Tourism board launches new website

The City of Auburn Tourism Board has launched a new website, exploreauburn.com, to promote the great things for locals and visitors alike to do in Auburn.

The website features information about hotel accommodations, shopping, dining and other fun things to do in Auburn. Explore Auburn is intended to be a one-stop shop for planning an adventure within city limits.

One of Explore Auburn’s draws is its ability to be a cohesive resource – providing addresses, phone numbers and other information needed to plan trips and to make impromptu choices while out on the town.

Not only does the website provide information about what to do in Auburn, but also lets people know what’s going on in Auburn – it provides information about everything from arts events downtown, concerts at White River Amphitheater and fun events for children at the White River Valley museum.

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