Seneca & Iroquois National Museum

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82. West Hetzel Street
Salamanca, NY 14779
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Seneca & Iroquois National Museum

The Seneca Nation of Indians called its lands home long before they were called Western New York. Seneca history is as rich, deep and colorful as any in this area, and the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum shares it in a way you’ll never forget. The Seneca-Iroquois National Museum is now housed in the NEW Onohsagwende Cultural Center! The NEW cultural center also features a 400 seat amphitheater, art markets and art shows as well as specialized tours and workshops! This building in Salamanca, NY, is alive with the culture, architecture, art, folktales, politics, struggles and triumphs that continue to define Seneca life. It’s a history lesson and an experience that the whole family will love!

Visit the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum located at the Onohsagwende Cultural Center today, and experience a culture that was thriving long before history was put into words.”

 

The admission prices are as follows:

  • Adults $9.00
  • Children-$5.00
  • Seniors-$4.00
  • College Students- $4.00
  • Veterans- $4.00