Four Lehigh Valley Museums & Tours to Visit for Free this Winter

January 11th, 2017 posted by

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Having fun doesn't have to break the bank!

Your time in Lehigh Valley can be packed with fun without breaking the bank. Check out these four free tours & museums experiences that offer free admission. For even more savings, be sure to check out our coupons page as well as our seasonal deals & discounts.

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Museum Day Live! Returns September 24

September 21st, 2016 posted by

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Explore the museums of Lehigh Valley.

Hosted by Smithsonian Magazine, Museum Day Live! gives visitors the chance to gain access to museums across the country free of charge. On Saturday, September 24, ten Lehigh Valley venues will be participating in Museum Day Live.

Gaining access to the participating venues is easy. Simply click here to get your ticket. Enter your name, email address, state, and your museum of choice. After submitting your information, you’ll receive a ticket via email that will be valid for you and one guest. Keep in mind that you’ll need to present this ticket at the museum of your choice to be able to gain free entry. Some restrictions, including access to certain exhibits within museums, may apply.

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Fall Golf in Lehigh Valley is Perfect

October 1st, 2015 posted by

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Living in the eastern Pennsylvania we are afforded the luxury of four seasons, albeit of late it seems as if we only have two. But rest assured fall is here, and the season makes for the perfect time to hit the links. The weather isn’t as humidity, the courses aren’t as crowded, and the scenery is absolutely magnificent. Plus, a lot of the courses offer fall discounts as well.

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Coming to Musikfest? Add Even More Fun to Your Plans

August 7th, 2015 posted by

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Da Vinci Science Center Allentown

Musikfest is packed with fun, but that only scratches the surface of all there is do enjoy in Lehigh Valley. We’ve highlighted some of our favorite events to tack on to your visit- no matter which days you’re in town.

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The Sweetest Festival of the Summer Returns for Another Fun-Filled Year

July 18th, 2015 posted by

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Blueberries galore!

Each July, Burnside Plantation transforms into the home of the Blueberry Festival. Presented by Historic Bethlehem Museum & Sites, this event celebrates one of the summer’s tastiest treats.

As you enter the grounds of Burnside Plantation, you are taken back in time. The original structures still stand, and guided tours are available throughout the day. From food, to crafts, to kid-friendly entertainment, and even more food- there’s something for everyone at this annual event.

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Looking to explore the art, culture, and history of Northampton County?  The Sigal Museum has it all!

July 2nd, 2015 posted by

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The Abel Opera House, Sigal Bridal Gallery, and the Sigal Museum all have one very big thing in common: their location. The Abel Opera House and Sigal Bridal Gallery evolved to what is now the historic downtown Easton’s Sigal Museum. I say “evolved” as the museum still pays homage to these previous tenants in many ways through their exhibits. Opening in the summer of 2010, the Sigal Museum is a gem in the historic downtown, flying a bright red banner reading “History Here” on its exterior. The museum is a mere block from the Easton Farmers’ Market, and a must-see if you are in the area! There is something in this museum for everyone – adults and children alike.

The sign says it all.

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Come Cool off at Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley.

June 25th, 2015 posted by

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Iceland

Enjoy the heat … somewhere it’s minus 3 degrees today. Summer has officially begun, and temperatures in Lehigh Valley will top 90-degrees this week, but tomorrow there’s an 80-percent chance of three inches of the white stuff falling in the aptly named Snow Hill, Antarctica. Can you stand the stifling humidity just a little more now?

Whether you like your day’s the-hotter-the-better, or are already grumbling about having to leave the office at lunchtime, the staff at the Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley has a suggestion, cool out!

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Find Out What Makes Lehigh Valley’s Arts and Culture Scene Flourish

February 10th, 2015 posted by

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Arts & culture in Lehigh Valley provide something for everyone.

To get a dose of culture, you don’t have to travel to New York City. We’re lucky to have some of the region’s most outstanding arts & cultural venues right here in our own backyard.

Whether you’re looking for theatre, dance, film, visual, or beyond, you’re certain to find a place that focuses on your interests.

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Allentown Art Museum Celebrates “British Invasion” with Pop Prints

May 27th, 2014 posted by

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Design by Peter Blake (b 1932)

One of the best things about the Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley is their affinity for modern and popular art. 2012’s Rock through the Valley event was a great example of the museum’s willingness to bring in and display interesting, important, vibrant, and relevant arts of all types.

Well, they’re at it again through June 22 with the “British Pop Prints” exhibit in the Payne Hurd Gallery.

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America On Wheels “Orphan Cars” Exhibit Won’t Be Easily Forgotten

May 15th, 2014 posted by

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Gone But Not Forgotten: Orphan Cars of the 1950′s to Today

America On Wheel’s current exhibit is “Gone But Not Forgotten: Orphan Cards of the 1950’s to Today,” and it is quite the exhibit. This exhibit really does span the era’s of car-making from the 1953 DeSoto Firedome Sedan, to the 1963 R2 Avanti to the 1981 Delorean DMC-12 and many in between.

The term “Orphan Cars” refers to those built by manufacturers that have since stopped production and gone out of business.

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