Inns Of Aurora
Inns of Aurora
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Inns of Aurora


The Inns of Aurora are a group of beautiful buildings constructed between 1833 and 1909 that are situated in the Aurora Village. E.B. Morgan built the Aurora Hotel to serve as a stop on the Wells Fargo Stagecoach Express. Morgan, a native of Aurora, was one of the New York Times’ founding fathers. Together with Rowland House, Zabriskie House, Wallcourt Hall, and the original Aurora Inn, his house, a great Italianate estate built in 1858, is a member of the Inns of Aurora. These five unique buildings, all of which have been restored to their former splendor, work together to offer a luxury resort experience unlike any other.

Venue Location + Transportation


391 Main Street,
Aurora, New York 13026