Bradford House Museum
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.
Built in 1808, this historic Federal-style home belonged to four generations of seafaring Bradfords before it was donated to the Duxbury Rural and Historical Society in 1968. The Bradfords were descended from Pilgrim William Bradford and were prominent members of Duxbury society. Sarah Hickling Bradford supervised the initial stages of the home's construction while her husband, Captain Gershom Bradford, was held captive by the French.
The Bradford House displays a brand new exhibition, Four Bradford Daughters: Lives Well Lived. Contemplate the tumultuous changes of the 19th century, as experienced by the Bradford women.
Regular Season: Spring-August - Open Thursday-Saturday, 11am-4pm
These times are subject to change. Please check weblink for updated information.
The Bradford House is not handicap accessible, but they are able to offer tours on the first floor only if visitors can manage minimal stairs over the threshold.
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