Allentown is a great place to live and work. It's conveniently located in the Lehigh Valley, close to Philadelphia and New York City. Allentown is hours from beautiful beaches in New Jersey and a little over an hour from the Pocono Mountains. This provides ready access to great spots for hiking, boating, skiing and the well-known Pocono Raceway. Allentown is easily accessible by major highways and an international airport. Allentown's hospitals rank among the nation’s top and its educational systems are exceptional. On a per capita basis, Allentown boasts the largest park system in the country.
You can go from downtown Allentown to rolling Pennsylvania farmland in 15 minutes. The city is home to the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs baseball team and the Lehigh Valley Phantoms hockey team. It boasts a first-class art museum and a top symphony orchestra. Other attractions include Dorney Park and the Allentown Fairgrounds. The Fairgroungs are home to the Great Allentown Fair as well as a weekly farmers market featuring local merchants.
Steeped in history, the Lehigh Valley is tucked amid the Appalachian foothills of Eastern Pennsylvania. It's a birthplace of the country’s industrial revolution, integral in the early production of iron ore, cement, textiles, and later steel. Allentown is where the Liberty Bell was hidden during the Revolutionary War. Neighboring Bethlehem, “The Christmas City,” was founded by Moravians and hosts Musikfest. Easton, the smallest of the valley’s three cities, is a charming riverside town. It's located on the New Jersey border at the convergence of the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers.
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