April 5 — Open for the Season

Envision life in the 18th Century and Understand the Whiskey Rebellion History

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Symposium on Life and Customs in Western Pennsylvania

An Evening with Marquis de Lafayette — Friday, March 31, 2022 at 6:30 pm.

Event Details

Stop by and see our murals

We have two murals about the Whiskey Rebellion; see them right outside the Bradford House.

Mural Details

Bradford House Historical Association

Our mission is to educate as we preserve and promote the history of the Whiskey Rebellion and the 18th-century life and times of David Bradford.

The three main arms of the Bradford House Historical Association are:

Open by Appointment Only

The Bradford House

A National Historic Landmark — Est. 1788

Step back in time at the Bradford House. Experience its beauty and heritage as guides in period clothing present its history, authentic furnishings, educational exhibits, and 18th-century garden, complete with a well house and log kitchen cabin.

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Open by Appointment Only

Whiskey Rebellion Education and Visitor Center

Built in 2021

Learn about the importance of the Whiskey Rebellion and David Bradford, a history unique to western Pennsylvania and Washington County. Some exhibits include an 18th-century-inspired cage bar and a whiskey still display.

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July 7 and 8, 2023

Whiskey Rebellion Festival

Honoring America’s Early Days

This summer festival honors the significant period of America’s early days through historic reenactments, history and heritage displays, street theater performances, children's area, music, food and libations, all the while shining a national spotlight on the city, county and region.

Festival Website