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Area Highlights:

Thomas T. Taber Museum
 of the Lycoming County Historical Society

Taber Museum

The Lycoming County Historical Society (founded in 1907) is a not-for-profit educational organization with a museum, library and archives. Its purpose is to discover, collect, preserve, and interpret the historical and cultural heritage of Northcentral Pennsylvania. It features traveling exhibits and permanent collections that include:

A Fine and Decorative Arts Gallery
     The Art Gallery exhibition integrates three art collections, the Taber Museum’s general collection, the John Sloan Art Collection, donated to the Taber Museum by Helen Farr Sloan in 1976, and the Park Retirement Home collection, currently on extended loan to the museum. The exhibit showcases artworks dating from the late 18th century into the 20th century. Artists featured include John Sloan and his contemporaries, Severin Roesen, John Wesley Little and Frances Tipton Hunter, Henry Young, and Jacob Maentel.

Lycoming County History, 1769 – 20th Centuries
     Learn about Lycoming County and its people. Here are just a few of the exhibits and period rooms that you will enjoy. Learn the history of the Lumbering Industry, the region’s major economic enterprise in the 19th century.

The James Bressler American Indian Gallery
     Uncover the history of the county’s first inhabitants, the American Indians, in our state-of-the-art American Indian Gallery. Illustrations, graphics, dioramas, and locally discovered artifacts bring the story to life.

The LaRue Shempp Model Train Exhibit
     Row after row of vintage toy trains, the earliest dating from the 1870s, fill the room. The exhibition includes models by Ives, Lionel, American Flyer and European companies. Of the 300 models, twelve are one of a kind. The exhibit includes two working layouts, one in standard and one in HO gauge; a computer train simulator; and a Thomas the Tank Engine wooden railway play table.
     Come see for yourself - a wonderful blend of area history - all at your finger tips.

The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society
858 West Fourth Street, Williamsport, PA 17701
Call for information about current activities and exhibits:
(570) 326-3326 or visit
Hours include: Tue through Fri: 9:30 am - 4 pm; Sat: 11 am - 4 pm; and
1 pm - 4 pm (open Sundays May 1 through Oct. 31).