city in McKean County, Pennsylvania, United States

Bradford is a city in the Pennsylvania Wilds.


Get inEdit

By carEdit

US 219, the aptly named Buffalo-Pittsburgh Highway, runs north and south through town.

By planeEdit

  • 1 Bradford Regional Airport (BFD IATA), 212 Airport Rd., Lewis Run, +1 814 368-5928. Served with daily commuter flights from Pittsburgh via Southern Airways Express: four on weekdays, two on Saturdays, and three on Sundays.

By busEdit

Service from DuBois via St. Marys and various points in between.
Service from Buffalo via Springville, Ellicottville, Salamanca, and various points in between.

Get aroundEdit


  • Zippo/Case Museum, 1932 Zippo Dr (Chestnut St Ext), +1 814 368-1932. M-Sa 9AM-5PM, Su 11AM-4PM; closed 1-2 Jan, Easter, Thanksgiving, 25 Dec. Proving the adage that there's a museum for everything in the United States, the Zippo/Case Museum highlights the history and technology of Zippo lighters. Case pocketknives are also represented, since W.R. Case & Sons is now owned by Zippo, but the lighters are the main attraction. There's also a flagship Zippo/Case store on the premises. Admission to the museum is free.
  • Penn-Brad Oil Museum, 901 South Ave, Custer City, +1 814 362-1955, . M-F 9AM-4PM, Sa 9AM-2PM. Proving the adage that there's a museum for everything in the United States, the Penn-Brad Oil Museum aims to preserve the history of the Bradford oil fields. Northwestern Pennsylvania was one of the first places where oil wells were drilled. Adults $5, seniors/groups $4.50, children/military families free.







The area code is Erie's, 814. The local newspaper is the Bradford Era.

Go nextEdit

Routes through Bradford
BuffaloSalamanca  N   S  → Jct W   ERidgwayDuBois
BuffaloSalamanca  N   S  RidgwayDuBois

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