Welcome to Wellsboro, PA – Home of Pennsylvania’s Grand Canyon

Annual Events

Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce offers annual events. If you need more information click on the banners to check the dates and schedules.


78 laurel festival

winter celebration

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dickens of christmas 2019

christmas main st 2018

Wellsboro Comic Con


Home of Pennsylvania's Grand Canyon

Are you tired of looking at your backyard? Come play in ours, a short drive to another world. The Wellsboro area, home of the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, offers hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails from flat packed surfaces to rugged mountain terrain. Spend time fishing, swimming and canoeing in one of the many area parks. They’re free in Pennsylvania! Maybe you’d like to try horseback riding or have an off road adventure. It’s time to relax. Spend a few nights in one of our many lodging options and enjoy fabulous meals at your choice of area restaurants. Stroll the gas lit streets of Wellsboro where you’ll find family owned businesses offering personal attention to your needs. You’ll find it all here in the Wellsboro area. Come and see us, it’s a short drive from your back yard to ours!

Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Join our team of over 300 members working together to build a strong community for today and tomorrow. Call our office at (570) 724-1926 and find out how the Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce can work with you.

Monthly Board of Director's Meeting

Click here to view the latest Board of Directors Meeting Minutes

The next Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Director's Meeting

will be held on:

Tuesday, June 21, 2024 at Noon.

The public is invited to attend.



Click here to see our events
and schedules.

Chamber Hours

Monday - Friday
8:30 AM - 4:30PM


Click here to see our Map
and directions


Phone: (570) 724-1926
Fax: (570) 724-5084

Take a Tour of Wellsboro

Wellsboro, a town of beauty and culture rich in natural resources and the County Seat of Tioga County, might be set down in any section of New England and find itself in familiar surroundings. Founded in 1806 by settlers from Delaware, Maryland and Philadelphia, it was incorporated in 1830.

The town was named in honor of Mary Wells, wife of one of the original settlers, Benjamin Wister Morris
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