This chapel was built in 1892-1894 for students at Auburn Theological Seminary, which trained and taught missionaries and pastors. Although no longer being used for this purpose, the chapel is still located on the campus.
Harriet Tubman National Historical Park, located in Auburn, New York and Fleming (New York), is associated with Harriet Tubman’s life.
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon admiring the many exhibits at the Schweinfurth Art Center. The museum features beautiful art from all over the world, including local and national works. The art center offers classes in poetry, music, dance, and other creative activities for those who want to get more involved.
The Emerson Park is located on the Owasco Lake’s north shore. It offers all the entertainment you need for a day outside. The sprawling green lawns provide ample space for picnics, playing disc golf or frisbee, as well as areas for swimming and tanning on the beach.
The Seward House is situated south of Auburn’s center, on the west side South Street facing Grover Street. The house’s core component is a two-story brick structure with a gabled roofing. William Seward added many additions to this house, starting with a tower and wing on the west end in 1847
Official Path Through History Site Step back in time to the turn century and see life on the family farm. The Agricultural & Country Living Museum displays farm implements as well as antiques that have influenced American life.