This New York Museum In The Finger Lakes Region Only Gets Better With Age

Over the course of its more than 200-year history, the Seward House Museum in Auburn, New York, has witnessed history in some remarkable ways, many of which remain in this classic home in the form of historic exhibitions, art collections, and opportunities to learn about a fascinating era in the Seward family. This little slice of history in the Finger Lakes region is worth the trip.

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If you’re up for spending the day around Auburn, head down to Owasco Lake and its surrounding parks for some beautiful views. Then enjoy steak and seafood from local favorite Sunset Restaurant.

Address: 33 South St, Auburn, NY 13021, USA