The Hotel Williams on Main Street provides a showcase of the Wyoming area
heritage. The hotel was built in 1878 and operated as a hotel until
1932. Featured is a unique display of pharmaceutical items used in
Wyoming's past dating back to the Civil War, and old-fashioned ice cream parlor and
a 1926 Cleveland Indians baseball uniform worn by Emil "Dutch" Levsen
(formerly of Wyoming). Dutch was the last major league pitcher to
pitch, and win, two complete games of a double header.
The Museum is expanding.