Bradford, Pennsylvania is the Gateway to the PA Wilds. The Pennsylvania Wilds is one of the most spectacular outdoor recreation destinations in the USA! The PA Wilds covers one of the biggest blocks of green between New York City and Chicago with 2 million acres of breathtakingly beautiful public land, some of the darkest skies in the world for stargazing, the largest wild elk herd in the Northeast, rural traditions and creative makers, hundreds of miles of land and water trails – 29 state parks, 8 state forests, 50 state game lands and the 500,000-acre Allegheny National Forest, National Wild and Scenic Rivers .
The Bradford National Historic District features an eclectic mix of building styles from the 1800s to the 1900s. The Main Street Moviehouse is located in a prime of example of Art Deco architecture — the Hooker Fulton Building.
Of course there are also the Zippo and Case Museums!