Bethlehem Travel Guide
Welcome to Bethlehem, PA!
Bethlehem can be found in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania, an area known for the prolific steel production that helped to build the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco as well as a significant portion of the New York skyline. Today, Bethlehem offers visitors a variety of historical and cultural attractions to enjoy. The annual Nazareth to Bethlehem Peace Pilgrimage fosters attitudes of non-violence in conjunction with the December holiday season. Christmas is a particularly popular time to visit Bethlehem as the town has adopted the traditions and stories of the Middle Eastern city from which it was named. Pennsylvanian culture and history can be found at the Moravian Museum of Bethlehem, an attraction run by the Historic Bethlehem Partnership. Visitors in late summer will discover Musikfest, a festival celebrating American music in all its forms.
Situated in the heart of Lehigh Valley, Burnside Plantation was founded in the mid-18th century by James Burnside, the first legislator to serve in Northampton County.
Hotels & Motels
The Historic Hotel Bethlehem is located in the historic downtown district of Bethlehem, PA.
Lost River Caverns are situated in Hellertown, just south of Bethlehem.