The Moravian Museum of Bethlehem introduces guests to the earliest history of the Bethlehem community. On tours, guests discover the remarkable stories behind Bethlehem’s founders, including early Moravian medicinal practices, communal living, missionary work, and a progressive educational system.
The Moravian Museum of Bethlehem complex includes some of the most important and oldest buildings in the Lehigh Valley. Due to its incredible history and architecture, the Gemeinhaus has been designated a National Historic Landmark and is part of Historic Moravian Bethlehem’s National Historic Landmark District.
66 W. Church Street
The Moravian Legacy Exhibit
The Moravian Museum of Bethlehem Complex includes the 1741 Gemeinhaus, Single Sisters House, Nain-Schober House, and the 1752 Apothecary. These sites are available to tour as part of the Moravian Museum of Bethlehem tour at request.
Tickets are non-refundable.