Category Archives: Events

American Spirit Series: Old Forester

Friday, June 22nd at 6:30pm Join us at the National Museum of Industrial History for the latest installment of our American Spirit tasting series. Attendees will enjoy an after-hours exploration of the Museum with expert guides as well as a delicious investigation of American distiller, Old...
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How It Works: Papermaking

Sunday, June 24th 2pm Follow along with papermaking expert Tom Necker and NMIH staff as they demonstrate the amazing 1933 Rice, Barton, and Fales Fourdrinier Paper Making Machine. This scale model turns out an eight inch-wide web of paper at the rate of five feet...
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NMIH Engineering Summer Camp 2018

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NMIH Engineering Summer Camp 2018

The National Museum of Industrial History (NMIH) is pleased to offer new educational programing for the summer of 2018. Participants in the NMIH Engineering Camp will spend a fun-filled week learning how engineers analyze common problems, experiment to discover solutions, and engineer their inventions. If you’re not afraid to face challenges, can come back to the design table after your first “brilliant flop”, and can try again to come up with the perfect invention, then this is the camp for you!

Camp Dates and Time: July 23-27, 2018 10am- 2pm

$160 (first child), $120 (second child) non-member
$120 NMIH member, $100 (second child) member

Program Registration Includes:

  • Museum admission
  • NMIH t-shirt
  • Rosie Revere’s Big Project Book for Bold Engineers

Audience: youth ages 11-14*
*Youth must be of age by the camp start date.

Logistics: Campers will be greeted at the National Museum of Industrial History front doors daily. The address is 602 E Third Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015. On the first day of camp, parents are encouraged to drop off their child release consent form in person. For safety reasons, we will not release your child to anyone other than those individuals listed on the consent form. *Campers will be responsible for bringing their own lunches.

Questions? Call the museum at 610.694.6644 or email our Education Coordinator at

Click here to sign up now!




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