The Bradford House will be open for public tours on select days, from late June through the fall. Please visit Here to book your tour. Know Before You Go: Face coverings are required for all unvaccinated staff and visitors; masks are still preferred for the general public. Tour size is limited.
The Bradford House features the exhibition, Four Bradford Daughters: Lives Well Lived. Contemplate the tumultuous changes of the 19th century, as experienced by the Bradford women.
The exhibition is a self-touring, gallery style installation in the family home. Tour guides are available for more information, or just for a chat! The exhibitions feature family-friendly and hands-on activities. An introductory video is available. More information on the house available Here.
In 2018, the DRHS received an Award of Merit (Leadership in History Award) for the project to “Re-imagine Bradford,” from the American Association of State & Local History (AASLH). #ReimagineBradford
The Bradford House is not handicap accessible; there are uneven pathways as well as entry stairs. Accommodations can be made to give the tours on the first floor only. Parking for the Bradford House is available off of Tremont Street; an additional lot is available off of Harrison street (use caution: this is a dirt road).