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If you are ever curious about the leaders of the Whiskey Rebellion, the home of David Bradford is a must see. From the hand embroidered wainscot from 1773, to the games and dolls of the children’s room, the museum accurately depicts the way the owners...More
We’ve wanted to visit for quite some time but they hours are usually during weekdays while we were at work – school. I recently found out you can make an appointment to tour the house. They are very prompt about calling back if you leave...More
David Bradford was the attorney who represented many of the farmers and distillers who were fighting the federal excise tax on their Whiskey by George Washington’s administration. Most of the rebels had fought the British for unfair taxation and hired Bradford to represent them. This...More
My family visited during the shop local Saturday event in Washington PA during Thanksgiving weekend. A docent provided excellent background on the Bradford family as well as their role in the Whiskey Rebellion. The site is very well maintained.
The David Bradford House is in my hometown of Washington, PA. I have toured it many, many times and never get tired of going through this historic house with its beautiful period antiques and hearing the stories about its builder, David Bradford who was an...More
Upon entering this beautiful colonial house you can just feel the history and the ghosts of the past all around you. Every room is decorated in period furnishings. Tour guides give you information on everything from the general history involving the Whiskey Rebellion to the...More