Cayuga County invites you to explore the many sites that tell the story of an amazing hero - Harriet Tubman.
Discover the cure for cabin fever: Hibercation: part hibernation, part vacation and 100 percent good for the soul.
Hibercation is the perfect cure for cabin fever. We are inviting everyone to enjoy some downtime while you escape the day-to-day pressures of work and home. Treat yourself to guilt-free relaxation and much-needed coziness with a hibercation.
Local businesses are offering a fresh take on a cozy winter getaway as part of a regional tourism campaign presented by the Cayuga County Office of Tourism and its partners. Hibercation runs January 15 through March 15,
Our businesses are working tirelessly to create a safe holiday shopping experience. Shopping at the local business in your community goes further. It helps not just that one business, it supports employment, it supports the other small businesses and suppliers that they use, the money stays local. An added bonus is that you can find unique, meaningful gifts and often times a connection that you can't get online or in big box stores. Keep your holiday spirits high and hunger at bay by enjoy lunch or an afternoon coffee from one of the many restaurants in our area.
Savor in the local flavor of Cayuga County
Discover the flavors of our beautiful region and the creative menus local chefs are coming up with!
Interested in exploring sites along the Erie Canal? Download our app! Follow the 60-mile self guided tour all at once or one section at a time. Tour takes you through both Cayuga and Wayne Counties. Click on image for more information.
On 8/13/21 the Cayuga County Office of Tourism was made aware of an incident that took place at the Days Inn Auburn. The Cayuga County Office of Tourism does not stand for any discrimination or racial intolerance anywhere, but especially in our community.
As the home of humanitarian Harriet Tubman, we promote inclusivity across Cayuga County. The incident that occurred at Days Inn Auburn stands in stark contrast to that. We have removed them from the Cayuga County Office of Tourism’s website and all promotions.