Experience cultural and contemporary heritage of the Seneca and the other five nations that make up the Iroquois Confederacy. The new Seneca-Iroquois Cultural Center is 33,000 square feet and has hundreds of items on display, all updated regularly. It was designed to guide and immerse visitors throughout and inspired by Native lore. The center also includes an amphitheater that can accommodate 400 people. Outside there is the first Seneca Longhouse raised in Allegany since 1820. Path Through History attraction.