The Moravian Church and "God's Acre"...in1742, both the church and the cemetery were built. Emmaus Moravian Church Website;
The Shelter House...in 1734 this house was built along the South Mountain Trail heading into the Lehigh Valley. The Shelter House Society was established in 1963 with a goal to protect and preserve the Shelter House for many years to come. Shelter House Website;
The Knauss Homestead...in 1777 this home was built North of the Moravian Church. The Knauss Homestead Preservation Society was established in 1993 with there mission to protect, preserve and maintain homestead for the enrichment and enjoyment for future generations. Knauss Homestead Website;
The 1803 House...in 1803 this house was built on approximately 70 acres of land and constructed from with the large stones and wood from the property. "The Friends of the 1803 House was established in 1976 with their mission to preserve and maintain the 1803 House as a museum for the community of Emmaus. 1803 House Website.
The Moravian Church today...was built in 1834 at Main and Keystone Streets. Moravian Church Website;
The Emmaus Historical Society...was established in 1993 with the mission to collect, preserve and exhibit Emmaus artifact, documents, histories, photographs and genealogy for displays, research and educational programs and events. Emmaus Historical Society Website;
The Emmaus Remembrance Garden...this beautiful garden was established in 2002 and dedicated in 2004. This garden offers a simple way of honoring loved ones or special event with engraved paver bricks which are surround by beautiful flowers and shrubs creating a sense of calm in our community. Emmaus Remembrance Garden Website;