Formerly the location of a steel plant, SteelStacks is now a ten-acre site devoted to education, family activities, community festivals, and the arts.

Church of the Nativity

The Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem is the most popular tourist destination and is said to be where Jesus Christ was born.

National Museum of Industrial History

The textile, steel and iron, and propane gas industries of the nation are represented in the National Museum of Industrial History's collection.

Manger Square

The center of contemporary Bethlehem is Manger Square, which is surrounded by cafes, eateries, and gift shops.


The merry Christkindlmarkt, one of the best Christmas markets in the world, has been held at SteelStacks since the 1990s.

Burnside Plantation

A 6.5-acre plantation that dates back to 1751 and is one of Bethlehem's major attractions offers fascinating historical events and interactive tours.

Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center

All the information you need about Historic Bethlehem may be found in the Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center and Museum Store.

Zoellner Arts Center

Lehigh University's music program, art galleries, and guest artist series all have a home at the Zoellner Arts Center, which opened its doors in 1997.

Colonial Industrial Quarter

The Colonial Industrial Quarter, the first industrial park in the whole nation, was built by the colonial Moravians in the 1700s.