Allentown is a city in the Lehigh Valley region of eastern Pennsylvania, in the United States. It is the third largest city in Pennsylvania, after Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Allentown is also the county seat of Lehigh County. As of 2010, Allentown's population was 118,032.
Allentown was founded in 1762 by William Allen. It was then known as "Northampton Town." It was renamed "Allentown" in 1838 and it was formally incorporated as a city on March 12, 1867. Allentown has a large Latino/Hispanic population. Hispanics make up over 40% of Allentown's population.
Allentown lies on the Lehigh River. It is 338 feet above sea level. It is 60 miles north of Philadelphia, 90 miles west of New York City, and 80 miles east of Harrisburg. Allentown is only 15 miles west of the New Jersey state line.
The climate in Eastern Pennsylvania is unique in that it can be up to and over 100 degrees in the summer and get snow in the winter. Summers are always hot, with temperatures in the upper 80s and humidity is usually high, above 80 or 85%. Winters can be cold, with ice on the roads being a worse problem than snow, but it does snow. Some years the area will only get a few inches all season, with the last major blizzard in 1996, when Lehigh Valley saw over 2 feet of snow.
- Lehigh Valley Visitor Center Downtown, 840 Hamilton St, Suite 200 (inside the Butz Corporate Center, +1 610 882-9200. M-F 8:30AM-5PM.
- Lehigh Valley Visitor Center at America on Wheels, 5 N Front St (inside the America on Wheels Museum, +1 610 432-4200. Tu-Sa 10AM-5PM, Su noon-5PM.
English is the dominant language in Allentown, but Spanish is also widely used. Outside of the area, you can find people speaking Pennsylvania Dutch. Other languages can be found here, such as Arabic, Portuguese and Vietnamese.
- "Down the shore" is a common local reference to the New Jersey beaches, located approximately 75 miles southeast from Allentown.
- "Hoagie" refers to a submarine or sub sandwich.
- "Soda" is used to refer to cola, pop, or any soft drink.
- "Youse" is used to say "you all", similar to "y'all" in the south.
- Allentown Art Museum, 31 N 5th St, +1 610 432-4333. World-class permanent art collection with changing exhibits. Closed until fall 2011 for a major renovation/expansion.
- America On Wheels Museum, 5 N Front St, +1 610 432-4200. Museum showing the history of wheeled transportation.
- Da Vinci Science Center, 3145 Hamilton Blvd, +1 484 664-1002.
- Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum, 432 W Walnut St, +1 610 435-1074. Exhibit galleries, library and area archives.
- Liberty Bell Museum, 622 W Hamilton St, +1 610 435-4232. See special exhibits and ring a full-size replica of the Liberty Bell which was hidden from the British in this historic church during the Revolutionary War.
- Museum of Indian Culture, 2825 Fish Hatchery Rd, +1 610 797-2121. Museum that preserves the history of the Lenape tribe and other regional Native Americans.
- Cedar Beach Park, W Hamilton Blvd, +1 610 437-6900.
- Allentown Municipal Golf Course, 3400 W. Tilghman Street, +1 610 395-5108. Public golf course located in Allentown's West End. Great course at great value.
- Allentown Symphony Orchestra, 23 N. Sixth Street, +1 610 432-6715.
- Civic Theatre of Allentown, 527 N. 19th Street, +1 610 432-8943. Great local theatre that shows art movies and foreign flicks in between productions.
- Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom, 3830 Dorney Park Road, +1 610 395-3724. Located on the west end of Hamilton Boulevard near Interstate 78, this popular amusement park and water park is home to at least six world-class roller coasters, including the 200-foot-tall Steel Force, multi-looping coasters Talon and Hydra: The Revenge, and antique wooden roller coaster Thunderhawk. The park is open from early May to the end of October, and the waterpark is open from late May to early September. During the times that the waterpark is open, waterpark admission is included in the price of admission to the regular park, and guests can move freely back and forth between the two interconnected parks.
- High school athletics. Allentown's three high schools and most large Lehigh Valley high schools compete athletically in the Lehigh Valley Conference, widely recognized as one of the highest quality athletic divisions in the nation. The conference has produced numerous professional and Olympic athletes and is especially known for its quality football and wrestling programs.
- Lehigh Valley Grand Prix, 649 S. 10th Street, +1 610 432-RACE. Gas-powered go karts!
