101 Founders Way 3H

(P) 610-297-7100

SteelStacks is a ten-acre campus dedicated to arts, culture, family events, community celebrations, education and fun. Once the home plant of Bethlehem Steel, the second largest steel manufacturer in the nation, the site has been reborn through music and art, offering more than 1,000 concerts and eight different festivals annually.


25 W 3rd Street

(P) 610-332-1300

This complex assembled from six buildings, including a former banana distribution warehouse, is the home to ArtsQuest's visual arts education programs. It includes 30 studio artists, three galleries and multiple classrooms. It's also home to Pennsylvania Youth Theatre (which offers dance, drama and voice education to students ages 6 to 18).

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1325 Steel Ave

(P) 610-865-7081

The Bethlehem Skateplaza is a 23,000 square foot oasis for skaters and bikers open from dawn to dusk every day of the year, weather permitting. It has the ability to host events, competitions, and classes for young skaters and bikers. For those engaged in high action sports, the Skateplaza will be like none ever experienced. For non-riders, the Plaza will function as a passive space to watch the action, gather for fellowship, or simply relax outdoors.

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25 E 3rd Street

(P) 610-791-2228

Color Me Mine is a paint-your-own pottery and family art studio located on the SouthSide of Bethlehem PA where you can discover the Art of Having Fun!

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101 Founders Way

(P) 610-297-7100

The Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas are a two-screen independent, foreign and arthouse cinema located in the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks at 101 Founder’s Way in Bethlehem, PA. Prices are $11 (regular) / $8.50 (seniors 60+ and ages 25 & under) / $7.50 member. Matinee Prices are $8.50 (regular) / $7.50 (ages 25 and under & senior) / $7 ArtsQuest Members with the exception of the Saturday Late Night Series and other special events/one-off screenings (prices vary).

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5 E 4th Street

(P) 610-440-3366

Dubbed by the community as the place "Where Fun People Meet and Party," the Funhouse has been bringing SouthSide Bethlehem the finest live bands that have ever plugged in electric guitars and banged on the drums for 40 years. The Funhouse aims to rock and roll all night long, with door cover at 9pm on weekends and special shows.

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7 E 4th Street

(P) 610-867-2390

For more than 46 years, Godfrey Daniels has been considered one of the best listening rooms around, where people come to appreciate live music, and to celebrate a rare place where both the artist and the audience rise to the occasion. This wonderful reputation makes it possible to see some great acts that one ordinarily could only see on larger concert stages, as well as catching emerging stars on their way.

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420 East Packer Avenue

(P) 610-758-3615

LUAG is a free art museum located at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA. Tracing our roots to 1926, the current museum cares for a permanent collection of over 18,000 works of art from diverse cultures and time periods, including over 50 outdoor sculptures.  Through exhibitions, programs, and community engagement, we are a resource for all who wish to view, study, or teach with works of art.

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789 E 1st Street

(P) 610-332-1300

Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks is a nonprofit community organization that presents 50 FREE concerts each summer as part of the Levitt Summer Concert Series. The concerts take place at the Levitt Pavilion nestled at the base of the iconic Bethlehem blast furnaces on the SteelStacks arts and culture campus.

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25 W 3rd Street

(P) 610-332-1400

Pennsylvania Youth Theatre brings the highest quality, most comprehensive and professional performing arts instruction to young people in the Lehigh Valley. PYT has led the charge in providing a warm and safe environment for our students to explore, train and create through our classes in drama, dance and voice, as well as through our many productions.

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320 East 1st St

(P) 610-625-4774

The Steel City Ice Center offers daily public skating sessions when you can grab your skates and hit the ice with your friends and family! The Ice Center offers programs in figure skating, ice hockey, speed skating and recreational skating instruction at all levels. They also offer private lessons for the beginner and advanced skater or hockey player at any age.

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321 E 4th Street

(P) 610-867-1689

Founded in 1981, Touchstone Theatre is a professional not-for-profit theatre dedicated to the creation of original work.  At its center is a resident ensemble of theatre artists rooted in the local community of Bethlehem, the Greater Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania and the international community of Ensemble Theatres.

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77 Wind Creek Boulevard

(P) 610-297-7414

Through a partnership with Live Nation Entertainment, the Wind Creek Event Center  brings A-list performers, to an intimate venue, unique to the Lehigh Valley. Live Nation was brought on board by Vision Entertainment Group, which partnered with Wind Creek on the project.

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420 East Packer Avenue

(P) 610-758-2787

Approaching its 25th year, Zoellner is the physical home of the Lehigh University Art Galleries, the Music and Theatre Departments, and the Presenting Series; it hosts over 250 events a year including many student club activities, as well as, campus and community events. The Presenting Series has brought a wide array of multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural performances to Baker Hall's stage, including Tony Bennett, Yo-Yo Ma, John Lithgow, the New York Philharmonic, Itzhak Perlman, Boz Scaggs, Bobby McFerrin, Cirque Eloize and Momix. Over 50,000 people are welcomed through its doors each year.