$10 per person
Members, participating artists, and
children 12 and under are free.

We have partnered with the
Cayuga Museum of History & Art next door
to offer a $15 joint admission ticket that offers $5 savings. Make a day of it and visit both places!

Pick an admission level

Rates are subject to change for special exhibits.


Gallery hours

10am to 5pm Wednesdays through Saturdays
1pm to 5pm Sundays

Clay Studio hours

10am to 4pm Wednesdays through Saturday

1pm to 4pm Sundays

The Art Center is closed during exhibit installations, New Year's Day,
Martin Luther King Day, Easter, President's Day, Memorial Day,
Juneteenth, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving,
Christmas Eve Day, and Christmas. The Art Center closes at 2 pm
the day before Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve.

We are happy to make accommodations for visitors with special needs! Please call us at 315.255.1553 to make arrangements.



The art center welcomes school groups and other group visitors, and we are happy to arrange a tour for you. Call us for details and reservations.


Gift Shop

The Schweinfurth gift shop offers unique items you won’t find anywhere else, including lovely scarves, eye-catching jewelry, and bright bags.


Other Attactions

There’s plenty to do in and around Auburn, so make a day or weekend of your visit!

Learn More


The Schweinfurth Art Center is located at 205 Genesee Street in Auburn, New York. The closest airport and train stations are in Syracuse, New York, about a 40-minute drive from Auburn. Ithaca is approximately 40 minutes away by car.

You can get detailed directions to the Art Center from any address through Google Maps.

Parking is available on the street in front of the art center and in the parking lot behind the building. The public entrance is on Genesee Street.

Need more information? Please call us at 315.255.1553 during business hours, or email us at

COVID-19 Protocols

Visiting During COVID-19

The Schweinfurth Art Center is adhering to cleaning and safety protocols outlined by New York State and the Centers for Disease Control to make the art center a safe place to visit. Click here to download our COVID-19 Safety Plan.


To ensure everyone’s safety, please do not visit us if:


Once you arrive, help us keep you safe when viewing exhibits by following our protocols:

  • Masks are recommended but not required
  • It’s always a good idea to wash and sanitize your hands frequently
  • The Art Center reserves the right to change our policy as circumstances warrant