- Lehigh Valley IronPigs, 1050 IronPigs Way, +1 610 841-PIGS. The AAA-level minor league team of the 2008 World Series champion Philadelphia Phillies play their home games from early April through early October at Allentown's Coca-Cola Park.
- Lehigh Valley Phantoms, Hamilton St at N 7th St, +1 610 224-GOAL. The Philadelphia Flyers have moved their AHL team to Allentown for 2014. They will be playing hockey at the new PPL Center downtown from September through May.
- MunOpCo Music Theatre, 1544 Hamilton Street, +1 610-437-2441.
- Philadelphia Force, +1 610-841-SOFT. Professional women's softball. Even though they have a Philadelphia name, they play their home games in Allentown.
- Playdrome Rose Bowl, 801 N. 15th St., +1 610-437-4606. Bowling.
- Repertory Dance Theatre, 1402 Linden Street, +1 610-965-6216.
- Skiing. This is a popular activity in nearby mountains. Most skiing areas are closed seasonally, since snow can usually only be manufactured from about November to April. Bear Creek Mountain Resort and Blue Mountain Resort http://www.skibluemt.com are a short drive away in Macungie and Palmerton, respectively. Larger, world-famous ski resorts, including Jack Frost & Big Boulder, are located in the Poconos, about 1 hour drive north on Interstate 476.
- Lehigh Valley Laser Tag, 874 Marcon Blvd, +1 610-443-2230. Multi level laser tag factility.
- Great Allentown Fair, 302 N 17th St (at Chew St, +1 610 433-7541. Annually late August/early September - just before Labor Day. The Great Allentown Fair is an annual event that is over 150 years strong. It offers a unique experience that includes everything from family-owned food stands to a bill of national musical acts. The fair brings the world of the county fair and the street carnival together to provide visitors with an experience that helps to make Allentown a distinctive destination. At other times of the year, various events are held at the fairgrounds, including concerts, gigantic flea markets, antique sales, computer shows, and an assortment of many other shows and expos.
- Mayfair. Mayfair Festival of the Arts takes place over Memorial Day weekend. It brings outstanding performers and artisans to Allentown’s scenic Cedar Beach Park to put their talents on display. With six performance stages, over 100 artists and craftspeople, roving entertainers, and more than two dozen vendors offering authentic regional foods, Mayfair is a feast of sights, sounds, and smells.
- Much of the Allentown area's shopping is actually located in neighboring Whitehall, which is about five minutes north of downtown via PA Route 145, which is also Whitehall's main commercial street. Route 145, also known as MacArthur Road is home to the Lehigh Valley Mall, anchored by Macy's, JCPenny, and Boscov's; a new upscale wing has been added to the mall with stores including Williams-Sonoma, J crew, Pottery Barn and Ann Taylor. There are other stores on MacArthur Road and also on the intersecting Grape Street, including Wal-Mart, Sam's Club, Best Buy, Kmart, Home Depot, Sports Authority, Dicks Sporting Goods, Burlington Coat Factory, Giant Food, Staples, and the smaller Whitehall Mall, anchored by Sears and Kohl's.
- A second Allentown mall, South Mall, anchored by Bon Ton, Black Rose Antiques, Staples, Petco, and Stein Mart, is on Lehigh Street, in west Allentown's border with Salisbury Township and Emmaus..
- The 19th Street area near Muhlenberg College is a funky little commercial district with a coffee shop and art house movie theatre.
- A small commercial district is also available on the eastern portion of Union Boulevard, near Plymouth Street, Club Avenue, and Pennsylvania Avenue. This area houses Giant Food, Marshalls, Dan Schantz Greenhouse, Wells Fargo, Staples, HomeGoods, a Big Lots and other stores.
- For an original shopping experience, try the Allentown Farmers Market. Located at 17th and Chew streets, this farmers market features everything from fresh meat and produce to local gifts.
- For local produce, go to the Plaza Growers Market on Wednesdays at lunch over the growing season, May through October. It's located on Hamilton Street in the downtown between 8th and 9th.
- Merchants Square Mall. Features antiques and collectibles. Located at 1901 South 12th Street.
- More shopping is available at Crest Plaza on the west side of Allentown, on Cedar Crest Boulevard, including Weis Markets, Fashion Bug and Target Greatland.
