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Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom, Allentown
Opened in 1884, the Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom is a famous amusement and water park near Allentown in Pennsylvania, US. It is the biggest crowd-magnet in the city and consists of eight roller coasters. Its star attraction is the Steel Force, which is the world’s ninth longest steel roller coaster and the second longest on the American East Coast.
The Allentown Art Museum, Allentown
The Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley is an art museum in Allentown. It has a stunning collection of over 13000 works of art consisting of European art, American art, Textiles and Prints and drawings. This collection is seconded by more than 16000 titles and 40 current periodicals in the museum’s library and archives.
Bethlehem’s SteelStacks is a 10 acre campus holding nearly 1000 concerts and eight festivals every year related to arts, culture and music in Pennsylvania. It is built on the site of the famous (but now defunct) Bethlehem Steel plant that had once served as the epicenter of state’s economy and had produced tons of steel that formed the basis of numerous skyscrapers, bridges and US Navy ships during both the World Wars over last 100 years.
Burnside Plantation, Bethlehem
The Burnside Plantation is a late 18th century farm and living history museum in Bethlehem. It displays local farming practices conducted between 1748 and 1848, which is considered to be a very significant period of agricultural development in America. It also has some displays related to the typical lifestyle of Moravian farmers in 18th century and some early American arts and crafts.