About WilliamsportOnce known as the lumber capital of the world, modern Williamsport's strong manufacturing base complements its rich history. Among its highlights is Millionaires' Row, a street lined with Victorian-era mansions built by lumber barons. The city also is the birthplace of Little League Baseball. On West Fourth Street south of Max M. Brown Memorial Park is Carl E. Stotz Field, the original Little League field named after the league's founder.
Visitor Centers Lycoming County Visitors Information Center 102 W. Fourth St. Williamsport, PA 17701. Phone:(570)327-7700 or (800)358-9900
ShoppingA shopping area along W. Fourth Street features stores and boutiques within a historic district.
Things to Do Hiawatha Riverboat Tours
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