- The Promenade Shoppes at Saucon Valley, located outside of Allentown in Upper Saucon Township, is a newer and very upscale shopping destination, which also includes restaurants and Lehigh Valley's largest movie theater. Anchor stores include Ann Taylor, Sage, Banana Republic, and Brooks Brothers..
- Two new shopping centers are being built on the East Side of Allentown. On Airport Road, there is large shopping center, Airport Center, currently housing The Christmas Tree Shop, A.C. Moore, Golf Galaxy, Five Guys Burgers & Fries, Target, Ross, Zoup!, GameStop, Sleepy's, and a few more. Future plans include Sam's Club and a few others. The other shopping center, Hanover Commons, is on Hanover Avenue and recently went under renovations. The only current stores are Popeye's, Philly Pretzel Factory, and Family Dollar.
- Valley Plaza, on Catasaqua Road, houses Ollie's Bargain Outlet and smaller stores. Carmike Cinemas and BJ's are located nearby.
- A shopping center on South 4th Street has a Kmart and a PriceRite, with most other stores being vacant. The center has a few armed security guards on patrol. There is higher security in the area due to the proximity of the Cumberland Gardens housing projects and the crime from the area.
- Weil's Antique Center, 2200 31st St., +1 610-791-7910.
- Josh Early Candies, 4640 W. Tilghman St., +1 610-395-4321. Family owned & operated. Home-made chocolate and other sweets.
- Dan's Camera City, 1439 W. Fairmont St., +1 610-434-2313. Get film developed. Print digital prints while you wait. Create cool gifts using your own photos. Camera equipment for sale and rent.
- From the area of Cedar Beach Park to Dorney Park there are a slew of shops along Hamilton Street/Hamilton Boulevard/PA-222 (same street, three names). Heading from downtown Allentown going north toward Interstate 78, there's Phoebe Floral & Home Decor, PopCorn To Go, and the shops at 3900 Hamilton Center, like a Robbin's Jewelers, just to name a few.
- Warner Stained Glass, 795 Roble Road, +1 610-264-1100.
Allentown offers numerous family-run eateries featuring authentic ethnic cuisine. These include Japanese, Chinese, Lebanese, Mexican, Jamaican, Dominican and Puerto Rican restaurants. A variety of casual dining and fast food restaurants are available around the Whitehall and Cedar Crest Boulevard business districts, as well as in Center City. You can even catch a hot dog on the street from a vendor on Hamilton Street or 7th Street.
- Cali Burrito, 3104 Hamilton Blvd., +1 610-351-1791. California-style Mexican cuisine. Organic, vegetarian, vegan. Laid-back vibe.
- Charles Pizza, 2102 Union Blvd. # 5, +1 610-435-9990. Pizza.
- Cheesesteak Louie's, Corner of 12th and Chew. Cheesesteaks, owned by proprietor of the successful Louie's restaurant on 31st Street.
- China Moon, 2102 Union Blvd., +1 610-439-8883. Chinese cuisine.
- Five Guys, 4025 Tilghman St, +1 610-336-9315. Burgers and fries.
- Kids Castle, 1193 Airport Rd, +1 610-435-1432. Kid-friendly fast food.
- La Dolce Vita Italian Bakery, 5531 Hamilton Boulevard, +1 610-395-8875. Reasonably priced Italian.
- Vince's Cheesesteaks, 1091 Mill Creek Rd., +1 610 395-6500. Well known shop serving their famous cheesesteaks as well as pizza and subs.
- Wally's Deli, 711 N. 17th St., +1 610 435-7177. M-W 7AM-6PM, Th-F 7AM-7PM, Sa 7AM-6PM. A popular, locally owned place with several Lehigh Valley locations. In Allentown, it is on 17th street.
- Willy Joe's, 2407 Lehigh Street, +1 610-797-7009. A local favorite for hot dogs, steak sandwiches, fries. Family dining.
- Yocco's. This small hot dog chain is considered to be a local favorite, and is a must-try for first time visitors to Allentown. There are six Yocco's locations in Allentown and its surrounding suburbs.
- Zandy's Steak Shop, 813 St. John Street, +1 610 434-7874. Another must try for anyone coming to Lehigh Valley. A local version of the Philly steak sandwich.
- Asia, 1102 E. Susquehanna St., +1 610-798-7777. Selected as top 100 Chinese restaurants in USA 2007 & 2008. The Morning Call Readers Choice winner for Best Chinese Restaurant.
