Moravian Museum of Bethlehem
A member of Historic Bethlehem Partnership, the Moravian Museum of Bethlehem includes the 1741 Gemeinhaus, the 1744 Single Sisters’ House, the 1752 Apothecary, and the 1758 Nain-Schober House, the only remaining 18th-century residence for Christianized Native Americans in eastern Pennsylvania, currently undergoing restoration.
The 1741 Gemeinhaus, Bethlehem’s oldest remaining building and a national historic landmark houses a museum that tells the stories of the Moravian founders. Opening the herringbone-patterned doors reveals a place which served the entire community as home, school, church, and workspace during Bethlehem’s earliest days.
Open Thursday – Sunday, 12-4 p.m.