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Ganondagan State Historic Site

Once the site of a large 17th-century Seneca town now is a vibrant visitors’ destination. Explore the replica of a bark longhouse and hunting lodge, and enjoy self-guided tours through scenic trails on 600+ acres. Check out the summer Dance & Music Festival and dynamic programming reflecting a living culture.

Come meet Belinda Patterson from the Tuscarora Nation and watch her making cornbread in the traditional method over a fire, with samples for visitors. Free with admission to the Seneca Art & Culture


October 13, 2017

Friday the 13th is no match for Ganondagan’s storytellers, who will weave not-too-scary stories for families with kids eight and older. The event is free, and cider and doughnuts will be available for


Recurring weekly on Friday, Saturday until October 21, 2017

Our goal is to promote the appreciation of, and to facilitate better understanding of woodland Indian art and material culture, both in a historic context as well as a modern cultural tradition.