Philadelphia Museums
Bucks & Lehigh Counties

On your Pennsylvania vacation, visit one of the Philadelphia museums that are located in Bucks & Lehigh counties with your family.

The museums in this area will give you a glimpse at the past, historical exhibits and information on days gone by.

Close to Philadelphia, you can head to this county and spend a day checking out a museum or two and learn more about the county history.

PA’s origins and beginnings are a large part of our history.

There’s lots of attractions to see throughout the state that offers glimpses into our state’s past.

Bucks County

Historic Fallsington
4 Yardley Avenue
Levittown PA 19054
Levittown PA Hotels

  • Quaker community
  • Various architectural style homes from the 17th to 20th centuries

Mercer and Fonthill Museums


84 South Pine Street
Doylestown PA 18901
Doylestown PA Hotels

Mon-Sat 10 AM-5 PM, Sunday 12-5 PM

  • 18th and 19th century history museum of early American life
  • 40,000+ objects including tools in the pre Industrial Revolution era
  • 55 exhibit rooms
  • Educational programs
  • Events
  • Interactive programs

Fonthill Museum
East Court St & Rte 313
Doylestown PA 18901

Mon-Sat 10 AM-5 PM, Sunday 12-5 PM

  • Home of Henry Chapman Mercer
  • Medieval, Gothic and Byzantine architecture
  • National Historic Landmark
  • European and American art work, decorative ceramic tiles, antique furniture

Michener Art Museum
138 S Pine Street
Doylestown PA 18901

  • Outdoor gallery
  • Touring exhibits
  • Regional artist displays
  • Programs

Moravian Pottery & Tile Works Museum
130 Swamp Road
Doylestown PA 18901

10 AM-4:45 PM daily

  • National Historic Landmark
  • Founder Henry Chapman Mercer
  • Educational programs
  • Events
  • Information on tile making

Pennsbury Manor
400 Pennsbury Memorial Rd
Morrisville PA 19067
Morrisville PA Hotels

Tues-Sat 9 AM-5 PM, Sunday 12-5 PM

  • William Penn’s country home 

Lehigh County

Lehigh County PA offers vacationers a nice selection of Philadelphia museums to visit on a getaway to the southeast area of the state.

Stop by the Mack Truck Museum, browse historical artifacts, visit a sculpture garden and art gallery.

You can easily spend several days going through all the museums here.

There’s a lot of variety and something for everyone in the family to enjoy.

Allentown Art Museum
31 N 5th Street
Allentown PA 18101
Allentown PA Hotels

Wed-Sat 11 AM-5 PM, Sunday 12-5 PM

  • Exhibits
  • Programs
  • Events
  • 14,000 works – European and American collections

America on Wheels
5 N Front St
Allentown PA 18102

Tues-Sat 10 AM-5 PM, Sunday 12-5 PM

  • Bicycles, trucks, automobiles
  • Exhibits
  • Educational programs
  • Events

Haines Mill Museum
3600 Dorney Park Road
Allentown PA 18104

May-September Sat-Sun 1-4 PM

Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts
427 North New Street
Bethlehem PA
Bethlehem PA Hotels

Beginning of April to end of August Thurs-Sun 12-4 PM

  • Exhibits
  • Educational programs
  • Collections include folk art, furniture, porcelain
  • Dollhouses, dolls, furnishings from mid 1800s to mid 1900s

Lehigh University Art Galleries
420 E. Packer Avenue
Bethlehem PA 18015

  • 9000+ objects
  • Exhibits
  • Has sculpture gardens

Lenni Lenape Historical Museum Of Indian Culture
2825 Fish Hatchery Rd
Allentown PA 18103

January-February 12-4 PM, March-December Fri-Sun 12-4 PM

  • Exhibits
  • Artifacts
  • Tours
  • Educational programs

The Mack Trucks Historical Museum
997 Postal Road
Allentown PA 18103

Mon, Wed, Fri 10 AM-4 PM

  • Antique vehicles
  • Photos
  • Documents

Saylor Park & Cement Industry Museum
North 2nd Street
Coplay PA 18037–cement-museum

Sat-Sun 1-4 PM

  • 9 kilns
  • David O Saylor had first Portland Cement patent in the United States
  • Exhibits

Have fun at one of the museums on a PA vacation!

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