- Bellissimo Restaurante, 1243 Tilghman St., +1 610-770-7717. Traditional Italian Cuisine.
- Black Orchid, 1207 W. Chew Street, +1 484-664-7733. European & American Southern cuisine.
- Boston's, 327 Star Road, +1 610-841-5900. Gourmet pizza & sports bar.
- The Brass Rail, +1 610 797-1927. The "Something for Everyone Restaurant", an Allentown tradition, is known for their cheesesteaks and Italian American fare. Established in1931, it provides a casual family friendly dining experience 362 days of year. M-Th 7AM-11PM, F-Sa 7AM-MIDNIGHT, Su 8AM-10PM.
- Bull & Bear Restaurant, 462 Union Blvd, +1 610-432-5230. American style food
- Damascus, 449 N. 2nd St.. Authentic Middle Eastern cuisine.
- Foo Joy Chinese Restaurant, 3229 Hamilton Blvd., +1 610-432-1800. A family owned Chinese food restaurant near Dorney Park with free delivery
- Gregory's, 2201 Schoenersville Rd., +1 610-264-9301. A local restaurant just north of the airport, at the junction of Airport Road and Catausauqua Road. Gregory's is famous for its 120-ounce steak, the largest in the world.
- Grumpy's Bar-B-Que Roadhouse, 3000 Mauch Chunk Rd., +1 610-769-4600. Wood-pit bar-b-que. Southern cuisine. $.
- Henry's Salt of the Sea, 1926 W. Allen St., +1 610-434-2628. Seafood.
- Ichiban Japanese Steak House, 1914 Catasauqua Road, +1 610-266-7781. Hibachi-style Japanese steak house.
- Jack Creek Steakhouse & Cantina, 1900 Catasauqua Road, +1 610-264-888. Family owned. Casual. Southwest steakhouse.
- Mi Piace Italian Kitchen, 5661 Hamilton Blvd, +1 610-398-8875. Italian, including pizza.
- On The Border Mexican Grill & Cantina, 909 Airport Center Dr., +1 610-264-5972. Casual, Mexican cuisine.
- Pho #1 Vietnamese Restaurant, 1500 Union Blvd., +1 610-432-1218. 9AM-930PM. Vietnamese cuisine.
- Pines Dinner Theatre, 448 N 17th St., +1 610-433-2333.
- Pistachio Bar & Grille, 341 S Cedar Crest Blvd, +1 610 435-7007. Su-Th 1130AM-12AM, F-Sa 1130AM-2AM. Martini bar, and Italian-fusion food, modern-looking dining area, a bit loud and busy on weekends.
- PJ Whelihan's, 4595 Broadway, +1 610 395-2532. M-Sa 11AM-2AM, Su 11AM-12AM. Famous for wings and pub fare. * , 1658 Hausman Rd, +1 610 395-4077. M-Sa 11AM-2AM, Su 11AM-12AM.
- Rascal's Food & Fun, 6616 Ruppsville Rd, +1 610-366-1130. American cuisine with arcade games. Similar to a Dave & Buster's.
- Sunset Grille, 6751 Ruppsville Rd, +1 610-395-9622. Mexican cuisine
- Taste of Italy Ristorante, 1860 Catasauqua Rd, +1 610-266-8011.
- Top Diner & Cocktail Lounge, 1019 Union Blvd, +1 610-432-9821. American diner featuring casual atmosphere and moderately priced food.
- Bacio Italian Restaurant, 1259 South Cedar Crest Blvd, +1 610-821-1102. Upscale Italian cuisine.
- Bay Leaf, 935 W. Hamilton Street, +1 610-433-4211. New American and Asian cuisine. Highly recommended, very good, complete menu and great service.
- Bellissimo Ristorante, 1243 W. Tilghman St, +1 610-770-7717.
- Cosmopolitan Restaurant, 22 N. 6th St, +1 610-435-3540. M-Th 11AM-10PM, F 11AM-1AM, Sa 4PM-1AM, Su 10AM-3PM. Located in the Arts District, the Cosmopolitan features contemporary American cuisine with European influences. Also features a lounge, a ballroom and a rooftop lounge.
- Grille 3501, 3501 Broadway, +1 610-706-0100. Fine fusion cuisine with an eclectic martini bar.
