- Oneida Culture
- The Creation Story
- The Great Law of Peace – Formation of Haudenosaunee Government
- Kanehelatóksla – Oneida Thanksgiving Address
- Haudenosaunee Clans and Interactive Longhouse
- Historic Village Diorama
- Corn Husk Man – Conservation of Corn Husk Man
- Early Trade, Animal Use and Brain Tanning
- One Handful of Earth – A Jennifer Stevens Pottery Exhibit
- Revolutionary War and the Impact on Oneida
- Inspired Parallels – The Great Law and the U.S Constitutionution
- Oneidas In The War – Revolutionary War and World War I
- Removal and Resettlement
- International Raised Beadwork
- Extravagant Strings – The Story of the Oneida Lace Makers
- Woodworking and Contemporary Arts
- Encryption – Oneida Code Talkers
Our guided tours include an oral presentation of all exhibits and displays by cultural education staff and generally last 45 – 60 minutes. Tours can be altered to accommodate audience special needs or age groups upon request. Please discuss such requests with the cultural education staff when scheduling your visit. To facilitate questions and to ensure your comfort and enjoyment it is our policy to divide groups of 30 or more. For groups not immediately touring the museum, we offer a selection of interactive activities. These vary seasonally and with the availability of materials. Our current options will be discussed with you prior to your visit.
Cost for guided tours may vary:
Hands-On Activities may be added to Tour and Offsite Presentations at an additional cost.
Picnic tables located on museum grounds
If you are interested in booking a tour, please download, fill out, and submit a Tour Request Form to the Museum Educator.
We also offer the option of offsite presentations. If your school or group cannot come to us, we can come to you! We have a traveling hands-on kit and can tailor our presentation to suit your group’s needs. Please fill out the separate Offsite Presentation for any desired offsite presentation.