Cayuga County TourismPart of New York State's Path through History Weekends 

Cayuga County, N.Y. - The Path Through History (PTH) is an initiative that connects historic and cultural attractions throughout New York State.  The PTH not only showcases New York's unparalleled network of museums, historic sites, and other cultural institutions, it also helps promote tourism, economic development, and creates jobs.

As part of the Path Through History initiative, on June 7 & 8 and June 14 & 15 cultural and heritage sites throughout the state will host special programming, tours and events or provide reduced or free admission, to celebrate the unique
history of New York State.

In Cayuga County, the following events are planned to celebrate our wonderful history in a unique way:

  • Old Ways Day, June 7 at the Ward O'Hara Agricultural Museum, Auburn
  • Of Many Voices: Antislavery Reform in Upstate New York, 1835-1860, June 8, Historic Mentz Church, Montezuma
  • Robert H. Good Traveling Exhibit of WWII Militaria, June 7 & 8, Cayuga Museum, Auburn

For more information on the Path Through History weekends in Cayuga County and across New York State, visit

About the Cayuga County Office of Tourism

The Cayuga County Office of Tourism is the designated Tourism Promotion Agency for Cayuga County and promotes the County's attractions, events, and lodging establishments.  For more information visit

Editorial Contact:

Meg Vanek

Executive Director

Cayuga County Office of Tourism

131 Genesee Street

Auburn, NY  13021

(315) 255-1658/800-499-9615