Media

Media Contact:
Glenn Koehler
Director of Marketing and Public Relations
[email protected]
Office: 610.694.6633
Cell: 610.573.3579

NMIH Media Policy
As an institution with significant artifacts and archives of the nation’s industrial history, NMIH is excited about your interest in learning more about the workers and industries that the shaped the country.  We’re happy to arrange interviews, assist in research, provide photographs, and any other information you may need to help with your news piece.  Advanced arrangements must be  made with the museum’s Director of Marketing and Public Relations prior to interviewing guides, researchers, volunteers or other museum personnel.  We ask this so our staff and volunteer corps can focus on providing the best possible experience for our visitors.

Though we strive to accommodate all requests in a timely manner, please note that we may not be able to accommodate members of the media without prior communication. All reporters, photographers, videographers, and freelance writers on assignment are requested to check in at an Information Desk upon arrival.

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Latest Press Releases


Lehigh Valley nonprofits collaborate on new ‘Rise and Fall of Bethlehem Steel’ virtual field trip

Lehigh Valley nonprofits collaborate on new ‘Rise and Fall of Bethlehem Steel’ virtual field trip FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The National Museum of Industrial History and Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites have teamed up to launch a new, virtual, bilingual field trip that puts students in the shoes of immigrant steelworkers as they learn about Bethlehem’s rich industrial…

National Museum of Industrial History extends ‘Machines of Interest’ exhibit

National Museum of Industrial History extends ‘Machines of Interest’ exhibit BETHLEHEM, Pa – Machines of Interest: The Selected Works of Stephen Mallon, an exhibit featuring over two dozen original prints from the New York-based photographer, has been extended at the National Museum of Industrial History. Originally set to end this weekend, the works will now be on display through August…

National Museum of Industrial History explores Bethlehem Steel’s Chilean operations in new online exhibit and virtual lecture

National Museum of Industrial History explores Bethlehem Steel’s Chilean operations in new online exhibit and virtual lecture The National Museum of Industrial History is turning its focus from the massive blast furnaces steps away from its doors to South America, where Bethlehem Steel operated iron mines in Chile and throughout Latin America. A new online exhibit that traces the history…

National Museum of Industrial History Launches ‘Meet the Manufacturer’ Virtual Lecture Series 

National Museum of Industrial History Launches ‘Meet the Manufacturer’ Virtual Lecture Series  The series launches with a preview event on Thursday, December 3rd with Stephen S. Tang, President and CEO of OraSure Technologies, which is developing and manufacturing several COVID-19 testing solutions The National Museum of Industrial History is pleased to announce ‘Meet the Manufacturer,’ a new Virtual Lecture Series…

NMIH Relaunches Online Gift Shop

National Museum of Industrial History Relaunches Online Gift Shop for Holiday Season  BETHLEHEM, Pa – Just in time for the holiday shopping season, the National Museum of Industrial History (NMIH) has relaunched its online gift shop allowing fans of history, engineering, and industry to get books, t-shirts, and one-of-a-kind handcrafted products delivered anywhere in the country from the comfort of…

Steelworkers Veterans Memorial Rededicated at the National Museum of Industrial History

Steelworkers Veterans Memorial Rededicated at the National Museum of Industrial History BETHLEHEM, Pa – Members of the Bethlehem Steelworkers Veterans Memorial Committee re-dedicated the Steelworkers Veterans Memorial at its new home in the plaza of the National Museum of Industrial History earlier today, November 11th, in a Veterans Day ceremony honoring those who served. Originally dedicated in May of 1989,…

Steelworkers Veterans Memorial Committee and National Museum of Industrial History to Hold Veterans Day Ceremony and Memorial Rededication

Steelworkers Veterans Memorial Committee and National Museum of Industrial History to Hold Veterans Day Ceremony and Memorial Rededication BETHLEHEM, Pa – The National Museum of Industrial History, in collaboration with Bethlehem’s Steelworkers Veterans Memorial Committee, will host a ceremony honoring those who served in the armed forces on Veterans Day, November 11th, at 10a.m. in the museum’s plaza.  All guests…

‘Last Cast 25’ to Feature Photo Displays, Free Steelworker Lunches, Free Museum Admission, and More

‘Last Cast 25’ to Feature Photo Displays, Free Steelworker Lunches, Free Museum Admission, and More BETHLEHEM, Pa – On November 18, 1995, the iconic blast furnaces and the basic oxygen furnace at Bethlehem Steel’s South Bethlehem plant produced their last iron and steel and fell forever silent.  Now, 25 years later, the Bethlehem community is coming together to commemorate and…