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There are more things to do & see in Williamsport and the surrounding area than you could possibly imagine. Delightful attractions, museums & historical sites, family fun, festivals & fairs, sports & recreation, wineries & breweries, shopping, exciting events, and more await you ... and you'll discover something enjoyable to do on any given day or night. In fact, as a visitor, you could spend an entire week in Williamsport and not have enough time to see and experience all that we have to offer. Aside from the attractions listed below, you'll also find many more destinations of interest (and historical facts & trivia) in our Museums & History Directory. And, if live music, nightlife, theatre, or art is your thing, you're definitely in the right place. We are the cultural heart of northcentral Pennsylvania, and we invite you to get out and enjoy Williamsport ... it's all yours!

Little League Baseball & Little League World Series
539 Route 15, South Williamsport │ (570) 326-1921
Williamsport is the birthplace of Little League Baseball, and each year in August, we play host to the Annual Little League World Series which brings hundreds of thousands from around the globe!
World of Little League Museum & Official Store
525 Route 15, South Williamsport │ (570) 326-3607
Discover the history of Little League Baseball while also enjoying loads of interactive displays, batting and pitching areas, and hundreds of artifacts from Little League's rich history.
Hiawatha Paddlewheel Riverboat
Susquehanna Park, Arch St, Williamsport │ (570) 326-2500
Cruise the scenic Susquehanna River aboard the Hiawatha! In addition to regular public cruises, the are also special cruises for live music, wing nights, families, karaoke, dinners, and more. The Hiawatha is also available for your own private event or function.
Community Arts Center
220 West Fourth Street, Williamsport │ (570) 326-2424
Downtown's crown jewel, which regularly plays host to world-renowned performers the likes of Ringo Starr, Bonnie Raitt, Tony Bennett, BB King, Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, Willie Nelson, Bill Cosby, Aretha Franklin, and countless more, as well as continually offering up Broadway shows & musicals, award-winning films & documentaries, family fun, special events, and performances by our spectacular, world-class Williamsport Symphony Orchestra.
Historic Millionaires' Row
West Fourth Street, from Elmira to Rose Streets, Williamsport
During the days of the lumber barons, Williamsport was home to more millionaires per capita than any city in the country, and countless beautiful Victorians remain today, especially along West Fourth Street, known as "Millionaires' Row." Victorian Homes Magazine calls us "PA's mother lode for Victorian architecture!" Aside from West Fourth Street, you'll also discover stunning examples of Victorian architecture on West Third Street near the downtown district and all throughout our city's neighborhoods. Download a walkng tour guide HERE►
Carl E. Stotz Original Little League Field
1700 West Fourth Street, Williamsport
Since the second season of Little League® opened on June 3, 1940, Carl E. Stotz Field has affectionately been known to Williamsporters as Original Field. It is a place of joy and civic pride for the townspeople, a shrine to youth baseball for the rest of the world, and recently it received the distinction of being listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
"Bases Loaded" Little League Baseball Memorial
Installed in 2014 to commemorate Little League Baseball's 75th Anniversary, the memorial recreates a full baseball diamond at the entrance to Williamsport at Fourth & Market Streets with bronze player statues at each corner. Each of the statues reflect both the diversity and different eras of Little League Baseball, and a statue of founder Carl Stotz can be found seated on a bench next to homeplate on the northwest corner of the intersection.
Inspiration Lycoming Mural
225 West Fourth Street, Downtown Williamsport
The largest mural of its kind in the country, this mural features notable and inspiring people from Williamsport and Lycoming County who have had a positive impact on the community, past and present. An awe-inspiring work and one of downtown's landmarks, the mural is continually added to by artist Michael Pilato, who also offers tours of the mural.
Clyde Peeling's Reptiland
Route 15, Allenwood   Just 15 minutes away!
Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland is a world-class specialized zoo offering an unparalleled educational adventure for the whole family! Exotic reptiles and amphibians from around the world await discovery in stunning, naturalistic habitats, introducing visitors to the less-loved members of the animal kingdom. Explore the world of mambas, cobras, vipers, pythons and other rare and beautiful snakes, and experience giant alligators, Komodo Dragons, gentle tortoises, curious lizards, and colorful frogs on this zoological journey. Clyde Peeling has also appeared on national televison numerous times with the likes of Jay Leno, David Letterman, and others!
Williamsport Crosscutters Baseball
1700 W Fourth St, Williamsport │ (570) 326-3389
Take yourself out to a ballgame! The Williamsport Crosscutters are our Class A Minor League Affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies, but every game brings major league excitement at historic Bowman Field, an outstanding facility with a great concourse!
First Fridays - Our Monthly Celebrations of Art & Music
West Fourth Street and Pine Street, Downtown Williamsport
Downtown Williamsport's streets, sidewalks, and shops are filled with art, live music, artisans, and vendors on the first Friday of every month. Late shopping, too! Great food abound, fun for the kids, and more!
Thomas T. Taber Lycoming County Historical Museum
858 West Fourth Street, Williamsport │ (570) 326-3326
The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society chronicles the history of our region from American Indian heritage through 20th century industry and life. Exhibits include an American Indian gallery, a Fine and Decorative Arts gallery, 19th century period rooms, and the Shempp Model Train exhibit, featuring over 300 toy trains and widely recognized as the largest collection in the country!
Peter Herdic Transportation Museum
810 Nichols Place, Williamsport │ (570) 601-3455
Discover Williamsport's rich transportation history, which includes many "firsts" such as the "Herdic" (now called a taxi) and the first electric streetcars. Explore rail cars, too!
Williamsport Trolleys
(570) 326-2500
The Williamsport Trolley Tour is a delightful hour and a half ride through Williamsport's many areas of interest. Operates June through August. Our trolleys are also available for your own affair!
Susquehanna River Walk
A scenic 4-mile paved bikeway/walkway loop along the levee system in Williamsport, South Williamsport and Loyalsock Township. Timber trail amenities include interpretative signage, benches and a sculpture showcasing the region's rich timbering history.
Williamsport Symphony Orchestra
220 West Fourth Street, Williamsport │ (570) 322-0227
The mission of the world-class Williamsport Symphony Orchestra is to be a cultural asset to the community by providing quality music, education and performance opportunities for regional talent to an ever-expanding audience. Their programs include five regular season concerts, WSO Billtown Brass concerts, Williamsport Symphony Youth Orchestra concerts, the Close-Up Concert Series, Pops In The Park outdoor concerts, family concerts, their annual Young Artist Competition and the new Williamsport Symphony Junior Strings.
Community Theatre League
100 West Third Street, Williamsport │ (570) 327-1777
Community Theatre League regularly produces anywhere from 10-12 plays or musicals throughout the year and hosts up to 10 special concert events. It also holds a variety of summer camps for students of all ages and organizes the annual Ray of Light Awards for high school music theatre and drama programs.
Billtown Blues Festival
Held each year in June at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds in nearby Hughesville, the Billtown Blues Festival draws thousands of blues fans from around the northeast region for an afternoon and evening of top-notch blues entertainment from some of the biggest names in the blues world.
Your Carriage Awaits
(570) 772-1079
Enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride around downtown, to and from your special event, or arrange for your own special tour! A great way to see the sights around town!
Rowley House Museum
707 West Fourth Street, Williamsport │ (570) 323-8080
Architect Eber Culver designed this mansion on Millionaires’ Row for E.A. Rowley, one of the wealthiest men in Pennsylvania. It was completed in 1888 and is one of the most architecturally significant houses in Pennsylvania.  
Public Art
You'll happily discover wonderful public art all around town ... from sculptures to statues to wall paintings & murals. Most notably, you'll want to take a gander at our Inspiration Lycoming Mural on West Fourth Street (just across from the Community Arts Center). It's the largest mural of its kind in the country.
