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Visiting Bethesda

Bethesda is a nationally recognized example of Gothic Revival architecture, designed by Richard Upjohn in 1840.  It is listed as a contributing structure to the Downtown Saratoga Springs Historic District in the National Register of Historic Places.   The church is located at 26 Washington St,  just off Broadway.

There is no on-site parking at Bethesda, however free parking garages and street parking are available. See here for a list of parking options in downtown Saratoga Springs.

The lot surrounding the church offers free parking for the first two hours.  Please keep in mind:
1. You are required to swipe a credit or debit card to enter/exit the lot. Your card is only charged if you are parked longer than two hours.
2. The lot is only accessible via the Congress Street gate. Certain spaces near Washington Street remain reserved for local residents, so do not park there.
Rates are as follows: First two hours are free. Additional hours: $5 per hour up to $20 maximum.