The Society has displays in three locations:  The Williams House, PPL's Environmental Learning Center and the Palmyra (Pike County) Township Building, plus the Taft Cemetery and Purdytown Cemetery.  Follow this link to the cemetery pages.

The Williams House is located at 103 Manor Woods Court, Paupack, PA 18451, on the east side of RT 507 in Whispering Pines development.  The displays are open by appointment only.  For an appointment, please call 570-226-8980 or email wallenpaupack.historical@att.net

PPL's Environmental Learning Center is located at 126 PPL Drive, Hawley, PA 18428, just off US Route 6 near the dam in Wilsonville.  The pictures of the Wallenpaupack River (before the dam) and the dam construction, as well as Amerindian artifacts are open to the public whenever the building is open, normally, Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.  (Scheduled activities may preclude access to all exhibits.)

The Palmyra Township building is at 115 Buehler Lane, Paupack, PA 18451, just off Gumbletown Road.  The collection of wallpaper tools, early woodworking tools and bells from the one-room schools is open to the public when the Township Building is open.  Normal hours are 9:00 to 2:00, Monday through Friday, except holidays.

Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau's Lake Wallenpaupack Center is located at 2512 RT 6, Hawley, PA 18428, near the Tafton Dike on Lake Wallenpaupack. Our displays here change about every quarter. See the PMVB website for hours of operation and other information about the center, and tourism opportunities in the region.