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Founded in 1789, the storybook Village of Aurora is situated on the calm shores of Cayuga Lake in the heart of New York’s premier wine region. Designated as a National Historic District and under one square mile, Aurora is a peaceful respite.

Hotel Address

391 Main Street, Aurora

New York, United States 13026

Historic Hotels of America Recommended Points of Interest

  • Auburn Public Theater

    Auburn Public Theater

    Experience a thrilling theatrical performance at the Auburn Public Theater.

  • Cascadilla Gorge Trail

    Cascadilla Gorge Trail

    Discover the majestic trails of the Cascadilla Gorge Trail.

  • Cayuga Lake

    Cayuga Lake

    Explore the 40 miles of shoreline that constitute Caygua Lake.

  • Cayuga Museum Of History & Art

    Cayuga Museum of History & Art

    Explore the history of the region at the Cayuga Musuem of History & Art.

  • Clinton Square

    Clinton Square

    Experience the many historic structures that line Clinton Square.

  • Cornell Botanical Gardens

    Cornell Botanical Gardens

    Discover the wide variety of plant life that calls the Cornell Botanical Gardens home.

  • Cornell University

    Cornell University

    Explore the historic grounds of this leading Ivy League university.

  • Erie Canal Museum

    Erie Canal Museum

    Discover the legacy of the Erie Canal at the Erie Canal Museum.

  • Everson Museum Of Art

    Everson Museum of Art

    Explore one of the finest collections of American art at the Everson Museum of Art.

  • Finger Lakes National Forest

    Finger Lakes National Forest

    Explore the scenic trails that wind through the Finger Lakes National Forest.

  • Frederick Douglass Grave Site

    Frederick Douglass Grave Site

    Discover the grave of this legendary 19th-century Civil Rights leader.

  • Geneva Historical Society

    Geneva Historical Society

    Explore the history of Geneva at this interesting destination.

  • Harriet Tubman National Historical Park

    Harriet Tubman National Historical Park

    Experience the legacy of abolitionist Harriet Tubman's life at the Harriet Tubman National Historical Park.

  • Herbert F. Johnson Museum Of Art

    Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art

    Experience Roman artifacts to contemporary photography at this amazing cultural institution.

  • Ithaca Falls Natural Area

    Ithaca Falls Natural Area

    Explore the 150-foot waterfall at the Ithaca Falls Natural Area.

  • Landmark Theatre

    Landmark Theatre

    Attend a thrilling theatrical performance inside this gorgeous theater, which is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

  • MANITOGA/The Russel Wright Design Center

    MANITOGA/The Russel Wright Design Center

    Discover the legacy of mid-century designer Russel Wright inside his home, now a National Historic Landmark.

  • Mark Twain's Study

    Mark Twain's Study

    Experience the place where Mark Twain wrote some of his iconic novels, including A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.

  • Martin Y. Tang Welcome Center

    Martin Y. Tang Welcome Center

    Explore the famous Triphammer Falls from the Martin Y. Tang Welcome Center.

  • Memorial Art Gallery

    Memorial Art Gallery

    Explore the civic art on display, courtesy of the University of Rochester.

  • Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge

    Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge

    Discover all the different species of animals that reside at the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

  • Museum Of Science & Technology

    Museum of Science & Technology

    Experience interactive science exhibits at the Museum of Science & Technology.

  • NYS Equal Rights Heritage Center

    NYS Equal Rights Heritage Center

    Experience the story of the Equal Rights Movement at this oustanding cultural destination.

  • Rosamond Gifford Zoo

    Rosamond Gifford Zoo

    Discover the wide variety of animals at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo.

  • Sampson State Park

    Sampson State Park

    Experience the marina at the Sampson State Park.

  • Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center

    Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center

    Experience one of the fienst collections of artwork around the Finger Lakes at the Schweinfurth Art Center.

  • Sciencecenter


    Discover interactive scientific exhibits at the Sciencecenter.

  • Seneca Lake State Park

    Seneca Lake State Park

    Discover the beauty of Lake Seneca at Seneca Lake State Park.

  • Seward House Museum

    Seward House Museum

    Discover the legacy of President Lincoln's Secretary of State at the Seward House Museum.

  • Smith Opera House

    Smith Opera House

    Experience a wonerful performance at this Gilded Age theater.

  • Starr Clark Tin Cup Shop & Underground Railroad Museum

    Starr Clark Tin Cup Shop & Underground Railroad Museum

    Explore the activites of the Underground Railroad in upstate New York.

  • State Theatre Of Ithaca

    State Theatre of Ithaca

    Experience the ornate details of the historic State Theatre of Ithaca.

  • Taughannock Falls State Park

    Taughannock Falls State Park

    Discover the Taughannock Falls at this remarkable outdoor destination.

  • The Fuertes Observatory

    The Fuertes Observatory

    Discover the night sky at The Fuertes Observatory.

  • The History Center In Tompkins County

    The History Center in Tompkins County

    Explore the history of nearby Tompkins County at this remarkable historic site.

  • Ward O’Hara Agricultural & Country Living Museum

    Ward O’Hara Agricultural & Country Living Museum

    Explore the region's rural past at the Ward O’Hara Agricultural & Country Living Museum.

  • Watkins Glen State Park

    Watkins Glen State Park

    Experience the cascading waterfalls that reside at the Watkins Glen State Park.

  • Women’s Rights National Historical Park

    Women’s Rights National Historical Park

    Discover the story of the Seneca Falls Convention at the Women's Rights National Historical Park.

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