Blueberry Festival at Burnside Plantation

Historic Bethlehem’s Blueberry Festival has been turning tongues blue since 1986. Join the Bethlehem community every July for a weekend of great food, live music, and family fun at Burnside Plantation—Bethlehem’s farm in the city. Enjoy our irresistible blueberry treats—pies, strudels, ice cream, coffees, teas, and jams. Activities include kids’ crafts, barn tours, horse patrol demonstrations, a blueberry cooking contest, and the favorite blueberry pie-eating contest.

Groups are welcome to attend Blueberry Festival. Please call 610-882-0450 to arrange your group’s Blueberry Festival experience.

Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites is a not-for-profit institution that brings to life three centuries of American history. The story of Historic Bethlehem follows a community rich with European influence as it makes its mark on colonial America and grows into a city embracing tradition and life.

Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites invites your group to visit any time of the year and discover how this city became a national historic treasure. For information on creating a custom tour experience for your group, please call 610-882-0450 or visit historicbethlehem.org/visit/custom-tours.

hours and days/months of operationVaries per year.
payment policyAdvance reservations are requested; pay cash or credit at entrance to festival.
hours of operationVaries per year.
comp. policyBus driver and group leader are complimentary.
deposit policyMinimum $50.00 deposit required.
# of people needed for group discount10

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  • OMCA
  • American Bus Association
  • Maryland Motorcoach Association
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  • Bus Association of New York
  • Skal International USA
  • New England Bus Association
  • National Tour Association
  • Virginia Motorcoach Association
  • Greater New Jersey Motorcoach Association
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