We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society chronicles the history of our region from American Indian occupation through 20th century industry and life. Exhibits include an American Indian gallery, a Fine and Decorative Arts...more
All reviews period rooms on display local history interesting exhibits doll house stayed longer model train native americans general store great history an hour and a half couple of hours williamsport area toy basement wealth admission
Great museum along Millionaire's Row (W.4th St.) in Williamsport. Everything from Indian artifacts, artwork, antique long rifles, local wildlife, geology, history of logging industry, Model T in Lobby to replicas of grain mill, metalwork shop & general store. Also in lower level, quite an impressive...More
This museum far exceed my expectations. First it’s much larger than it appears. Second it’s very well done. The displays are informative and enjoyable to view. There is a broad range of topics cover. From Indians to train and everything in Between. Well worth the...More
I really enjoyed the museum. I stayed about an hour and a half. I could have stayed longer, but I was only in town for the day. The lady at the desk was very helpful. If you're in Williamsport I recommend that you stop by!
This museum doesn't look like much on the outside, but it really possesses a wealth of local history and character. Interesting exhibits on the history of the Williamsport area, with great photos and artifacts.
Be sure to head down to the basement to see the...More
I highly recommend the Taber Museum. The size of the building is deceiving -- while it looks small from the outside, the building is much larger than what it appears, and it is packed with excellent, interesting displays. We were impressed with the wide variety...More
We decided to go see the annual train show this year. It was wonderful their was plenty to explore they have a variety of hands on display trains for young children and plenty to explore its a nice thing yo do with the grandkids and...More
We didn't expect this museum to be what it is, it is fantastic ! Much larger than it looks from the outside, and the breadth of exhibits is incredible. We were there for 2 hours and could have stayed longer. This is definitely a "don't...More
I am so glad we were able to see this museum. It is so well laid out and the displays are wonderful. They have several exhibits that the children can partake in, such as archeology and guess the animal tracks etc. There is a wonderful...More