The David Bradford House
of Washington, PA

2014 Events 

First Ever Wine Tasting Event

Friday September 26, 2014     

5 pm 7 pm

at the Bradford House Museum

175 S. Main Street, Washington, PA  15301

$25 Advance Registration Cost OR $30 At Door

Tickets includes wine sampling, 18th century appetizers, a house tour

 and a glass of wine.

Local author A. Parker Burroughs will be present to sign his new book, Washington County Murder & Mayhem.

Partnering with:  The Washington Winery AND Chicco Baccello

~The Washington Winery will have bottles of wine for purchasing and enjoying at home~

Sponsored by:  RG Johnson, Inc.

Registration Form:



Email _____________________________________________________________________________________


Phone ____________________________________________________________________________________


Mail registration form and check to Bradford House, PO Box 537, Washington, Pa  15301.

Any questions, contact Tracie Liberatore at

All proceeds benefit the Bradford House Museum

No ticket will be distributed ~ Registration at door

MUST BE 21 years of age to attend


Boy Scout Workshop 

American Heritage Merit Badge

Offered the second Saturday of May and November 

The workshop will be administered by our Historical Consultants and qualified docents.  Participants will satisfy merit badge requirements with a merit badge counselor on site to sign Blue Cards.

Workshop specifics:

  • Prerequisites #3a AND #3c - to be finished before the workshop and brought to workshop

  • $15 per person (one adult leader admitted free per troop)

  • The 2nd Saturday of May and November, other dates available by appointment

  • 9 am - 3 pm

  • Class size limited to 10-20 participants

  • Lunch (please bring a brown bagged lunch)

  • Registrations is open to individual scouts or troops

  • Reservation deadline is two weeks prior to the event date

Pins and belt loops are not provided.  Certificates of completion and a Whiskey Rebellion Flag Badge will be distributed. 

Contact Bradford House Administrator, Tracie Liberatore, 222-3604 or


The Bradford House is presently owned by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
and is managed by the Bradford House Historical Association, Inc., a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit corporation.

This site is maintained by the Association. This page was revised November 2012.