34th Annual Blueberry Festival To Go Market


Bethlehem Blueberry Festival

Weekends: July 17-18 & 24-25, 2021

Drive-thru Pickups Weekdays: July 19-23, 2021

It's the 34th Annual Blueberry Festival where tongues turn blue! Again this year, in a safe visitor format, The Blueberry To Go Market is a 9-day market open from 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. to visit onsite the weekends of July 17-18 and 24-25. Drive-thru pickups weekdays Monday-Friday, July 19-23 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., with Senior Hours from 9:00-10:00 a.m. at Burnside Plantation.

On weekends, bring the family out to visit Bethlehem's “farm-in-the-city” at Burnside Plantation. Pre-purchased tickets are required for COVID-19 Green Phase Guidelines. Admission for a 90-minute time slot is $3 for adults and $3 for children, including a take home craft bag with Moravian Paper Dolls, Burnside Butterflies, Cheerio Birdfeeders, and a word search and eye-spy activity. Parties of up to 5 people can reserve a picnic spot in the Apple Orchard or Lower Meadow by the Willow trees for $10. Picnic spots are first come, first serve. Ticket purchasers will receive exclusive access to our Heritage Trail mobile app that previews the Monocacy Link portion of the Heritage Trail.

Visitors can browse and shop items from the blueberry festival PA's variety of hand-picked crafters and gourmet food vendors, and enjoy individually packaged blueberries pies. Individuals 21 and older can enjoy cans of beer from Fegley’s Brew Works including Blueberry Belch, local wines from Black River Farms, and a Blueberry Lemonade Crush from Xplorer Spirits produced by Kilimanjaro Distillery in Allentown. Want to bring even more blueberries home? Shop the Blueberry Shoppe, and pick up your favorite blueberry treats including salsas, jams, shrubs, jerky, syrup, coffee, pancake mix, whipped honey, vinaigrette, and more.

Weekend visitors will enjoy the tunes of local acoustic musicians throughout the grounds, including The Druckenmillers, The Old Time Jam, and Young at Heart Boys, demonstrations by Neverland K-9 Institute, outdoor games: cornhole, can jam, chess, take the Barn Tour, see colonial farm equipment, and visit the award-winning Colonial Garden and Pollinator Garden at the Burnside Plantation.


Weekend parking will be located for free at St. Luke’s Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation Center, 1441 Schoenersville Road, Bethlehem, PA 18018 with additional metered parking available on West Union Boulevard, adjacent to the entrance of the Monocacy Greenway. Entrance to Burnside Plantation is also bike friendly. All proceeds from this event help Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites to maintain 20 historic landmarks in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Drive-Thru To Go: Weekdays!

Patrons are able to pre-order online and pick up all their favorite blueberry desserts this year including pie from Tombler’s Bakery, coffee cake and strudel from The Bakery Nook, and blueberry cookies from Backdoor Bakeshop. New this year are pre-packaged Blueberry Boxes, featuring the ever popular Blueberry Bonanza Box that includes one of each: pie, strudel, and coffee cake, a box of fresh fruits and produce from Bechdolt’s Orchard, a set of colonial kids games and crafts, and a box of treats and toys for your pup. Also available for pre-order are blueberry bushes to take home and plant in your own yard.

Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites operates this festival.

*select photography by Scott Piccotti