Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine  

Advancing the health and well-being of animals and people


Visitor's Guide

Start planning your visit to the College, Cornell campus, Ithaca, and the beautiful surrounding countryside. We've provided information to help you get here and find a place to stay, as well as information about sites to see and places to dine to make the most of your trip.

Planning Your Visit
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About Ithaca
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Getting Here
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About Cornell
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During Your Stay
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Driving Directions
The Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine is at the intersection of Route 366 and Tower Road in Ithaca, New York, 14853. For an interactive university map, click here.

From the north: take Route 34 South to Route 13 South to Ithaca; turn onto Buffalo Street; turn right onto Albany Street, turn left onto Green Street; turn left onto Route 366; at the Y intersection, bear right; turn left on to Tower Road across from Cornell Orchards.

From the northeast: take Route 13 South towards Ithaca; turn left onto Route 366 (by NYSEG); turn right onto Tower Road across from Cornell Orchards.

From the south: take Route 13 North to Ithaca; turn right onto Green Street; turn left onto Route 366; at the Y intersection, bear right; turn left on to Tower Road across from Cornell Orchards.

From the east: take Route 79 West to Ithaca, turn right onto Pine Tree Road; continue until 4-way stop sign; turn right onto Route 366; turn left on to Tower Road across from Cornell Orchards.

From the west: take Route 79 East, Route 96 South, or Route 89 South to Ithaca; after you cross the inlet bridge, turn right onto Fulton (one-way street); at the Route 13/Meadow Street intersection, continue straight across onto Clinton Street; turn left onto Albany Street; turn right onto Green Street; Green Street turns into State Street and continues to be Route 79 East; continue up State Street; bear left onto Mitchell Street; bear left onto Ithaca Street; turn right onto Route 366; turn left onto Tower Road across from Cornell Orchards.