The Cayuga County Convention and Visitors Bureau distributes visitor information at the New York State Equal Rights Heritage Center, located at 25 South Street in downtown Auburn. The information center is open daily year round from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. A full array of brochures and maps on Cayuga County and the Finger Lakes are available as well as knowledgeable staff to help you locate lodging and plan itineraries.
Cayuga County’s smaller towns and villages are truly the essence of what the Finger Lakes are all about – rural charm with a sophisticated flair. Our great restaurants, unique shops and fine service won’t disappoint you. Aurora, on the east side of the longest of the Finger Lakes, Cayuga Lake has been said to have a ‘Norman Rockwell’ quality and it lives up to it’s reputation. This historic village is a ‘must see’ on any Finger Lakes vacation.
Major attractions include MacKenzie-Childs, Ltd., the Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival, the Seward House Museum, our eight crystal clear lakes and ten award-winning wineries.