Welcome to the Days Inn Auburn/Finger Lakes New York
Welcome to the Days Inn Auburn/Finger Lakes New York
Welcome to the Days Inn Auburn/Finger Lakes New York
Welcome to the Days Inn Auburn/Finger Lakes New York
Welcome to the Days Inn Auburn/Finger Lakes New York
Welcome to the Days Inn Auburn/Finger Lakes New York
 

Local Area Info.

Cayuga County is rich with historic sites, museums, and homes. Reminders of the Underground Railroad, the building of the Erie Canal, and the invention of "Talking Films" can all be found here.

 Harriet Tubman Home Historic sites include Fort Hill Cemetery where William H. Seward and Harriet Tubman were laid to rest, and the Willard Memorial Chapel designed by Louis C. Tiffany and the Tiffany Glass & Decorating, Co. Take in the Rural Life Museum, dedicated to preserving local history and agricultural traditions and visit a water-powered gristmill operating since 1823 at New Hope Mills.

For a glimpse into Cayuga County's past, visit the Cayuga Museum of History & Art, offering rotating and permanent exhibits on the history and art of Cayuga County.

Visit some of the most unique museums in the Finger Lakes Region. These include the Ward O'Hara Agricultural Museum where you can step back in time to the turn of the century and life on the farm; the Little Theater Railway Museum featuring model train exhibits, and the Howland Stone Store Museum, the former family business of noted educator and Quaker abolitionist, Emily Howland.

Seward House Sitting Room, Auburn Tour the hmes of ourfamous forefathers (and mothers!) such as William H. Seward, best known for his work to purchase Alaska, then known as 'Seward's Folly," Underground Railroad conductor, Harriet Tubman, and Theodore Case, inventor of 'Talking Films." The Seward House, Harriet Tubman Home and the Cayuga Museum (Case-Willard Mansion ) are all open to the public.