Come and visit the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum. You'll be pleasantly surprised with what we have to offer you on historic events that shape our present. Learn how Iroquois traditional and contemporary art reflects the heritage from ancient times to today. Permanent exhibits show a partially reconstructed longhouse, a rebuilt log cabin, and a historical perspective of the Allegany territory prior to the Kinzua Dam being built in 1965.
Hours: Thursday-Monday (summer hours) Week-end hours end October 14. Winter hours Monday-Friday, 9-5, starts October 15.
Please call for admission fees or visit the Seneca-Iroquois Museum online.
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