorial Drive West
Bethlehem, PA 18015

National Museum of Industrial History(NMIH)

This museum is located in a former Bethlehem Steel facility with the sole purpose to display the Industrial History of the United States and is an affiliate of the Smithsonian.
602 E 2nd Street
Bethlehem, PA 18015
(610) 694-6644

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Hoover-Mason Trestle @ Steelstacks

This Trestle was recently opened to provide an up-close guided or self guided walking tours of the history of iron-making at Bethlehem Steel's former blast furnaces located at a facility that employed over 30,000 employees in the mid 20th Century.
101 Founders Way
Bethlehem, PA 18015
(610) 297-7100

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