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Moravian Historical Society Whitefield House Museum Guided Tour

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Enjoy a guided tour of the Whitefield House Museum

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Enjoy a guided tour of the 1740-1743 Whitefield House Museum and learn about the significant contributions Moravians made to music, art, education and culture in early America. Our museum collection features an outstanding collection of objects connected to the establishment of the 18th-century Pennsylvania settlements of Nazareth and Bethlehem. Highlights include an outstanding collection of historic musical instruments including the earliest-known violin and piano made in the American Colonies, oil paintings by John Valentine Haidt (1700–1780), and a rare 18th-century rifle made by Andreas Albrecht at the Moravian settlement of Christian's Spring. The Whitefield House is located on the historic Ephrata Tract—the oldest Moravian site in North America.

Tickets are $6.00 per person.

MHS Members are FREE.

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The Moravian Historical Society (MHS) is a nonprofit museum and historic site that preserves, interprets, and celebrates the rich culture of the Moravians. MHS maintains the 1740-1743 Whitefield House and the 1740 Gray Cottage, the oldest Moravian structure in North America. Recognized for its significant collection and historically important 18th century site and buildings, MHS shares this fascinating history through educational programs, guided tours, engaging museum exhibits, and public events.   

We are proud to be a Preserve America Stewards Award winner, a Blue Star Museum, and a partner with National Geographic Magazine's Delaware River geotourism project.

Please contact us at:

214 East Center Street
Nazareth, Pa 18064
610.759.5070
info@moravianhistory.org
610-759-5070

More detailed information about the Moravian Historical Society and the Whitefield House Museum may be found on our website: www.moravianhistory.org.

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