The Lehigh Valley has a vast and exciting selection of various types of entertainment. From historic landmarks to modern entertainment, the Lehigh Valley pretty much has it all. Here are just a few things you can do to have fun in the LV!
From smaller venues that host a variety of local musical acts, to big-name bands that travel country, you can find it all here. There are a ton of small venues that host a vast selection of musical tastes. You can also head to The Sands Event Center, ArtsQuest, and PPL Center to see some big names. Plus, Bethlehem hosts one of the biggest music festivals in the summer… Musikfest!
Pennsylvania is one of the original 13 colonies of the United States, so it comes to no surprise that there is simply a lot of history here. From museums to restored buildings, there is a plethora of historic sites you can see up close. From The Bethlehem Steel Stacks and The Colonial Industrial Quarters in Bethlehem, to the Trout Hall in Allentown, there is so much history to absorb… and that’s just naming a few.
Breweries and Beverages
The Lehigh Valley loves a good adult beverage! We have a number of breweries in the area including Weyerbacher in Easton, the Brew Works with locations in Bethlehem and Allentown, and a large variety of wineries like Franklin Hill to delight your palate! We even have our own wine trail!
Fun for the Whole Family
Bringing your family to Lehigh Valley means everyone is going to have a great time. Get creative at the Crayola Experience, have some fun in the sun at Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom, or just spend some time relaxing one of the various parks throughout the area.
“GO PIGS!” and “GO PHANTOMS!” These two phrases are a big deal in the Lehigh Valley. You can basically get your sports fix anytime of the year. From the Iron Pigs at Coca-Cola Park with their Mascots Ferris and Fifi, to The LehighValley Phantoms at the PPL Center with MeLVin, the Lehigh Valley loves their sports. (Plus, MeLVin is basically besties with Gritty, the wild eyed mascot of the Philadelphia Fliers!)
Proximity to Big Cities
From NYC to Philly, the Lehigh Valley has TWO major cities that are practically a stone's throw away. So if you are looking to spend some time on South Street, take a tour of Independence Hall, hit up a Broadway play, or take a stroll through Times Square, they’re just a day trip away.
What is YOUR favorite part about living in the Lehigh Valley?