Join us in historic downtown Bethel for the Fall Market, September 28-29, 2024.

Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 10am-3pm.

Bethel was founded in 1844 as a communal colony by Wilhelm Keil and his German-American followers. The community was early noted for its handicrafts and musical band. These days, events held at the Colony help benefit ongoing preservation of Bethel Colony historic buildings.

The Bethel Market features vendors—Artisans, Craftsmen (Soap, Candles, Leather, Blacksmith, Jewelry, Wood, Weavers, Beeswax), Flea Market items, Vintage Finds, Home Decor, Furniture, and more. …plus… Food Vendors including the Fest Hall Restaurant, Regional Wineries, Colony Foodstand, Bethel Bakery, Bethel Candy Kitchen, and Live Entertainment.

During this event, the Colony also offers a daily guided historic home tour of at least three homes listed on the National Register of Historic Places (adults $10; children free with paid adult). Museum & Gift Shop are open free to visitors.

Admission $2 adults, children free. Held at 127 N Main St., Bethel, MO 63434