“A Gem in the Susquehanna Valley”
Travelers crossing the Susquehanna River into Lewisburg immediately come upon an imposing structure, the Packwood House Museum. The building is one of the oldest and most historic structures in town, with its clapboard facing hiding the original log cabin structure. Thousands of visitors tour the Museum each year – will you be one of them today?
January 9 – February 6, 2017 – Closed for Winter Break
Tour Packwood House Museum
Take a journey back in time to admire not only the historic building, but also the Fetherstons’ treasures of glass, ceramics, textiles, furniture, paintings, Pennsylvania German decorative arts, and Oriental art.
Visit The Museum Shop
The Museum Shop is located in the Tour Center and stocks a wonderful array of distinctive gifts for any occasion. Merchandise includes items from local artisans – pottery, jewelry, glassware, artwork, and notecards.
Tour The Miriam Fisher Terrace
Be sure to admire Edith’s 1930’s Oriental/Pennsylvania woodland garden. This majestic patio boasts the area’s only collection of century-old cryptomeria trees.