515 South Avenue
Bradford, PA 16701
Phone: (814) 362-4511
Fax: (814) 362-2810
Arts & Museums
The Penn-Brad Oil Museum contains a collection of artifacts, memorabilia and antique field equipment from the oil industry during the 1890s, including a 72-foot wooden drilling rig.
Dedicated to preserving the history of World War II, this museum features spectacular exhibits, an award-winning introductory video and a large research library.
Dedicate to the men and women who have served the United States in all branches of the armed forces in war and in peace time, the Allegheny Arms and Armor Museum's mission is "to preserve and maintain military vehicles, armor, aircraft, watercraft, weapons and associated military items" for present and future generations.
The Old Jail Museum in the historic jail, Smethport
The Allegheny Arms & Armor Museum features over 20 major exhibits which include such items as armored cars, tanks, self-propelled guns, Soviet armor, anti-armor weapons, and tracked recovery vehicles.
This museum features exhibits that focus on Native American history and culture in Western New York. The Seneca Nation, known also as the 'Keepers of the Western Door', have two reservations located in Cattaraugus County: the Allegheny Reservation, which includes the entire city of Salamanca, the only U.S. city located entirely on a reservation; and the Cattaraugus Reservation in the northern portion of the county. Displays in the museum include clan animal displays, a partial longhouse, traditional crafts like baskets and beadwork, modern Iroquois art, a children's discovery area and a gift shop with many handmade items and artwork. - Christine A. Smyczynski