Distance From Hotel • 0.2 mi
100 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701
A walk west along West 4th Street will quickly take you from Williamsport’s business center to Millionaire’s Row. At one time Williamsport had more millionaires per capita than anywhere else in the country. As a result of the time when 19th century Williamsport was the “lumber capital of the world”, mansions along the row displayed architectural styles ranging from Italian Villa to Queen Anne to Gothic Revival. This is a historic tour you don’t want to miss on your next visit to Williamsport.
Historic Williamsport Trolley Tours
Website • 0.4 mi
56 E 3rd St, Williamsport, PA 17701, 570-326-2500
The trolleys are available for Historic Trolley tours through the Millionaires’ Row District and other Williamsport locations. Take the Victorian Adventure Tour, ride the trolley listening to a taped narration then go on a walking tour of a few historic homes. Experience Lycoming County’s rich history aboard the Peter Herdic, Anne Weightman, or Carl Stotz Trolleys.
Historic Original Little League Park
Distance From Hotel • 1.0 mi
1695 West Fourth Street, Williamsport PA
This ballpark is the birthplace of Little League Baseball and also hosted the Little League World Series from 1947 to 1958. Self-guided or guided tours are available.
Thomas T. Taber Museum
Website • 1.7 mi
858 West Fourth Street, Williamsport, PA 17701, 570-326-3326
Experience Lycoming County’s rich history from its early Native American roots to the Lumber Barons with there wealth and opulence. Visit the different period rooms like the Frontier Room, Victorian Parlor or an authentic Woodworking Shop. The Museum also boasts one on the greatest train collections in the United States. The LaRue Shempp Model Train exhibit contains over 300 toy trains and two working displays! A must see when visiting the museum is its Art Gallery, showcasing five paintings by Severin Roesen, a 19th century still life painter.
Peter J. McGovern Little League Museum
Website • 2.0 mi
538 Us Highway 15, Williamsport, PA
Kids of all ages will enjoy the batting cages and interactive exhibits that are all a part of a day spent at the Little League Museum. Learn all about Little League history since 1939. See World Series videos and highlights. A timed running track will test your skill at running the bases.
Samek Art Gallery
Distance From Hotel • 2.0 mi
Moore Ave. and 7th St., Lewisburg, PA 17837, (570) 577-3792
Samek Art Gallery, on the third floor of the Elaine Langone Center on the Bucknell University campus, showcases more than 5,000 works of art. Collections include Japanese decorative art, Baroque and Renaissance art, historic prints, modern and contemporary works on paper and 20th-century photographs.