- King George Inn, 3141 Hamilton Blvd, +1 610-435-1723. At Cedar Crest Blvd. Friendly atmosphere.
- Louie's Italian Restaurant, 2071 31st St SW, +1 610 791-1226. Family owned traditional Italian food since 1958.
- Mango's Coastal Cuisine, 3750 W. Hamilton Street, +1 610-432-4420. Mediterranean Rim cuisine with Latin American influences. Known for their tapas menu.
- Sangria, 840 W. Hamilton Street. New local hotspot, features eclectic Mediterranean cuisine such as paella. Cocktail bar, lots of outdoor seating.
- Morgan's, 3079 Willow St, +1 610-769-4100.
- Youell's Oyster House, 2249 W. Walnut St, +1 610-439-1203. Excellent seafood. Reservations a must.
Allentown is well known for its nightlife, and many Allentown clubs feature major New York City, Philadelphia, and Allentown DJs and live bands. They include:
- Allentown Brew Works, 812-816 Hamilton Street, +1 610-433-7777. This restaurant is a second location modeled after the Bethlehem Brew Works also owned by the Fegley Family. A micro brewery, the four-level restaurant serves upscale bar fare, with bars on three levels, including the Silk Lounge on the lower level. Live comedy. * , 3400 W Tilghman St, +1 484 223-2020. Su-Th 11AM-12AM, Fr-Sa 11AM-2AM. The newest Brew Works in the area with views of the golf course.
- Bada-Bing-Bada-Boom Goodfellas, 2327 Hanover Avenue, +1 484 661-1936.
- B&B Piano Bar, 248 N. 9th Street, +1 484 221-8278. Piano bar.
- BPM Club, N. Race and W. Court Street, 433-0503. Nightclub.
- Big Woody's Pizza & Sports Bar, 1200 W. Liberty St, +1 610 820-3866. Sports bar.
- Bull and Bear Restaurant, 462 Union Blvd, +1 610 432-5230. Restaurant and bar. Live music.
- Candida, 247 N. 12th St, +1 610 434-3071. Tavern, serves the local GLBT crowd, but all are welcome.
- Celebrations Bar and Restaurant, 2204 Union Blvd, +1-610 776-0299. M-F 11AM-2AM, Sa 3PM-2AM, Su 3PM-12AM. Tavern.
- Chess N' Checkers Pub, 1801 Airport Rd, +1 610 264-4131. Restaurant and pub bar.
- Chicken Lounge, 3245 Hamilton Blvd, +1 610 439-1707. Lounge and bar.
- Club Horizon, 1221 Airport Rd, +1 610 841-7000. Nightclub.
- Crocodile Rock Cafe, 520 W. Hamilton St., +1 610 434-4600. A popular night spot on Hamilton St. in Center City. Nationally known rock, metal, and hip-hop artists perform at "Croc Rock." One of the premier live music venues in eastern Pennsylvania. Headline performers have included Snoop Dogg, Hollywood Undead, Sean Kingston, Chris Cornell, and Dropkick Murphys.
- Erv's, 1231 Airport Road S, +1-610 433-3311. A gentleman's club.
- Greg's West End Saloon, 1839 W. Tilghman St, +1 610 351-9366. Bar.
- Liberty Street Tavern & Pizzeria, 2246 Liberty Street, +1 484-221-8765. Bar food and Italian cuisine, Taco Tuesdays, Wide selection of bottled microbrews and imported beers.
- Jack Callaghan's Ale House, 2027 Tilghman St, +1 610 432-5797. Irish pub and restaurant.
- Maingate Nightclub, 448 N. 17th Street, +1 610 776-7711. Large and festive nightclub with modern dance and hip hop music, large dance floor, outside bars open in summer. Dance and hip hop music spun by top New York City, Philadelphia and Allentown DJs. Also has periodic under 21 nights.
- MIXX Nightclub and Sports, 801 N. 15th Street, +1 610 437-3970. Major sports bar with multiple televisions. Jam-packed for most Philadelphia Eagles games. DJs and periodic live bands.
- Pig Pen Sports Bar & Grill, 702 Union Blvd, +1 610 435-7451. Sports bar, bowling alley, and arcade.
- Pitchers Sports Bar & Grille, 570 Union Blvd, +1 610-841-4001. Sports bar.
