The Cortland County Convention & Visitors Bureau is excited to welcome you to the Cortland County Visitor Center! Located in the heart of downtown Cortland at 42 Main Street, the Center provides enough information to fuel an epic adventure. The visitors center is available to assist visitors, as well as inquiries via phone and email.
Along with local brochures, the Visitor Center staff also provide other services to visitors and the community at large. These include, but are not limited to:
- Information about sightseeing and hiking
- Indoor and outdoor recreational and cultural activities
- Signature festivals and events
- Customized itinerary planning assistance
- Driving distances and transportation avenues
- Information about other visitor services in the state of New York, by way of brochures and pamphlets
There is free, 3-hour parking available on Main Street, Cortland, as well as designated parking areas around the city.
The Cortland County Official Visitors Center
Open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please call (607) 753-8463 to confirm Visitors Center hours. If the Center is closed, Visitors Guides are available next door at 40 Main Street.
Closed New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Juneteeth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday (the day after Thanksgiving), Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Please check the website or social media for up-to-date hours.
If you are a resident of Cortland County and are interested in volunteering at the Visitor Center, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by our center at 42 Main Street in downtown Cortland. Volunteering at the Visitor Center is a great way to meet people from all over the world and pass along your love of Cortland County and the area.
ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: MOLLY REAGAN
Whether translating a mundane scene to simple line work or an emotion to shapes and movement of color, Molly Reagan's work aims to elicit joy. Read more about the Cortland County artist that bought color to the walls of the Visitors Center.