The Smithsonian-affiliated museum, just over 5 years old, is hoping to double its indoor space by expanding into the second floor of its headquarters — which was once Bethlehem Steel’s electrical repair shop.
Victaulic celebrated #MuseumSelfieDay by taking a photo in front of the Corliss steam engine that is fitted with Victaulic’s mechanical grooved solutions.
State Senators Lisa Boscola and Pat Browne recently announced $1,000,000 in Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) funding to the National Museum of Industrial History (NMIH) for its Second Floor Expansion project.
The National Museum of Industrial History, with representatives from Air Products and the Air Products Foundation, dedicated the new Air Products Pavilion during its Winter Welcome event on Saturday, December 4th.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE National Museum of Industrial History to Dedicate Air Products Pavilion with a Festive Community Event BETHLEHEM, Pa. — The National Museum of Industrial History will dedicate its new Air Products Pavilion in Foundry Park – the latest community gathering space on the SteelStacks Campus – during a fun and festive Winter Welcome […]
A new exhibit focusing on Bethlehem’s General Superintendent and Chief Engineer John Fritz is now on display at the National Museum of Industrial History.
will honor those who served with its annual Veterans Day celebration on Thursday, November 11. Events include a ceremony, speakers, and a lecture on the history behind the Steelworker’s Veterans Memorial.
NMIH announced new initiatives to increase access to cultural resources through its enrollment in a new program to provide discounted admission for low-income families and the return of special discount admission days for seniors, students, and families.
Passengers got a rare look at the normally freight-only Mahanoy & Shamokin Branch of the Reading & Northern Railroad Monday, Aug. 23, as well as a short course in 19th century Reading Railroad/mining labor history.