Springfield Farm and Museum - Just turn off of Potomac Street onto Springfield Lane to see why George Washington frequented Williamsport. The Town has restored the historic barn and is in the process of restoring the farmhouse. Visit the museum located in the barn and operated by the History and Museum Board to observe first hand the rich heritage and history of Williamsport.
Town Hall steps for Saturday's concert at 10:00 and West Salisbury Street for Saturday's "Battle of Hagerstown" reenactment at 11:00
C & O Canal Cushwa Basin (www.nps.gov/archive/choh/Visitor/Centers/Williamsport.html)
The C & O Canal is a National Park under the control of the Federal Park Service. The Cushwa Basin, Trolley Barn, Lock 44, Lock House, and Aqueduct located in Williamsport in close proximity to each other allow visitors to witness first hand one of the most famous channels of commerce in the United States. Visitors can visit all of these sites by taking an enjoyable walk on the towpath along the C & O Canal which looks much like it did in the 19th century during its heyday. The Cushwa Basin is also a great point of entry for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and fishing.