NYS Equal Rights Heritage Center/Auburn NY Visitor Center

Phone Number
(315) 258-9820

From Interstate 90 take Exit 40 Weedsport/Auburn. Head south on Route 34 into Auburn. Take a right on Lincoln Street.

25 South Street
Auburn, NY 13021

Wednesday - Saturday 10AM-4PM
Closed Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

Tourist Information
Taste NY Market
Interactive & educational displays
Public restrooms, Free WiFi, Green Space
Harriet Tubman Statue

The NYS Equal Rights Heritage Center welcomes visitors and promotes tourism for Auburn's Historic and Cultural Sites Commission. Explore where iconic American heroes Harriet Tubman and William H. Seward lived. See outstanding examples of Tiffany glass at the Willard Memorial Chapel. Discover the birthplace of talking films at the Cayuga Museum of History & Art and Case Research Lab. Take in arts and culture at the Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center, Auburn Public Theater, and Seymour Library. Start your Auburn experience at the NYS Equal Rights Heritage Center/Auburn NY Visitor Center, where you can shop the Taste NY Market, relax in the courtyard carefully watched over by a bronze Harriet Tubman statue, find all traveler resources and current city-wide events, and learn about the area's rich history through interactive and educational displays. Visitors will not be short of things to see and do within a two-mile radius of downtown Auburn.