Crisp air teeming with fresh beginnings - September ushers in a new season in Lehigh Valley. As we welcome autumn, be sure to mark your calendar for these eight events taking place throughout the region.
LEHIGH VALLEY INSITE
Lehigh Valley InSite is a blog about things to do, see and experience in Eastern Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. Whether you live here or are coming for a visit, this blog can be your official source for activities, attractions and events.
The authors of Lehigh Valley InSite, who live and work in the region, are staff members of Discover Lehigh Valley, the official destination marketing organization for Lehigh and Northampton counties. The authors are not compensated or otherwise influenced by the businesses or events they write about. On occasion, freelance bloggers are invited to share their experiences from a different perspective.
August 28, 2017 by Sponsored Content
Each October, the city of Bethlehem transforms into a runner's paradise as Runner's World, centralized in nearby Emmaus, brings its annual Half & Festival weekend to the Christmas City. This year, the event will be held October 20 - 22.
It’s no secret that Musikfest offers up much more than just concerts. Over the course of the 10-day festival, visitors have the chance to experience immersive art installations, browse local vendors, and of course - eat plenty of tasty treats.
Don't let summer slip away without enjoying some time in the sunshine! Lehigh Valley offers rolling hills with stunning vistas ready for hiking, waterways primed for kayaking, and so much more.
The lab’s in colorful trouble, and it’s up to you to save the day! In Crayola Experience’s newest attraction – Adventure Lab – guests enter Crayola’s Color Lab only to find it’s in all shades of trouble thanks to several mischievous crayon characters.
Summers go by (way too) quickly. We’ve rounded up a list of 25 must-do summer activities to complete before the leaves start to fall. Ready to get started?
Each summer, Bethlehem comes alive as the tradition of Musikfest returns to the city. The festival kicks off the first Friday of August and continues for 10 consecutive days packed with music, food, and plenty of fun for all ages.
July 14, 2017 by Kaitie Burger
There’s nothing like cracking open a cold beer on a hot day. Lehigh Valley is home to a number of fantastic breweries - ranging from small to large - that offer the perfect brews to quench your summertime thirst.
There’s no better way to celebrate the holiday season than with a visit to Lehigh Valley. Home to Bethlehem, “The Christmas City,” you’ll find countless activities that are ideal for group visits.