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Directions

We are located in Aurora, New York. Our street address is 3260 State Route 90, Aurora, NY 13026. Directions from several points are detailed below. Driving times will vary with weather conditions. For more information, please call 1-888-665-1999.

Estimated driving times from:
  • Auburn: 30 minutes
  • Skaneateles: 40 minutes
  • Ithaca: 45 minutes
  • Syracuse: 75 minutes
  • Rochester: 75 - 90 minutes
  • Buffalo: 2.5 hours
  • Toronto: 4 hours
  • Philadelphia: 5 hours
  • New York City: 5 - 5.5 hours
  • Baltimore: 6 hours
  • Boston: 6 hours

Directions from Auburn, NY
When traveling from Auburn, allow 30 minutes travel time. Take Routes 5 & 20 West and turn left onto Rt. 326. Stay on Rt. 326 for approximately 7 miles to the end. Turn left onto State Rt. 90. MacKenzie-Childs will be on your left in approximately 6 miles. There will be a sign at the entrance driveway.

Directions from Ithaca, NY
When traveling from Ithaca, allow 40 minutes travel time. Take Rt. 34 North to the ‘T’ in the road (Rogue’s Harbor Inn will be on the corner). Turn left onto State Rt. 34B. Stay on Rt. 34B for approximately 13 miles. You will come to an intersection in the hamlet of King Ferry. Turn left onto State Rt. 90 at the stop sign. You will travel 10 miles and pass through the village of Aurora. MacKenzie-Childs is located 1 mile past the village of Aurora on the right-hand side of the road. There will be a sign at the entrance driveway.

Directions from Syracuse, NY (from the east and north)
When traveling from Syracuse, allow approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes for travel. Take the New York State Thruway (Interstate 90) West to Exit 40 (Weedsport). After the tollbooth, turn right onto State Rt. 34 South and follow for approximately 7 miles to the City of Auburn. Turn right onto State Routes 5 & 20. Stay on Rts. 5 & 20 for approximately 1 mile and turn left onto Rt. 326. Stay on Rt. 326 for approximately 7 miles to the end. Turn left onto State Rt. 90. MacKenzie-Childs will be on your left in approximately 6 miles. There will be a sign at the entrance driveway.

Directions from Rochester, NY (from the west)
When traveling from Rochester, allow approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes to 1 and 1/2 hours travel time. Take the New York State Thruway, which is Interstate 90 East, to exit 41 (Waterloo). From the tollbooth, turn right onto Rt. 414, go to the traffic light, and turn left onto Rt. 318 East. Stay on Rt. 318 for about 4 miles to the end of the road. Turn left onto Routes 5 & 20. Follow for 2 miles to the traffic light. Turn right at the light onto State Rt. 90. Stay on State Rt. 90 for approximately 14 miles. MacKenzie-Childs will be on your left. There will be a sign at the entrance driveway.

Directions from New York, NY (from the south)
When traveling from New York City, allow approximately 5 to 5 1/2 hours for travel. Take Interstate 80 West through the Poconos. Follow signs for Interstate 380 North. Remain on I-380 North until you get to Scranton, PA. Follow signs for Interstate 81 North. Get off of Interstate 81 in Homer, NY (exit #12). After exiting I-81, you will stay on the connector until you come to a stop light at Rt. 281. Turn right at the light. Go to the next stoplight and turn left onto State Rt. 90. (There will be a gas station on the corner). Continue along Rt. 90 for approximately 45 minutes, you will go through the small villages of Locke, Genoa, King Ferry, and Aurora. MacKenzie-Childs is located 1 mile past the village of Aurora on the right-hand side of the road. There will be a sign at the entrance driveway.

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