Enjoy miles of trails through woods and fields along gorges and streams, surrounded by natural habitats on our 120 acres. Learn about the ecology and history of the plants and animals that make the Cayuga basin their home in the exhibits inside our historic Lodge.Climb TreeTops, our six-story tree house and get a bird’s-eye view of the forest canopy -- open seasonally.
Meet our live Animal Ambassadors and find out about their places in the ecosystem.
Explore our recently reopened Lodge!
See what lived in Finger Lakes over 300 years ago in our “Cayuga Lake: Past and Present” pair of 650-gallon aquaria.
Explore the complexity of our environment and the effects of climate change on the fauna and flora of Upstate New York.
Discover more at CayugaNatureCenter.org
Summer (Memorial Day - Labor Day): Daily 10am - 5pm
Winter (Labor Day - Memorial Day): Thu - Mon 10am - 5pm (closed Tues. & Wed.)
Just 15 minutes from downtown Ithaca on Route 89, three miles south of Taughannock Falls.
For the safety of our visitors and Animal Ambassadors, no pets are allowed.
A proud member of the Ithaca Discovery Trail.