Crook Farm Homestead

Experience 19th Century Rural Living

Tours, Events, Music

Crook Farm - Bradford, PAHeritage Site in Bradford, PA
The Crook Farm, a National Heritage Site, stands where it was constructed in 1847 in a beautiful rural setting located at Seaward Avenue Extension, Bradford, PA.

You will enjoy a walk back in time as you tour the 19th century restored farm house, barn, one-room schoolhouse, herb garden, tool house, train depot and outbuildings.

Tuesday nights at 7 PM. If you are a musician looking for someone to play with or if you are someone who likes to listen to live music, here’s an opportunity to do both.

Crook Farm - Bradford, PAOld Time Music and Square Dance
The Jammers are local musicians who meet to learn to play folk, dance, Grand Old Opry, and other favorite music of past generations and we are delighted to share our facility with them to promote the living history of music that they enjoy working on. They are not a band for hire, it’s more like a back porch gathering of friends or family playing whatever instruments they have, square dancing and singing along when they know the words.

There may be an accordion, fiddles, mandolin, banjo, guitars, string bass, and a Dobro. This group plays for fun and to learn music. The skill level ranges from beginner to experienced performers who play in their own bands. Anyone with an instrument that is not amplified is welcome to join in.

Crook Farm - Bradford, PAOne Room Schoolhouse & More!
The farm house has been fully restored and furnished in the period of the 1870s. It is believed to be the oldest dwelling in the Bradford Area. It remained in the Crook family for over 125 years. This historical property was the home of Erastus and Betsy Crook early pioneers in McKean County. Today the Crook Farm is cared for by the Bradford Landmark Society.

Crook Farm Trail is a 1.2 mile hiking trail along the banks of the scenic Tunungawant Creek.

Historical Tours & Special Events
A variety of historical activities & programs are offered including: historical tours and demonstrations, luncheon tours, meeting grounds.

A living history program for high school students, church services and weddings. Please give us a call to schedule your special event in this historic location.

Country Fair – Crook Farm
Held annually in August this old fashioned country fair features live musical entertainment, food, craft demonstrations and artisans.

Crook Farm - Bradford, PA

Hours
Open Mid June through September
Special hours by appointment

Groups are welcome with prior arrangement.
Call us to rent this location for your family reunions, school group or special occasion.

Crook Farm & Schoolhouse
Seaward Avenue Extension
Bradford, PA 16701
814-362-3906 or 814-368-5981
www.bradfordlandmakr.org


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