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Ganondagan State Historic Site

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1488 Victor-Bloomfield Road
Victor, New York 14564

Phone 1:
Historical Site,
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Discover the vibrant history and culture of the Seneca. Highlights include a full size replica of a long house, trails, guided tours and special events througout the year.

Hours + Fees

Visitor Center Hours:
May 1 - September 30, 9 am - 5 pm, Tuesday - Sunday
October 1 - October 31, 9 am - 5 pm, tuesday - Saturday

Trails open year round from dawn to dusk with an interpretive fee.
Bark Longhouse: October 1-31, 10 am - 4:30 pm, Tuesday - Saturday.
Groups by reservation two weeks in advance.

Price Details:
Fees and Rates
Historic sites charge a vehicle use fee and/or admittance fee at various times and locations throughout the year. A list of fees is available below. For program fees or to verify information, please contact the site directly.
Bark Longhouse:
Adults: $3 / Children: $2
Peddling Fee:


Additional Details:
Ganondagan State Historic Site Home: Historic Sites: Ganondagan State Historic Site
Ganondagan State Historic Site is the location of a major 17th-century Seneca town and palisaded granary. Three hundred years ago, near Ganondagan, the French led an army from Canada against the Seneca to annihilate them and eliminate them as competitors in the international fur trade. The Seneca refer to Ganondagan as the Town of Peace and revere and protect the burial site of the Mother of Nations here.
Illustrated signs mark the three trails where visitors can learn about the significance of plant life to the Seneca, about Iroquois customs and beliefs, and about the features of Fort Hill (the granary) and the events that occurred there. A traditional Seneca longhouse has been completed and open to the public. Please call the site for details.

** Picture from: Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, New York.

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