Bethlehem


The little town of Bethlehem, a rural community of approximately 3,300 residents located in Litchfield County, lies within a two-hour drive of downtown Manhattan. A number of towns in Litchfield County derived their names from Biblical references, with Bethlehem being the most recognizable. The town is a popular destination each holiday season as visitors flock to the local post office to have their Christmas cards stamped with the “Bethlehem” postmark. The town encompasses about 19 square miles, and much of the surrounding county consists of open fields and forests. Bethlehem, home to the Benedictine Abbey of Regina Laudis, is noted for its many pristine antique homes and is the site of the annual Bethlehem Agricultural Fair, which takes place every September.

The little town of Bethlehem, a rural community of approximately 3,300 residents located in Litchfield County, lies within a two-hour drive of downtown Manhattan. A number of towns in Litchfield County derived their names from Biblical references, with Bethlehem being the most recognizable. The town is a popular destination each holiday season as visitors flock to the local post office to have their Christmas cards stamped with the “Bethlehem” postmark. The town encompasses about 19 square miles, and much of the surrounding county consists of open fields and forests. Bethlehem, home to the Benedictine Abbey of Regina Laudis, is noted for its many pristine antique homes and is the site of the annual Bethlehem Agricultural Fair, which takes place every September.

The little town of Bethlehem, a rural community of approximately 3,300 residents located in Litchfield County, lies within a two-hour drive of downtown Manhattan. A number of towns in Litchfield County derived their names from Biblical references, with Bethlehem being the most recognizable. The town is a popular destination each holiday season as visitors flock to the local post office to have their Christmas cards stamped with the “Bethlehem” postmark. The town encompasses about 19 square miles, and much of the surrounding county consists of open fields and forests. Bethlehem, home to the Benedictine Abbey of Regina Laudis, is noted for its many pristine antique homes and is the site of the annual Bethlehem Agricultural Fair, which takes place every September.

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March 2024

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