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Bethlehem A.D. is easy to find!  Located within the downtown core of Redwood City, CA, plenty of parking is available within walking distance.  Downtown Parking  Elderly and special needs will be allowed to park in the Rise City Church parking lot.

Bethlehem A.D. is a continuous walk through only event.

Special FREE PARKING on All 3 nights with Shuttles runnning 5:30 pm. to 10:15 pm. from the Kaiser Permenente Center Parking structure at 1250 Veterans Blvd, Redwood City.

Special Needs: Golf Cart tour for the elderly and physically challenged, will be running between the Rise City Church parking lot and Bethlehem A.D. 

1305 Middlefield Road
Redwood City, CA 94063

Directions from HWY 101

  1. Take HWY 101 North/South (depending upon where you are coming from).

  2. Take the Woodside Road exit and head West on Woodside Road, toward Redwood City.

  3. Make a right (North) onto Middlefield Road (about one mile).
    Note: Once on Middlefield Rd, immediately move to right lane and stay in that lane.

  4. Look for the search lights, Bethlehem A.D. will be on the left.
    If you’re parking in downtown garages watch this link.

Directions from HWY 280

  1. Take HWY 280 North/South (depending upon where you are coming from)

  2. Take the Woodside Road exit and head East on Woodside Road, toward Redwood City.

  3. Make a left (North) onto Middlefield Road (about 3.5 miles).
    Note: Once on Middlefield Rd, immediately move to left lane and stay in that lane.

  4. Look for the search lights. Bethlehem A.D. will be on the left.
    If you’re parking in downtown garages watch this link.


Bethlehem A.D. is a Free event. The only cost to you is the wait in line which normally doesn't take that long.
Did you know...
Some of Redwood City’s “finest” participate as cast members in Bethlehem A.D.
Redwood City’s Police Department is an important part of Bethlehem A.D.  In addition to participating as cast, police officers and cadets help control traffic and visitors coming in and out of the Bethlehem village.  Be sure to thank one of Redwood City’s police officers when visiting!
Remember, obey all traffic directions given by officers and volunteers, including crossing streets at designated cross walks.