Located on Route 6, 23 miles west of Wellsboro, this wonderful museum chronicles the history of lumbering in Pennsylvania. With interactive exhibits inside and outside exhibits that include a replica saw mill and Shay Locomotive, this museum beautifully explore this rich part of the areas history. Visitors get a sense of what it was like to live and work in the lumber camps and learn how lumbering has changed over the years. Recently remodeled, the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum is worth exploring. As a step on guide, I continue to share information about the area on route and prepare your riders for the museum experience.

Good to know

This stop is about 30 minutes west of Wellsboro and you should allow at least 90 minutes to properly view the exhibits. The interior museum is completely accessible. Outside exhibits are accessible, but do require some mobility to fully enjoy. Lunch with Loggers Program can include a lunch meal with your tour.

Season: Open year round, except federal holidays

Cost: $4-$7 per person depending on group size. Lunch options also available for added cost.