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National Register of Historic Places

The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of historic resources that have been determined worthy of preservation. The list is maintained by the National Park Service and continues to serve as an integral part of a broader effort to document and protect the nations historic and archaeological resources. With everything from bridges to cultural landscapes included, the National Register helps to tell the nations story through the physical environment. Currently, Allentown has fourteen resources listed on the National Register which include:

  • Albertus L. Meyers Bridge - S. 8th St. over Little Lehigh Creek
  • Allentown Masonic Temple - 1528 Linden St.
  • Allentown National Bank Building (now Center Square Apartments) - 11 N. 7th St.
  • Americus Hotel - 541 Hamilton St.
  • Bogert Covered Bridge - Little Lehigh Park
  • Dime Savings and Trust Company - 12 N. 7th St.
  • Gauff-Roth House - 421 Auburn St.
  • High German Evangelical Reformed Church (now Zion’s Church) - 620 Hamilton St.
  • Hotel Sterling - 343-345 Hamilton St.
  • Lehigh Canal - along Lehigh River
  • Neuweiler Brewery - 401 N. Front St.
  • Old Lehigh County Courthouse - 501 Hamilton St.
  • Trout Hall - 414 Walnut St.
  • Zollinger-Harned Company (now Sovereign Building) - 603-613 Hamilton St.

Learn more about the National Register Process or checkout PA-SHARE to see if a resource has already been determined is eligible, ineligible or listed.