A place like no other in Upstate New York.

The Tompkins Center for History & Culture has two main exhibition spaces on the first floor which are free and open to the public. The Exhibit Hall and museum is run by The History Center in Tompkins County with regularly changing exhibits on local history. The CAP ArtSpace is a public gallery with monthly exhibits coordinated by the Community Arts Partnership. Please visit each organization’s websites to learn about their current exhibits.

The History Center in Tompkins County Exhibit Hall (First Floor)

Explore www.thehistorycenter.net/exhibits for information about current and upcoming exhibits. The Exhibit Hall changes smaller exhibits each month, with larger museum wide changes twice a year.

Open Wednesday-Saturday 10am-6pm – Plan your visit in advance at thehistorycenter.net/schedule.

CAP ArtSpace (First Floor)

Explore www.artspartner.org/content/view/artspace for information about current exhibits on display in the ArtSpace. Exhibits change monthly.

Open Monday -Saturday 10am-5pm, and from 10am-8pm the First Friday of each month for Gallery Night. 

This website made possible by a grant from the Tompkins County Tourism Program. ©Copyright 2019-2022 Tompkins Center for History & Culture. All Rights Reserved.