Whitehall Car Rental Comparison
Whitehall is a township located in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, United States of America. Whitehall is a suburb of Allentown and is situated in the Lehigh Valley. In our time, Whitehall has a population of about 25,000 residents and an area of 12.8 square miles, of which 0.2 are water and the rest land. Whitehall was created on March 20, 1753 and named after a white hall that was used as a hunting lodge in the 18th century, in the area. Former and present notable residents of Whitehall are wrestler Brian Knobbs, footballer Dan Koppen and baseball player Curt Simmons. If you wish to visit this lovely town, do not forget its beautiful attractions.
Top Attractions within Whitehall
Dent Hardware Company Factory Complex, also named D.W. Coombs Textile Machinery Company is a historical factory complex within the area of Whitehall. It was built between 1894 and 1913 after the plans of Henry P. Newhard, in a Classical Revival style. The complex has 11 buildings made of reinforced concrete. The Whitehall factory used to be one of the largest producers of cast iron toys of the state. In present, this works as an important point of interest of Whitehall.
Helfrich's Springs Grist Mill is a historic mill located downtown Whitehall. The area on which the mill is situated is of 0.5 acres. The small construction was built in 1807. It has three stories and a slate roof. In 1984, this Whitehall attraction was restored and since then it is one of the most important points of interest of the city.
Cocina Mendoza is a wonderful restaurant located in Whitehall. It is the property of Abraham Mendoza, a Mexican born in Acapulco, Mexico, who offers to all his clients a wide variety of dishes prepared after his family's recipes. You cannot find anywhere else the delicious Acapulco Style Camarones a a la Diabla, so better take this opportunity and try it.