Love the all the exhibits, They have a huge collection off-site so they change up their exhibits every year. It is a very small museum but they have good use of space. They also have some awesome trails it is a short walk or long walk they have two exits. I recommend the walking trails. They also do some awesome classes but they fill up fast so keep an eye on their Facebook page.
Even though the museum was closed because of Covid 19, the museum director met us at the door (we all social distanced) which allowed me to explain that I had two foreign exchange students with me that had many questions about the Onieda Tribe. While we hiked the trail on the grounds, she prepared a goody bag for them with Great information and some fun stuff. Thanks for being so great.
The Oneida Nation Museum was amazing. We had a tour with our homeschool co-op. The story telling was amazing. The videos were great. The exhibits are outstanding. I highly recommend going to the museum. The fee is very low. I think it was a couple of dollars. Since we were on a field trip, we also paid a small free to learn about and make corn husk dolls.
Showed up during posted hours and place was all locked up. Nature walk was beautiful though and the kids loved all the signs and animal information. I would say call first before driving (2 hours in our case) to see it.
The tour we had wasn't long enough to appreciate all of the beautiful pieces in the museum. They've done a lovely job of showcasing their rich history and vibrant culture.
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