There’s More to Williamsport, Pennsylvania Than Little League

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There is more to Williamsport, PA than the Little League World Series.

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  • Downtown Williamsport is home to the largest portrait mural as of 2007, displaying the history of Lycoming County. More than 400 community members are featured in the mural, Inspiration Lycoming.  

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Bars and Restaurants

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We always stop at Bullfrog Brewery when we are in Williamsport. There is a delicious menu with a variety of vegan and vegetarian options. We highly recommend the curry soup and Korean BBQ Brined Tempeh. With over 18 beers on tap it is hard to choose only 8 for a flight.

  • The Brickyard Restaurant and Ale House is another favorite with a large outdoor patio featuring live music every Friday during the summer and a delicious menu.
  • Fans of Irish Pubs, we had to order a Guinness at The Moon & Raven Public House.
  • Open in 2016, Boom City Brewing Company, is on our list of places to check out next time we are in town. At least 6 micro-brewed beers are always on tap and all items on the menu are created with locally grown meat and produce. 
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Step back to 1921 at the Genetti Taphouse in the historic Genetti Inn & Suites.

Hiking

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World’s End State Park, Williamsport

There are several hiking trails through South Williamsport.


August 2015/June 2018

 

 

 

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Author: The Traveling Gingerbread

My husband, Mitch, and I have been traveling together over 6 years. Living and working full-time in Pittsburgh, PA, we travel as much as our vacation days and finances allow. We cram each adventure with activities, tours,  and experiences to maximize our time. We always try to visit to a local brewery and can't walk by an Irish pub without stopping in for a pint of Guinness. CREATION OF THE TRAVELING GINGERBREAD: In Tokyo, we smiled every time we saw someone talking on their large, animated phone case. We had to buy one. Having an obsolete IPhone 5, the selection was limited. We purchased a gingerbread off a neglected rack in Shinjuku, Tokyo and The Traveling Gingerbread was born. You can purchase your own gingerbread friend here! The Traveling Gingerbread is an entertaining account of our travels, fun facts, and tips we learned along the way.

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