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With over 25 trees on display across our historic sites, the Trees of Historic Bethlehem display is a time-honored tradition in Bethlehem.
With over 25 trees on display across our historic sites, the Trees of Historic Bethlehem display is a time-honored tradition in The Christmas City. This year, each tree will be inspired by the theme — The Finer Things.
Elegant. Luxurious. Opulent. This year’s Trees of Historic Bethlehem are dripping with finery!
This dazzling array of Christmas trees beautifully decorated by the Bethlehem Garden Club and local volunteers is sure to awe and inspire. Journey across three historic sites where over 25 trees display opulent decorations.
You can enjoy our annual tree display as part of your family’s holiday tradition or start a new tradition this year … and don’t forget to vote for your favorite!
Funding by the Bealer-Greene Christmas Endowment
Save when you bundle your Trees of Historic Bethlehem Tour with Christkindlmarkt tickets.
Purchase the Christmas City Combo for $31.50 today!
Your Christmas City Combo ticket is good for one entry into the Trees of Historic Bethlehem exhibition and Christkindlmarkt at Steelstacks beginning Nov. 17, 2023.
A full schedule will be available soon.
Want to schedule your visit outside of museum hours? Book your custom tour today!
For the holiday season, November 17- January 7:
Full museum tours will be offered on the hour at the Kemerer Museum and Moravian Museum and run approximately 40 minutes.
Trees of Historic Bethlehem Tours will run on the half hour for approximately 20 minutes.
Included in your Trees to Historic Bethlehem pass is admission to the Unspun: Stories of Silk exhibition at The Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts and the Moravian Museum of Bethlehem. Silk, the most luxurious material on the planet is a great companion for these elegant trees.
With a Trees of Historic Bethlehem ticket, visitors also have access to two museums, The Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts and the Moravian Museum of Bethlehem, the holiday art exhibition at the Luckenbach Mill, and the Moravian putz at the Single Sisters’ House featuring reproductions of the buildings that make up the Historic Moravian Bethlehem National Historic Landmark District.
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