Located less than 10 miles from the site of the first Little League® game, the Little League International Complex has been the home of the Little League Baseball® World Series since 1959. With more than 80 acres of land in South Williamsport, and a variety of places to explore, the Complex is a great place for families and visitors of all ages to visit any time of year.
Visit Little League® International
Attending the Little League Baseball® World Series
Held each August, the Little League Baseball World Series (LLBWS) is a bucket-list item for families all around the world and is FREE to attend. Before making the trip to Williamsport to watch the world’s largest youth sports tournament, be sure to check out these resources to know how to ensure you have the best experience possible.
Visit the World of Little League® Museum
Located at the birthplace of Little League®, the World of Little League® Museum offers fans and visitors of all ages an experience like no other thanks to hundreds of artifacts, historic items, and interactive exhibits on display. Regardless of age or Little League knowledge, the World of Little League Museum is a great opportunity to experience a piece of history.
Explore the Complex
From checking out the Mighty Casey Statue in left field and exploring the iconic stadiums used during the Little League Baseball World Series each August, to stopping at the Main Gift Shop for a memorable souvenir, there is plenty to do around the Little League International Complex.
Home to the Little League Baseball® World Series each summer, be sure to stop by and check out the iconic Howard J. Lamade and Volunteer Stadiums!
There is plenty to explore throughout the Little League International Complex. Be sure to take part in the Self-Guided Outdoor Walking Tour during your visit.
Be sure to end your visit with a trip to the Main Gift Shop, located behind home plate of Lamade Stadium, to pick up a memorable souvenir from your trip!