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Thomas T. Taber Museum [PA]

The Thomas T. Taber Museum presents the history of the Lycoming County, Pennsylvania area between Native American predominance and the 20th century. Exhibits address Native American life, fine and decorative arts, and area geology, among other topics. Period rooms depict 19th century life. Highlights include more than 300 toy trains.

The museum offers exhibits, period rooms, 90-minute guided tours for students, and a summer day camp. Students taking the guided tour should bring their lunches. Activities and demonstrations can be added to student tours.

 
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