Location & Hours of Operation

Seneca Art & Culture Center at Ganondagan
7000 County Road 41 (Boughton Hill Road) Victor, NY 14564

Hours of Operation:
Wednesday through Saturday, 9 am – 4 pm

Bark Longhouse - Open May 1 - October 31
Wednesday through Saturday, 9 am – 4 pm

Hiking Trails
Open year-round, 8 a.m. to sunset, weather permitting

Closed Sunday- Tuesday and the following holidays:
Independence Day, (July 4), Veteran's Day (November 11), Thanksgiving Day (November 28), Christmas Day (December 25), New Year's Day (January 1)



Admission includes self-guided tour and the Iroquois Creation Story film

May 1 - October 31
Adults - $8
Seniors – $4
Students (12 yrs. – College) - $4
Children (5 – 11 yrs.) - $2
Children (birth – 4yrs.) – Free

November 1 - April 30
Adults - $6
Seniors – $3
Students (12 yrs. – College) - $3
Children (5 – 11 yrs.) - $1
Children (birth – 4yrs.) – Free


Group Visits & Rentals

If you are interested in bringing a group of 10 or more, or would like to set-up a guided tour for your group, please visit our Group Visit & Guided Tour page for details.

For Group Visits, please contact Kerri Ingham
Phone: (585) 924-5848

For Rental information:
Evon Cesar

Phone: (585) 398-6178

Available rentals include multipurpose auditorium, classrooms, Seneca Bark Longhouse and onsite photography

Ganondagan State Historic Site

From Rochester, take I-490 to the Victor exit, then Route 96 to Victor. At the third traffic light in the center of Victor, turn right onto Maple Avenue, which becomes State Route 444. At the top of the hill (stop sign, caution light), turn right onto Boughton Hill Road. The entrance to visitor parking is the third driveway on the right. 

From the Thruway, take exit 44, then Route 332 south to the third traffic light. Turn right on County Road 41, which becomes Boughton Hill Road. At the top of the hill (stop sign and flashing red light), cross the intersection. The Seneca Art & Culture Center is just down the hill on your right.

During the festival in July please follow the signs for Native American festival parking and free shuttle.

Friends of Ganondagan

Friends of Ganondagan is the not for profit corporation that is dedicated to supporting Ganondagan State Historic Site. 

For events, membership, giving, volunteering and the Iroquois White Corn Project contact Friends of Ganondagan at:


Mailing address:
Friends of Ganondagan
PO Box 113, Victor, NY 14564