The Rodale Institute in nearby Kutztown
This small eastern Pennsylvania town, pronounced “eh-MAY-us,” located about 20 miles west of the Delaware River, was formed as a Moravian Church village in 1759. The Rodale family has called it home since 1930 when founder J.I. Rodale established the publishing company.
Shops on Emmaus’ Main Street
The Emmaus Farmer’s Market
The Valley Preferred Cycling Center
Emmaus and the surrounding Lehigh Valley offer great public schools, affordable and varied real estate options, and a real sense of community – all within a two-hour drive of New York City and just 60 miles from Philadelphia. Rodale employees love the availability of year-round sports and recreation options in the area, including:
You’ll also find great colleges and universities like Pennsylvania State University, Lehigh University, Lafayette College, Muhlenberg College, and Kutztown University, plus cultural institutions like The Allentown Symphony Orchestra and Symphony Hall, The Bach Choir of Bethlehem, The Allentown Art Museum, The Zoellner Arts Center at Lehigh University, and The State Theater Center of the Arts.
The area also benefits from a host of excellent restaurants, cultural events, and other local attractions.
For more information on Emmaus and the Lehigh Valley, please visitThe Lehigh Valley Convention and Visitor’s Bureau