Trumansburg is a village the Finger Lakes region of central New York, between Cayuga and Seneca Lakes. It offers a distinctive mix of an old rural village and modern funkiness

Get in

Most people arrive by car. NY Route 96 is Main St, passing through Trumansburg on its way from Ithaca to Waterloo and Geneva. T'burg is about 10 minutes from Ithaca.

TCAT (Tompkins County Area Transit) bus route 21 runs down Main St to Ithaca and the Cornell campus with good service in the morning and evening, sparse other times. During the summer, there is seasonal service between Ithaca and Taughannock Falls. Ithaca taxis will take calls from Trumansburg. Right Limousine provides stretch limos for events, wine tours, and airport transfers.

It is possible to bicycle among Ithaca, Trumansburg, and Taughannock Falls, although the ride from the falls up to the village has some steep hills. TCAT buses all have bike racks, so one can ride one way (such as downhill from T'burg to Ithaca) and take the bus the other.

Get around

The village is only a mile across, and the downtown is only a few blocks long, so most places are walkable. There are two small municipal parking lots, but street parking is always available except during special events.







Trumansburg no longer has any hotels or motels but instead has many B&Bs, all of which tend toward neo-Victorian (or in a few cases actual Victorian) flowery comfort.

In the village, walking distance from the restaurants and bars, are:

Nearby, within short driving distance are:


Go next

Routes through Trumansburg

Rochester Victor ← Jct W E  N  S  Ithaca Owego

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