Otsego: A Meeting Place
Young and old can explore the lives and culture of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) people through their art, stories, and objects at our outdoor exhibition Otsego: A Meeting Place, located on the shore of beautiful Otsego Lake. The site includes a 19th century Seneca Log House from the Tonawanda Reservation and reproduction 17th century Mohawk Bark House. You can even go inside the Museum to explore the Thaw Collection of American Indian Art.
Entry into Otsego: A Meeting Place is free with paid museum admission.