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120 W. Third St.
Bethlehem, PA 18015
Phone: (610) 882-9700
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The Fountain Hill Historic District features 44 building and a structure that are an integral part of this historic area. A variety of on-site mansions, dwellings as well as buildings represent different styles of designing and give an insight into the prevalent structural designs in the bygone era. Hill to Hill Bridge, Masonic Temple and the Lehigh Valley Railroad Headquarters Building are few of the many important landmarks of this district. It also features in the National Register of Historic Places.
Located on the campus of the Lehigh University, this church was built in 1885. The Packer Memorial Chapel is a splendid Gothic Revival structure with a 125 feet (38 meters) tower. It was gifted by Mary Packer to Lehigh in her parents memory. Originally an Episcopalian church, it also hold Roman Catholic services as well. This beautiful church is used for weddings, memorials, funerals and other events. It has been a significant part of the Asa Packer Campus and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
Lehigh is a well-known private university located in Bethlehem, PA about 70 miles north of Philadelphia. Established in 1865, it is a research university, but is known for excelling in a number of disciplines. The campus covers 2350 acres with 150 buildings. Faculty and alumni include winners of such prestigious prizes as the Nobel Prize, Pulitzer Prize and the Fullbright Scholarship, as well as a large number of other notable personalities.
The Bethlehem Area Public Library features the Bethlehem Room, which offers visitors access to non-circulating books, journals, pamphlets, directories, clippings, photographs, maps and other research materials housed in our local history collections. A library branch can be found at 400 Webster Street.
The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor goes through five Pennsylvania counties: Luzerne, Carbon, Northampton, Lehigh and Bucks.
Funded in part through a grant from the Lehigh Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Historic Bethlehem Welcome Center is housed in the brick Federal-style Goundie House. Built by Bethlehem
The 18th-century inn was a two-story structure built by the Moravians. Its features include a hip roof, an enlarged third story with 17 rooms. It is a great venue choice for hosting private events and social functions that can boast a charming backdrop. It is added to the National Register of Historic Places.
A historic farm established in 1748, by Northampton County
The Pembroke Village stands as a monumental community within the Bethlehem region of Pennsylvania. The area is predominantly a public housing region and has been registered on the National Register of Historic Places since the year 1988.
With walking trails, regular events and beautiful surrounds, the Monocacy Park is a must go for all those who are looking for a refreshing change from the mundane lifestyle of regular deary existence. You can indulge in several activities like strolling around, catching up with friends or simply lazing around as you listen to one of the fine musical performances. Monocacy Park is dog friendly with special area designated for them. Taking a trip to the Monocacy Park is sure to provide relaxation and entertainment.
A constant 52 degrees, the natural limestone Lost River Caverns was accidentally discovered in 1883. With clear waters coming from an unknown source, Lost River Caverns five chambers contain many stalactites, stalagmites and other crystal formations along with fluorescent minerals.
Built between 1814 and 1819, the Old Lehigh County Courthouse in Allentown is located only few blocks away from the new City Hall. Towering to about two stories, the building is beautifully designed and ornamented using expensive materials. Arguably the most interesting feature of the place is the courtroom on the second floor which was done up in Roman Baroque and Renaissance styles somewhere between 1914 and 1916. The exceptional building is a reflection of a grand past and a stark contrast amongst its small-town surroundings.