|As night falls faster and frost crystallizes on windows, as the air begins to bite and the clouds groan with the weight of unfallen snow, the Christmas City invites you out of the house and onto the luminous streets of The National Historic Landmark District of Historic Moravian Bethlehem, where you will uncover another side of winter, one infused with history and holiday magic…
The holiday season never tasted so sweet! They have Groman’s Moravian Sugar Cookies and Award-winning kiffles created by Eva Serbert for sale at the Visitor Center, located at 505 Main Street. Reserve your box today by calling 1-800-360-TOUR
December 1-December 23
The only one of its kind in the country! Visitors of the Historic Downtown Bethlehem will enjoy the 10th Annual one-of-a-kind tradition in 2015! Beginning on December 1st at 5:30 p.m., the “Live Advent Calendar” will open at the 1810 Goundie House at 505 Main Street.
December 12 at 5 pm
Inspired by the tradition popularized in 1971 by Wellesley Cookie Exchange, you are invited to attend a cookie recipe exchange at the Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts. Using provided recipe cards featuring vintage designs, broaden your cookie repertoire while learning about the history of Cookie Exchanges in the United States.
December 10, December 17, December 26, January 2
Throughout the Christmas season, Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites invites you to come listen to various performers play holiday music at our historic sites. From acoustic guitarists to caroling docents, there will be beautiful sounds of the holidays for all ages to enjoy.
December 20-31 at 11 am
Kid’s Club Extravaganza
Did you miss a Kid’s Club project that you would have loved to create? Was there a favorite you wish you could do again? This is your chance! Sunday, December 20-Thursday December 31 the Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts will be open for extended hours and will feature all of the past year’s Kid’s Club activities. Drop in during museum hours and send out 2015 with some fun!