Kingston

Major John Bradford House

50 Landing Rd,
Kingston, MA
(781) 585-6300

Jones River Village Historical Society

The Major John Bradford House was built by John Bradford in 1714 as a home for his bride, Mercy Warren, and it was there that they made their home and raised their large family. When visiting the home you can see household furnishings, tools, fireplaces, pottery and other artifacts of the era, including children’s toys and dolls, are on display.The Jones River Village Historical Society works to collect, preserve and educate the public about the history of the town of Kingston. It makes its collections accessible through exhibitions, research assistance and educational programs and lectures. It also preserves, protects and maintains the Society’s headquarters, the Major John Bradford Homestead. The Major John Bradford House was listed on the National Register of Historic
Places in 2006

No charge for admission. Guided tours of the House are available on Sundays, from 9:00 to ll:30 a.m. in July and August during the Society’s Summer Breakfast Season.

 

Major John Bradford House, Kingston

Major John Bradford House, Kingston

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Major John Bradford House

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