Finding distances to planetary nebulae remains a frustrating undertaking, but significant progress has been made over the past several years. This review covers primarily work done on distances since 1980, with some references to earlier papers. Some interesting new methods have been tried recently and some methods that have been used for years have been refined. Missions such as the Hubble Space Telescope and Hipparcos may provide new data on distances. Advances in ground-based telescopes and instruments will make possible new studies of distances.