Williamsport Lycoming County Visitors Bureau - Come on Home to Lycoming County
Museums, Aviation, Historical Societies, trolleys, riverboat. All kinds of history in Williamsport

Lycoming County offers the birthplace of Little League Baseball, home of the Little League Museum, the Piper Aviation Museum and several others.

There are years and years of history in Williamsport and Lycoming County dating back to before 1795. There is a heritage here, built around a rich logging town along the Susquehanna River that now is one of the largest cities in Pennsylvania.

Once you're here, no matter where you go in Lycoming County, you'll find a lot to your liking ...not to mention plenty of down home comforts and urban excitement along the way.

Piper Aviation Museum, Lock Haven
Piper Aviation Museum was established to showcase the rich history of Piper Aircraft Company, as well as the remarkable accomplishments of William T. Piper Sr. and sons. The museum’s collection includes aircraft and aircraft equipment, an ever-expanding archives collection of corporate and family records, flight journals and magazines, photographs, and memorabilia, some of which are on display.

Rowley House Museum, Williamsport
Eber Culver designed and built this house on Millionaires' Row in 1888 for E.A. Rowley, one of the wealthiest men in Pennsylvania. It is one of the most architecturally significant houses in the Commonwealth.

Jersey Shore Historical Society, Jersey Shore
The Samuel Moss House is the home of The Jersey Shore Historical Society’s museum. The founders of the society were a group of historic and civic minded women who knew that the history of the town and surrounding area must be preserved. The Moss House is filled with many artifacts and photographs of a bygone era.

General John Burrows Historical Society of Montour, Montoursville
When in Lycoming County be sure to visit the General John Burrows Historical Society. You will be able to learn some interesting facts about the Montoursville area.

World of Little League Museum, South Williamsport
The museum, completely renovated in 2013, traces the storied history of Little League through unique artifacts, audio and video kiosks, and interactive exhibits. There are two theaters and fun hands-on displays to keep visitors of any age entertained, like the amazing Global Connections Touch Table. You can even see how fast you can get from home plate to first base on the running track – a recr

Williamsport Trolleys, Williamsport
The Williamsport Trolley Tour is a delightful ride through Williamsport's areas of interest. Highlights of the tour include viewing the exterior of the Victorian mansions on Millionaires' Row, Memorial Park where the first Little League baseball games were played, the magnificent tree sculpture of Chief Woapalanee at the entrance of Brandon Park and the Hiawatha Paddlewheel Riverboat at Susquehann

Lycoming County Veterans Memorial Park, Williamsport
The Lycoming County Veterans Memorial Park was established as a tribute to our fallen soldiers. Eight monuments stand to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice during each of the major wars in the 20th century and beyond.

Thomas T. Taber Museum, Williamsport
Explore the History of north central Pennsylvania at the Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society. You will discover the major events of the region's history while learning about everyday life.

Muncy Historical Society, Muncy
Muncy Historical Society and Museum focuses on preservation and conservation of the rich history and heritage of Muncy and surrounding communities.

Hiawatha Paddlewheel Riverboat, Williamsport
The Hiawatha is an authentic replica of the type of riverboat that plied the waters of the Susquehanna during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It offers scenic public, dinner and concert cruises and family, karaoke and wing nights.

Blooming Grove Historical Society, Cogan Station
The goal of the Blooming Grove Historical Society is to preserves the history of Hepburn Township and the surrounding area. German Baptist Brethren, who were encouraged to come to Pennsylvania by William Penn, settled in Lycoming County.

Original Little League, Inc., Williamsport
Original Little League has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is known as "The Birthplace of Little League Baseball". Located on West Fourth Street near Historic Bowman Field, it was the "Home of the First 12 Little League Baseball World Series" from 1947 thru 1958. Park Point, which is close by, is the site where the first Little League game was played on June 6, 1939.

Peter Herdic Transportation Museum, Williamsport
Come visit the Peter Herdic Transportation Museum to explore the rich traditions of the Susquehanna Valley. See exhibits dating back to the Susquehannock Indian Tribe's birch bark canoe to today's modern transportation systems.