Directions to the concert venues are provided for the convenience of our concert goers.
Disclaimer: The Chamber Music Society of Bethlehem has no control over the availability of parking or the condition of roads described in the directions.
(For GPS, use the address 99 West Church St, Bethlehem, PA.)
FROM NEW JERSEY: From Rt. 78, take exit 21 to Rt. 412 North. Follow 412 (watch where 412 makes a sharp right turn at a light) past New St., then follow signs for Rt. 378 North. Cross bridge and take Main St. exit. Turn sharp right at light (large white Moravian church will be ahead of you). Moravian College parking lot is ahead of you.
FROM BUCKS COUNTY: Take 309 North to 378 North. Follow instructions above from “Cross bridge…”
FROM WEST: Take I-78 East to exit for Rt. 22. Follow Rt. 22 East to exit for Rt. 378 South. Get off at exit 3 “Center City”. At stop sign, turn left onto 3rd Ave., then left again at the first traffic light onto Broad St. Cross over bridge and turn right at next traffic light onto Main St. At the second light, bear right as the street goes down a hill. Moravian College parking lot is ahead of you.
FROM PHILADELPHIA: Take PA turnpike Northeast Extension (formerly Rt. 9, now I-476) to Lehigh Valley exit. Take Rt. 22 East, and follow instructions above from “Follow Rt. 22 East…”
Parking for Foy Concert Hall
Refer to the Foy Hall Area Map above. P1 is a Moravian College parking lot. It is used for activities in addition to those in Foy Concert Hall. If you do not arrive early, this lot will be full. P2 is another free parking area off Main St. and under the exit ramp. This lot has plenty of space, but unfortunately there are times when it is completely reserved for some other event. P3 is a free municipal parking lot just past W. Lehigh St. It is usually mostly empty. In addition, there is a limited amount of on-street parking that may be found on Main St., Market St., New St. and Church St. There are also two city garages at Walnut Street and at North Street. These two parking garages charge a fee to park.
Return Directions from Foy Concert Hall
TO NEW JERSEY: To return to Rt. 78, the most direct way is to take W. Lehigh St., turn right at New St., and cross the Fahy bridge. Then turn left onto Third St. which will take you back the way you came.
TO BUCKS COUNTY: To get back onto 378 South, take Main St. north and turn left onto Broad St. Turn right onto Third Ave. and the entrance to 378 South will be on your right.
TO WEST OR PHILADELPHIA: Take Main St. north and turn left onto Union Blvd. The entrance to 378 North will be on your right.
(For GPS, use the address 321 Wyandotte Street, Bethlehem, PA.)
The Cathedral is located on Wyandotte Street (Route 378) just south of the Hill-to-Hill Bridge in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
FROM ALLENTOWN and points west take Route 22 East to Route 378 South. Follow 378 South across the Hill-to-Hill Bridge through the 2nd traffic light. The Cathedral is located on the left.
FROM EASTON and points east take Route 22 West to Route 378 South. Follow 378 South across the Hill-to-Hill Bridge through the 2nd traffic light. The Cathedral is located on the left.
FROM QUAKERTOWN take Route 309 North to Route 378 North. Follow 378 North into Bethlehem. At the bottom of the Wyandotte Street hill stay on Route 378 North through the next traffic light. The Cathedral is located on the right.
FROM HELLERTOWN take Route 412 into Bethlehem. Bear right onto Third Street and continue to the intersection with Wyandotte Street (Route 378). The Cathedral is located on the left.
FROM PHILADELPHIA take the Northeast Extension of the PA Turnpike to the exit for Allentown/Route 22 East and follow the directions from Allentown.
PARKING: The Cathedral’s upper lot is accessed from Wyandotte Street. The lower lot (with elevator access to the Cathedral) is accessed from Third Street. On-street metered parking is available on streets surrounding the Cathedral— Third Street, Fourth Street, and the 400 block of Wyandotte Street. An off-street metered lot is next to Lehigh Pizza at the corner of Third and New Streets.
For further information, see www.nativitycathedral.org.