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 a 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.