Museums, theater groups, a music scene, an art center, breweries, a distillery, restaurants, two colleges, a local baseball league, recreation, nature, a rich history.
city living with small town values
Known as the Lumber Capital of the World during the late 1800’s, this city is now host to a burgeoning arts community with a thriving historic downtown area adjacent to Millionaire’s Row – a national historic district of Victorian landmarks. It is the original the birthplace of Little League Baseball and hosts the Little League World Series at the end of every summer.
Williamsport is the only city located in the Pennsylvania Wilds – more than two millions of acres of public, unspoiled forests and mountains — ideal for fishing, hiking, kayaking and outdoor activities.
Located about a mile from downtown and a stone’s throw from Penn College – the Pajama Factory is in an Enterprise and Keystone Innovation Zone that provides tax credits to businesses and non-profit/community groups. The town also offers 3% loan programs to move a business (and jobs) to the city.