Bradford House Museum

 

 

The Bradford House Museum is a National Historic Landmark and home of the leader of the Whiskey Rebellion. Plan your visit today!

Bradford House History

The Bradford House was built in 1788 and was home  to the Whiskey Rebellion, the first domestic challenge to the new American government. The mission of the Bradford House Historical Association is to preserve and promote the history and heritage of the Bradford House Museum and to educate the public on the role of David Bradford and the Whiskey Rebellion in shaping American history.

An Evening with John Adams

The Bradford House Museum and Washington & Jefferson College present The Symposium on Life and Customs in Western Pennsylvania.  Friday April 6, 2018 at The Chapel at Old Main, Washington & Jefferson College

Heritage Tourism Summit

Discover how to make your business or venue a “must see” destination for heritage tourism.  Saturday January 7, 2018 at Washington and Jefferson College.

 

Festival Winners Bill R won the nickel basket.   $10 for $1,000 ticket #772 for $1,000. Claimed.  $5 for $500 ticket #347 Claimed.  Thursday 70/30 ticket #600554 Claimed.  Friday 70/30 ticket #1363316 Claimed Saturday 70/30 ticket #872974 Claimed.  Sunday 70/30 ticket #420472 Claimed

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Details about visiting the Bradford House Museum, tours, hours, pricing and more.

Events

Learn more about the Events at The Bradford House Museum.

History

Learn about the History of David Bradford and the Bradford House Museum.

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Support the Bradford House Museum by making a Donation to our Organization

Gift Shop Sampler

Volunteers Needed

The Bradford House Museum and Whiskey Rebellion Festival need volunteers.  Students who need community service hours are welcome.

Location and Contact Information

The Bradford House Museum

Bradford House Front 175 S. Main St. Washington PA 15301 (724) 222-3604

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