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Dining in Bethlehem

Bethlehem offers over 80 restaurants, many within walking distance from conference locations. Some suggestions:

Apollo Grill
apollogrill.com
Cachette Bistro & Creperie
cachettebethlehem.com
Artisan Wine & Cheese Cellars
artisanwineandcheesecellars.com
Cilantro
cilantrobethlehem.com
The Brick
thebrickpa.com
Touch Thai
touchthaibethlehem.com
Edge Restaurant
edgerestaurant.net
Johnny’s Bagels & Deli
johnnysbagelsanddeli.com
The Melting Pot
meltingpot.com/bethlehem-pa/
The Mint Gastropub
bethlehemmint.com
McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub and Whiskey Bar
redstagpub.com
Mexico Lindo
mexico-lindo-restaurant.com
Tapas on Main
tapasonmain.com
El Paisano
Twisted Olive
twistedolivebethlehem.com
The Wise Bean Coffee and Espresso Bar
wisebean.com
The Wooden Match
beermeatcigars.com
The Joint Coffee Shop
Brew Works
thebrewworks.com/bethlehem-brew-works/
Mama Nina Foccacheria
mamaninabethlehem.com
Thai Thai II
thaithai2bt.com
Tap Room
hotelbethlehem.com/tap-room/
Molto Pazzo 1741 on the Terrace
hotelbethlehem.com/1741-on-the-terrace/
Corked Wine Bar
corkedwinebar.com

What to do in Bethlehem

Visit the City of Bethlehem’s website at www.bethlehempa.org to discover local stores and businesses, and to find out what’s happening in Bethlehem during your stay.


 

What to do in Nazareth

Visit www.nazarethnow.org for a list of events, dining, shopping, arts and entertainment in Nazareth, PA. For general information, visit the Borough of Nazareth’s website at www.nazarethboroughpa.com.


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www.moravianhistoricalsociety.org | 610-759-5070 | 214 E. Center St., Nazareth

Visit the Moravian Historical Society (MHS) in historic, downtown Nazareth, Pennsylvania, to experience one of the most distinctive colonial-era communities in North America. Explore Moravian contributions to American musical culture, including the earliest known violin made in the American colonies and the 1776 Tannenberg organ. Marvel at our exquisite collection of paintings by John Valentine Haidt, one of the first artists in America to portray chiefly religious topics. Admire the Whitefield House and Gray Cottage, the two oldest Moravian structures in North America.

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Established in 1857, the MHS is the third oldest historical society in Pennsylvania. The site features permanent and changing exhibitions, and a gift shop featuring books, local souvenirs, and handmade artisanal items.

MHS is an affiliate of the Moravian Archives, Bethlehem. Together, both organizations publish the Journal of Moravian History.

Open daily 1pm – 4pm (except major holidays) for self-guided tours. Guided adult and youth group tours (ten or more guests) are available by appointment.


HBPlogoHistoric Bethlehem Museums & Sites

www.HistoricBethlehem.org | 1-800-360-TOUR | 505 Main Street, Bethlehem

Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites in association with the Smithsonian Institution invites you to discover 300 years of history and experience Bethlehem’s unique heritage including Historic Moravian Bethlehem, our newly designated National Historic HBPPaul-SLandmark District. Visit our Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts and Collections Resource Center featuring changing exhibits, period rooms, and galleries highlighting style and design over three centuries and our renown E.J. Prime Dollhouse collection. Travel 6/10ths of a mile to be out in the country at our 1748-1848 Burnside Plantation, our farm in the city. Please call 1-800-360-TOUR for reservations or visit our website for details www.historicbethlehem.org.

 

Each day of the conference, we will be offering special tours of the 1752 Apothecary, 1758/1765 Nain-Schober House and 1744/1751 Single Sisters’ House at 12:30 pm. Please call 1-800-360-TOUR for reservations or visit our website for details.

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Conference attendees will receive $2 off our Pass into History or our walking tours and 10% discount in our Museum Stores at the 1810 Goundie House/Visitor Center, 1741 Gemeinhaus, and Kemerer Museum.