Bethlehem's Kemerer Museum is back
Historical museum expanded in multi-million-dollar renovation
A historic museum in Bethlehem has reopened after a multi-million-dollar renovation.
The Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts has expanded by more than 5,000 square feet.
You can see furniture dating back to the 1800s, glass collections, even an extensive antique dollhouse collection.
There's also a new dollhouse play area for kids.
"Experience style and design over several hundred years," said Charlene Donchez Mowers, president of Historic Bethlehem Museums and Sites.
"The Kemerer may give you some ideas of how to decorate your home. It will make you feel like a child again, if you want to play in our play space, and you get a sense of how people lived over a few hundred years time period."
The museum is open Fridays through Sundays from 11 to 4, and by private appointment.
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