Explore The City Through Historic Bethlehem Museums And Sites

Explore the City Through Historic Bethlehem Museums and Sites

The Historic Bethlehem Partnership, Inc. also known as Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites is a nonprofit organization founded in 1993 that serves to protect and maintain local museums and historic sites. Among the 20 historical sites and buildings maintained by the HBMS are the 1748/1848 Burnside Plantation, The Colonial Industrial Quarter, The 1810 Goundie House, and more.

A Smithsonian Affiliate member, HBMS is among 180 affiliates which also grants members of HBMS to purchase a Smithsonian Membership for a fraction of the cost. Members of the HBMS allows you to help care for local 18th century buildings, help develop online and in-person events, and support their expansive library and artifact collections. For more information about becoming an HBMS member, visit their website here.

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When In Bethlehem: The Flying Egg, 451 Main Street

When In Bethlehem: The Flying Egg, 451 Main Street

If you’ve ever taken a walk down Main Street, you’ve probably seen a sign for the delightfully–named restaurant The Flying Egg. Owned by Columbia native Juan Carlos Paredes with years of experience in the restaurant industry under his belt, his…

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Bethlehem Pennsylvania’s Colonial Industrial Quarter

Bethlehem Pennsylvania’s Colonial Industrial Quarter

Tucked just off Main Street in historic Downtown Bethlehem sits one of America’s earliest industrial parks-- the Colonial Industrial Quarter. The Industrial Quarter sits on 10 acres of land located along the Monocacy Creek and features various historical buildings and…

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Dr. & Sir Inventor’s Suite Inventions

Dr. & Sir Inventor’s Suite Inventions

Have you recently stayed in our Inventor's Suite at the JL Mott Mansion and are wondering where we found our quirky inventions? Wonder no more... Read more to explore our inventions and bring out the inventor in YOU! Our Marvelous…

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