Immerse Yourself in Our Culture & History


420 E. 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 19,000 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.

We are committed to making the collection and exhibitions inclusive and accessible, both in person and online, for individual and collective learning, teaching, scholarship, creative practices, civic engagement, and general enjoyment. LUAG presents a variety of free public programs annually that range from lectures and symposia to hands-on artmaking and student-led workshops that foster meaningful encounters with art and ideas.

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602 E 2nd Street

(P) 610-694-6644

Housed in the former Electric Repair Shop of the Bethlehem Steel plant site on the vibrant SteelStacks arts & culture campus, the National Museum of Industrial History interprets industry past, present and future through dynamic exhibits, hands-on interactives and engaging programs. Visitors of all ages can enjoy the stories of the people, machines and ideas that transformed our nation through a rich collection of rare artifacts including the esteemed 1876 Smithsonian Industrial collection.