The Seneca Art & Culture Center at the Ganondagan State Historic Site is a one of a kind museum which displays the rich cultural heritage of the Seneca and Haudenosaunee or Iroquois Native American peoples. Not only does the museum capture the past, but it displays the present contributions to art, culture and society by native persons.
"Our goal is to tell the world that we are not a people in the past tense. We live today. We have adapted to the modern world, but we still maintain our language, ceremonies, land base, government, lineages and culture. When you’re a native person, your story is often told by other people. Here, we tell our own story.”
- G. Peter Jemison (Heron Clan, Seneca) Historic Site Manager, Ganondagan State Historic Site