Just 17 days left ’til Passport to History Month!

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This August, local historical sites are partnering to host Lehigh Valley Passport to History Month. The month is a celebration of local history, stories, and the community that bring Lehigh Valley history to life. Each weekend in August, different participating locations will open their doors to the public with tours, activities, and programs for visitors of all ages.


To date, participating locations include:
  • George Taylor House – Saturday Only
  • Horner’s Cemetery
  • Leesport Lock House Foundation – Saturday Only
  • National Canal Museum – Saturday Only
  • No. 9 Coal Mine & Museum
  • Northampton Area Historical & Genealogical Society
  • Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center


  • 1803 House
  • Alburtis Lock Ridge Historical Society
  • Emmaus Historical Society
  • Forks Township Historical Society
  • George Taylor House – Sunday Only
  • Horner’s Cemetery – Saturday Only
  • Lower Macungie Historical Society
  • Whitehall Historical Preservation Society
  • Williams Township Historical Society – Saturday Only
  • Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm – Saturday Only
  • Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites
  • Historic Easton Cemetery
  • Jacobsburg Historical Society
  • Moravian HIstorical Society
  • Slate Belt Heritage Center
  • Coopersburg Historical Society
  • National Museum of Industrial History
The full event schedule is available by visiting https://lvhistory.org/passport-to-history-month/.
Child-friendly tours and children’s activities and games will be available for tons of family fun!
Lehigh Valley Passport to History sites continue to follow CDC and state health guidelines to ensure safety for their visitors. Please check with each site for their updated policies.


Please Click Here for the Full Event Itinerary
Information provided to TVL by:
Lehigh Valley Passport to History

About Passport to History:
Lehigh Valley Passport to History is a partnership of 40 historic sites and resources in and around Pennsylvania’s Lehigh and Northampton counties. The group helps to promote local tourism and shares historical activities, events, tours, and exhibitions throughout the Valley. Explore more at lvhistory.org.
Passport to History is supported in part with funding received through the
County of Northampton’s Hotel Tax Program