The Iroquois Indian Museum includes exhibits, festivals, interactive spaces and a 45-acre Nature Park. Celebrate the cultural diversity, rich history, archaeology and artistic expression of the Iroquois. There are guided and self-guided tours, a Children's area providing fun and kid-friendly learning. The museum welcomes teachers and groups.
The Museum is shaped as the traditional Iroquois elm bark longhouses as were found in this area 400 years ago. In the Nature Park there are two 19th century log homes moved from Six Nations Reserve, Ontario, and rebuilt.