Cazenovia, New York 13035
- Phone 1:
- Historical Site,
Hours + Fees
Visitor Center and Museum are also open during these hours.
Grounds are open year-round from dawn to dusk, including the formal garden and the Dark Aisle arboretum.
Scheduling is available for conducting research in the archives and reserving the Rippleton Schoolhouse for academic programs.
For more information please call (315) 655-3200.
Historic sites charge a vehicle use fee and/or admittance fee at various times and locations throughout the year. A list of fees is available below. For program fees or to verify information, please contact the site directly.
Children 12 and under Free
Group tours (12+ people) $4 per person with pre registration
School Tours - Please call ahead for options.
Situated on one of Central New York's earliest settled communities and majestically overlooking Cazenovia Lake, Lorenzo State Historic Site offers an opportunity to discover the imprint of five generations of the Lincklaen/Ledyard family.
Established in 1807 as the neoclassical home of John Lincklaen, Holland Land Company agent and founder of Cazenovia, Lorenzo was continually occupied by the family until the property was conveyed to New York State in 1968.
Lorenzo is the jewel of Cazenovia, a village renowned today for its quaint and picturesque landscapes, quiet inns, fine restaurants, cultural attractions and unique shops.
Did You Know?
There have been at least 7 reconstructions of Lorenzo's front porch over the last 202 years.
The Friends of Lorenzo