Steelstacks

4.713 Votes
  • Address: 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem, PA 18015, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-6102977100
  • Tags: Family And Kids

Steelstacks is a 10-acre big area that is dedicated towards culture. This 10-acre campus is fully dedicated towards art, culture, events including family and offices. When you visit the place then the first thing that will come into your notice is the towering ‘stacks’ after which the place is named. The interesting part about these structures is that they are made from the actual blast furnaces which were originally used by the Bethlehem steel plant over decades. This place never fails to surprise you. It hosts events throughout the year. Tickets are available online and people from all over the world come and visit the shows.

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  • Bus 102 to stop -2nd& Founder Sw Bus Station

  • Steelstacks Address: 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem, PA 18015, USA, United States
  • Steelstacks Contact Number: +1-6102977100
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  • I was there for a fundraiser for "Young Life" a ,Christian organization that my grandson is involved with. Beautiful building considering what it was once was. First time for me and I'm lucky again to go this year also. Looking forward to another great night with good food and fellowship.

  • Just the architecture of the stacks is amazing. I was in the area for a Steve Miller Band concert it was a phenomenal show it was a long walk if you didn't have preferred parking but the view on the walk like I said it's breathtaking. Just the sheer Manpower that was needed to sales is that plus the connecting Railway was it treat in itself if you're on the fence about going to concerts in the area I would lean towards yes

  • Just an amazing place to visit and learn about. How all the people who worked there were so fearless that they could do that job just blows my mind. It gave me chills just walking around there. Makes me appreciate how easy we have it these days.

  • I'm glad that this site is getting preserved. It's a great place to walk around. I hear good things about the free weekend concerts there, but I'm too far from them to take advantage of it. There's an interesting museum on site that's worth a view if your in the area. It's called the National Museum of Industrial History. They have some pretty cool early machines on display in one of the restored buildings, which used to be the old electrical shop.

  • The Steal Stacks is an interesting place to visit. You can walk around on the "cat walk" to get a closer view. And they always have some kind of event going on whether it be a band playing or a fundraiser for a worthy cause. I don't live to far from the Stacks so I get the pleasure of visiting whenever I want to. Definitely a must see if your visiting the area.

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