Riverfront Park & Canfield Island
Greevy Road, Williamsport │ (570) 323-6151
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, Riverfront Park and Canfield Island was formerly the Native American Village of Ostonwakin and home to prehistoric Native Americans (dating back as far as 1000BC). This is a place where history lives in nature and you can enjoy a recreational facility. There are bike and walking paths, a picnic pavilion, a multi-purpose field and a boat dock.
Williamsport Growers Market
Little League Blvd & Hepburn St, Williamsport │ (570) 634-3197
Every Saturday from 8AM-1PM in downtown Williamsport, you'll find bushels, baskets, and huge piles of farm-fresh goods, produce, flowers, and more ... and all locally grown!
Knoebel's Amusement Resort   Elysburg
Just an hour's drive from Williamsport in Elysburg, Knoebel's Grove is one of the country's most beloved amusement parks. Nestled in the woods, and featuring countless rides, rollercoasters, water features, food shops, games, mini-train rides, and so much more ... as well as their famous Phoenix Rollercoaster, consistently ranked as one of the best wooden rollercoasters in the world!
Purity Candy Company   Route 15, Allenwood
A national treasure since 1907! In 1907, President Theodore Roosevelt was promoting the "Square Deal," Henry Ford was getting the first Model T into production, and the Wright Brothers were launching the aviation age at Kitty Hawk. But in Lewisburg, PA, Ford G. Birchard was starting the Purity Candy Company.
Woolrich Company Store   Woolrich
From simple wool socks to our famous cold-busting parkas, Woolrich products have embraced the authentic outdoor lifestyle for more than 180 years. As the oldest continuously operating woolen mill in the United States, the Woolrich Mill provided wool blankets to Civil War soldiers, and continues to produce some of the country's finest wool blankets today. Over the years Woolrich has pioneered many clothing styles that have become American classics.
Piper Aviation Museum   Lock Haven
The Piper Aircraft Corporation, which maintained its headquarters in Lock Haven from 1937 until its closing in 1984, is well known for its “Cub” and for a series of aircraft bearing Native American names such as Aztec, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Comanche, Navajo, and Pawnee. Piper Aircraft Corporation grew to become the world’s leading producer of general aviation aircraft. Each year, a special "fly-in" event is held for Piper enthusiasts and pilots to share in their enjoyment of the iconic aircraft.
Selinsgrove Speedway   Selinsgrove
In nearby Selinsgrove, Selinsgrove Speedway hosts Road-Runner, Pro Stock, Late Model, and Sprint Car racing every Saturday night, as well as Go-Kart and Micro Sprint races on Fridays.  
Penn's Cave & Wildlife Park   Centre Hall
Glide through the all-water limestone cavern on the tour, given entirely by boat. Take a ride on the wild side through the farm, nature, and wildlife park tour. Browse the large gift shop for gems, rock specimens, plush apparel, books, and more. Enjoy a bison or longhorn burger in the Cave Café, or have a picnic in their beautiful pastoral setting. Reserve a ride traveling from the cave rock to the mountaintop on the Cave Rock Mountain Tour. Or "Get Lost" in Prospector Pete's Miner's Maze!
Woodward Cave & Campground   Route 45, Woodward
One of the largest caverns in Pennsylvania, its nickname reflects its five spacious rooms, one of which, "The Hall of Statues" is 200 feet long. Experienced guides conduct a well-explained, easily walked tour offering 50 minutes of nature at its best! Campground and cabin rentals, too!
T&D's Cats of the World   Penns Creek
T&D's Cats of the World is one of the only and largest exotic wildlife rescue organizations in Pennsylvania. Lions, tigers, and bears ... oh, my! T&D's receives animals in need from private individuals, government agencies, zoos, and other refuge organizations, providing a permanent home for these incredible animals and are open each summer to share their beauty with you.
Lake Tobias Wildlife Park   Halifax
Since 1965 Lake Tobias Wildlife Park has been fascinating patrons with its wild, exotic animals and adventure-seeking safari tours. Nestled in the quiet countryside, Lake Tobias resounds with the sights and sounds of the jungles and grasslands of six continents. Animals, reptiles and birds from around the world can be found here.