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Trip Ideas

You know a Finger Lakes vacation is right for you but perhaps you’re not quite sure where to begin? These trip itineraries, created by our travel experts, provide information on how and where to spend your Cayuga County getaway.

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Totality Rocks!

Spend a few days exploring our destination before it all goes dark! Don’t worry it’s really only dark for about 3:23! Come for the Total Solar Eclipse (that won’t happen again in our area for another 144 years!) and see all that we have to offer, like delicious food and the most freshwater coast line in NYS!

48 Hours in Cayuga County Visit the area Harriet Tubman Chose to Call Home

Start your visit in “History’s Hometown”… Auburn NY, to celebrate Black History. Auburn is a small town full of amazing history! It was home to Harriet Tubman, conductor on the Underground Railroad and Civil War Hero who chose Auburn as her home for the last 50 years of her life. It was also home to William H. Seward, Secretary of State under President Lincoln, his home was also a stop in the underground railroad. Both William Seward and his wife Frances were active in the abolitionist movement. On your second day explore the countryside and visit a few of our award-winning wineries and the famous Mackenzie Childs Store, known for its whimsical ceramics and home decor.

Suffrage Centennial Itinerary

Visit the top attractions celebrating the suffrage movement to honor the centennial anniversary of women being granted the right to vote in the United States. It was during this week 100 years ago when progressive women and allies marched in protest, inspiring the 19th Amendment.

24 Hours in Harriet Tubman’s Chosen Hometown

Visit “History’s Hometown”Auburn NY, to celebrate Black History.  Auburn is a small town full of amazing history! It was home to Harriet Tubman, conductor on the Underground Railroad and Civil War Hero who chose Auburn as her home for the last 50 years of her life. It was also home to William H . Seward, Secretary of State under President Lincoln, his home was also a stop in the underground railroad. Both William Seward and his wife Frances were active in the abolitionist movement.

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