Odds & Ends
Main St., Aurora, NY
May-Oct. Mon.-Fri. 10 am-4 pm, Sat.& Sun.11 am-4 pm, Nov-Apr.
Call for hours 315.364.8627
 
Located behind Jane Morgan’s Little House, in a renovated garden shed, this shop is bursting at the seams with an ever-changing selection of fabrics, trims, finishes, vintage furniture, and discontinued MacKenzie-Childs products.

Howland Stone Store Museum
Corner of Rte.34B & Sherwood Rd., Aurora, NY 
Open June-Sept. Thurs. & Sat. 1 pm-4 pm 
This 19th century cobblestone building is home to a permanent collection of antiques, anti-slavery documents, and women’s rights posters.  It has also been included in the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom.  

Vintage Lighting
371 Main St., Aurora, NY 
Open Tues.-Fri. 10 am-5 pm, Sat & Sun 1pm-4:30 pm 
315.364.8182. 

A local shop specializing in the purchase, repair, and sale of antique lighting from the 19th and 20th centuries.  Step back in time with beautifully designed lighting perfect for any home.

Aurora Free Library
370 Main St., Aurora, NY
Open Mon, Wed, & Fri. 3 pm-8 pm Sat. 10 am-3 pm 
315.364.8074.  
 
Located in a historic building built in 1899, the Aurora Free Library offers wireless internet, fax and copier services, and books on loan to the community. A perfect resource for information on the origin and history of the Village of Aurora.

Morgan Opera House
370 Main St., Aurora, NY 
315.364.5437 
Found on the second story of the Aurora Free Library, this recently renovated theater offers plays, concerts, historical programs and more.  Visit www.morganoperahouse.org for a schedule of events.

Cleaveland’s Antiques
Corner of Rte. 34B & Sherwood Rd., Aurora, NY 
Open Thurs.-Sat. 1pm - 5pm, or by appointment 
315.364.7266.
 
A virtual  treasure chest of antiques, Cleaveland’s is practically overflowing with unique finds.  Its general line includes linens, jewelry, silver, and much more.

Bet The Farm
381 Main St., Aurora, NY
May-Oct. Mon.-Sat. 10 am-7 pm, Sun. 12 pm-6 pm, Nov.-Apr.
Call for hours  315.294.5643
   “It’s a sure thing” at Bet the Farm.
With their passionate staff, delicious regional foods, and Finger Lakes wines you are sure to leave happy.  Also featuring daily wine tastings.

Alexander Millen
347 Main St., Aurora, NY 
Tues.-Sat. 12 pm-6 pm, or by appointment 
315.364.8005 
“An eclectic collection of art, antiques, and accessories carefully chosen with a keen eye on design and detail for the home and garden.”

Jane Morgan’s Little House
378 Main St., Aurora, NY
Open Mon. - Sat. 10 am-6 pm, Sun. 11 am-3:00 pm 
315.364.7715
   
Where “your favorite outfit is  waiting.”  Jane Morgan’s has been offering exceptional women’s clothing since 1962.  Designs by Vera Bradley, Ursula, and David Brooks (just to name a few).  Come find your perfect outfit.

Home Again
1671 St. Rt. 90., Aurora, NY 
Open Tuesday - Sunday 11 am-6 pm 
315.364.8615 
Home Again is a unique shop featuring the new and exciting designs of Victoria & Richard MacKenzie-Childs. The market-café is a lovely location where you can relax and enjoy delicious homemade beverages and cuisine.

Wells College & Golf Course
170 Main St, Aurora, NY 
Golf Course: 315.364.8024

Nestled on 300 acres of land overlooking Cayuga Lake, Wells College was one of  the country’s first women’s colleges.  It is a nationally recognized private co-ed liberal arts college, with a long history of academic excellence.  For more information visit www.wells.edu.

The Golf Course is situated on top of the Wells campus.  This scenic 9-hole course partially designed by Robert Trent Jones, overlooks the lake and offers an excellent way to  enjoy the outdoors.  Club and cart rental available.

Long Point Winery
1484 Lake Rd , Aurora, NY
April-Oct. Mon-Thurs 10 am-5:30 pm, Fri.& Sat. 10 am-6 pm, Sun. 11 am-5:30 pm  
315.364.6990
 
A recent addition to the Cayuga wine trail, Long Point Winery specializes in dry red wines with a beautiful lake view from the tasting room.

King Ferry Winery
658 Lake Road, King Ferry
Open Feb.-Dec. Mon.-Sat. 10 am-5 pm, Sun. 12 pm-5 pm 
315.364.5100
This small farm winery set in the heart of the Finger Lakes is known for its Treleaven wines, produced using time honored European techniques.

Village Market
385 Main St, Aurora, NY 
315.364.8803
 
If you are looking for delicious food while on the go, the Village Market is just the place.  It offers fresh baked goods, fresh cut meats, ready-to-eat meals, local gourmet products and grocery items.