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America On Wheels Museum
#1 of 10 Museums in Allentown
This car museum is larger than expected, has incredible cars and other forms of transportation throughout history.
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Allentown Art Museum
#2 of 10 Museums in Allentown
Friendly reception, brilliant Italian Renaissance collection, tightly curated collection of paintings, sculpture and textiles make this gem of an art museum a must see in the Lehigh Valley.
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...
Mack Trucks Historical Museum
#3 of 10 Museums in Allentown
one of the best museums with guided tours so people learn the hole story of Mack trucks in the Lehigh valley.former
The Mack Truck Museum is located in an out-of-the-way site; but truly well-worth seeking out and exploring.
Da Vinci Science Center
#4 of 10 Museums in Allentown
Another amazing things is that it's part of ASTC travel passport program - if you become members you get free access to dozens museums around the US.
Excellent Science Museum
Merchants Square Model Train Exhibit
#5 of 10 Museums in Allentown
If you're visiting the Mack truck museum this is about 4 blocks away and worth the detour.
there is a pro wrestling museum if you are into that.
Liberty Bell Museum
#6 of 10 Museums in Allentown
This is a very underrated Lehigh Valley museum.
If you love American history you will learn so much at this small museum.
Lehigh County Heritage Center
#7 of 10 Museums in Allentown
Awesome (Small) Museum, Great Programs
SteelStacks Bethlehem 9.0 km away
#1 of 8 Museums in Bethlehem
A lot to do here- there's the catwalk along the blast furnaces which offers super cool and close up view of the old Bethlehem steel, the outdoor music pavilion, the museum, artsquest center, and walking path.
What a great park/entertainment venue with historic site and interpretive museum all in one setting.
Haines Mill Museum
#8 of 10 Museums in Allentown
The Museum of Indian Culture
#9 of 10 Museums in Allentown
I went into the Museum and was immediately welcomed by Wes, the atmosphere was amazing and Wes provided a very hands on education about the Indians, thank you so much for the amazing experience.
I’m a pretty big history nerd and when I can get my boyfriend to indulge me in a day every few months to visit historic/museum sites, this is always on my list.
National Museum of Industrial History Bethlehem 8.7 km away
#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.
Our homeschool co-op took a field trip/ tour of the National Museum of Industrial History - and everyone (kids & parents) had a great time and learned a ton.
Martin Art Gallery
#10 of 10 Museums in Allentown
Warner Art Glass Center Whitehall 3.0 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Whitehall
Moravian Museum of Bethlehem Bethlehem 8.0 km away
#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.
The Moravian Museum is chock full of artifacts, furniture, dolls, musical instruments, and generally everything that reflects what it was like to live in Moravian Bethlehem in the 18th Century.
The Banana Factory Bethlehem 7.9 km away
#4 of 8 Museums in Bethlehem
Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts Bethlehem 8.1 km away
#5 of 8 Museums in Bethlehem
They are part of the Smithsonian Museums and it shows in the quality of the items on display, their presentation, and especially the guide who made it all come alive.
This museum had on display many interesting artifacts from the history of Bethlehem.
Lehigh Millennium Folk Arch and Art Enclave Bethlehem 7.8 km away
#6 of 8 Museums in Bethlehem