- South Side Bar & Grill, 1608 S. 4th Street, +1 610 791-3241. Bar and restaurant. Live music and DJs.
- Stonewall Bar, 28 N. 10th St, +1 610 432-0215. Live and dance music, catering primarily to GLBT community, but all are welcome.
- Strange Brew Tavern, 1996 South Fifth St., +1 610-841-3610. Bar food and entrees. 24 craft and macro taps, and extensive selection of bottled beer. Live music 3-4 nights per week.
- Teddy's Jetport Lounge, 3400 Airport Rd, +1 610 266-1000. Large nightclub with live rock music acts, sometimes featuring two or more bands an evening.
- Volpe's Sports Bar, 1926 W. Tilghman St, +1 610 435-0311. Sports bar.
- Yes Nightclub, 339 Hamilton Street, +1 610 433-0503. Up and coming center city nightclub. Upscale attire usually required. Major dance music DJs and periodically live bands.
Allentown has a crime rate almost twice the national average in every category, including rape, robbery, theft, auto theft, murder, assault, and burglary. Rougher areas include parts of East Allentown and some neighborhoods of Center City north of Linden St. and south of Tilghman St. as well as the area between the American Parkway and Lehigh River, just east of Center City. Random acts of violence and crime against visitors is rare - much of the crime in the area involves people involved in drugs, gangs, or other illicit activities. It would be unwise to try to buy drugs or other contraband in the city. It is fairly easy to stay safe by following common sense. Theft is an issue, so be sure to lock cars and stay out of poorer areas at night. Prostitution and street racing are also issues in Allentown. Don't walk alone late at night or on dimly lit streets. The most likely victim of a mugging on an Allentown street is someone who is alone and intoxicated, so keep your wits about you. If homeless approach you for change, just keep walking if you don't want to give anything. Pickpocketing is not a large problem, but don't flash around your money. There is a large police presence in the neighborhoods most frequented by visitors, especially Hamilton Street. Many officers in Center City use bicycles.
If you are in need of medical attention, here are some hospitals in the area:
- Sacred Heart Hospital, 421 Chew St, Allentown, 610-776-4500
- Lehigh Valley Hospital - 17th Street, 1627 W Chew St, Allentown, 610-402-CARE
- Lehigh Valley Hospital - Cedar Crest, 1200 S Cedar Crest Blvd, Allentown, 610-402-CARE
- St. Luke's Hospital, 1736 Hamilton St, Allentown, 610-628-8300
As in many parts of the country, citizens may not want to share religious or political views. The city in recent years has seen an influx of Spanish speakers, mainly from Puerto Rico and The Dominican Republic.
In Allentown one must dial an area code when you place a call. Area codes in the Lehigh Valley are 610 and 484. Another overlay, 835, is planned, but is not active yet. You may still find some payphones on the street.
Website for the Diocese of Allentown Catholic churches:
- Cathedral of St. Catharine of Siena is the home of the bishop of the Allentown diocese. +1 610 433-6461.
- Immaculate Conception. +1 610 433-4404.
- Our Lady Help of Christians. +1 610 432-9384.
- St. Francis of Assisi. +1 610 433-6102.
- St. John the Baptist. +1 610 432-0034.
- St. Stephen of Hungary. +1 610 439-0111.
- St. Thomas More. +1 610 433-7413.
- SS. Peter and Paul. +1 610 432-2252. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints:
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. +1 610 799-3523. Episcopal churches:
- The Episcopal Church of the Mediator. +1 610 434-0155.
- Grace Episcopal Church. +1 610 435-0782. Hindu:
- Hindu Temple Society. +1 610 264-2810. Jewish:
- Congregation Sons of Israel. +1 610 433-6089. Lutheran:
- St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. +1 610 432-8762. Muslim:
- Lehigh Valley Islamic Center. +1 610 799-6223.
Other Lehigh Valley locations
- Bethlehem, home of the Sands Casino Resort - 9 miles
- Easton, home of The Crayola Factory - 17 miles
- Bangor - 38 miles
- Emmaus, 7 miles
- Fogelsville - 9 miles
- Hellertown - 10 miles
- Nazareth - 15 miles
- Whitehall - 2 miles
Regional cities and locations
- Atlantic City - 123 miles
- Harrisburg - 82 miles
- New York City - 92 miles
- Philadelphia - 62 miles
- Reading - 39 miles
The world's a big place.