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Welcome to this UCPlaces tour of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Local Expert Shahla Davies is a licensed realtor in the Lehigh Valley with a great knowledge of the newest market trends. If after this tour you want to learn more about what Bethlehem has to offer, contact Shahla at 484-547-8259 or shoot her an email at sdavies.realestate@gmail.com. If you want to see more tours in the area you can also check out her tour of Allentown, right here! Now a little about Bethlehem. Bethlehem has a rich, rich history. Known for the headquarters of Bethlehem Steel, Bethlehem was once one of the largest steel producers in the United States. Now Bethlehem has morphed from an industrial hub to a vibrant city. Bethlehem has plenty to offer but if you need to get away, its close proximity to Lehigh Valley’s International Airport makes travel seamless. For commuters, Bethlehem has easy access to interstate 78, Pennsylvania route 412 and U.S route 22. Just like how Bethlehem shares its name with the biblical city, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania has been nicknamed the “Christmas City”. It won’t be hard to get in the Christmas spirit with Bethlehem’s annual Christmas village, holiday cocktail trails and annual gingerbread decorating contest. To start the tour, meet me in downtown Bethlehem right by the North Street parking garage. Just follow your navigation!

Places: 9 POIs Distance: 10.48 mi Duration: 58m

Welcome to Historic America’s Founding Fathers Footsteps tour of Philadelphia. We’re glad you could join us! I’m Aaron, your guide (but I also respond to professional history nerd). This is the part of the tour where I fit in my shameless plug for our website (www.historicamerica.org) and invite you to use the #historicamericatours on social media while traveling alongside us today. This tour is a biographical journey telling the stories of America's Founding Fathers by exploring the sites where they lived and worked here in historic Philadelphia. Here, America’s founding generation oversaw a revolution, wrote our founding documents and gave birth to a young republic. From Betsy Ross’s House, to the grave of Benjamin Franklin, to the assembly room where George Washington became America’s general - this tour is packed with larger-than-life Americans and their most memorable moments. To get started, find your way to the intersection of Market & 2nd Street - near the 2nd Street subway station. A quick note before we begin: Our tour is designed to help you see Philadelphia’s most famous sites no matter when you visit! We will not go inside any buildings, but many of these sites are free and open to the public on most days during regular business hours. However, some sites (like inside Independence Hall) require a free, timed ticket and a security check. If you’d like more information about operating hours and tickets to Independence Hall, you can visit the Independence Visitor Center on Market Street.

Places: 27 POIs Distance: 7.67 mi Duration: 4h:48m