Several museums and other places in New York State feature exhibits and programming about the Haudenosaunee.
National Museum of the American Indian
George Gustav Heye Center
New York, New York
This Manhattan museum features changing exhibits about cultures throughout the Western Hemisphere and has an entire room about the Haudenosaunee.
The New York State Museum
222 Madison Ave
Albany, New York
Exhibits picturing native life in the state over the last 12,000 years include dioramas of an Iroquois corn field and the interior of a longhouse. Contemporary beadwork is featured, extensive web site with historic pictures
Six Nations Indian Museum
Onchiota, New York (in the Adirondacks)
Founded by Ray Fadden and run by his son and grandsons, this museum was the first to teach about the Iroquois. Open only during the summer.
Iroquois Indian Museum
Howes Cave, New York
An educational institution dedicated to fostering understanding of Iroquois culture using Iroquois art as a window to that culture. As an anthropological institution, it is informed by research on archaeology, history, and the common creative spirit of modern artists and craftspeople. Extensive web site, exhibits, gift shop, public events.
Skä•noñh–Great Law of Peace Center
Liverpool, New York
As of January 1st 2013, the Onondaga Historical Association (OHA) took over management of the Onondaga County facility known as “Sainte Marie among the Iroquois” located on the eastern shore of Onondaga Lake. OHA is currently in the process re-purposing this facility into a Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Heritage Center named the Skä•noñh–Great Law of Peace Center. Skä•noñh, is an Onondaga welcoming greeting meaning Peace and Wellness.
Kanatsiohareke Mohawk Community
Near Fonda, New York
in the Mohawk Valley
Mohawk land where in 1993 Mohawks returned to the home of their ancestors where they hold classes and festivals, no museum
Shako:wi Cultural Center
Oneida, New York
Small museum located on the original 32 acre Oneida land base
Ganondagan State Historic Site
Victor, New York
Ganondagan is the site of a Seneca village destroyed in 1687 which was designated a State Historic site in 1987 where nature trails, a recreated longhouse, gift shop, and interpretive center explain life over 300 years ago, public programs including large July festival, extensive web site, newsletters
Rochester Museum and Science Center
657 East Ave
Rochester, New York
Features the Keepers of the Western Door exhibit that includes the largest display of Iroquois artifacts in the state, web site contains pictures of objects collected by Morgan before 1850
Letchworth State Park
Castile, New York
"Grand Canyon of the East" park that includes home of Mary Jemison, "white woman of the Genesee," museum with information about her and the Senecas with whom she lived, historic structures, hiking trails
Seneca-Iroquois National Museum
Salamanca, New York
Seneca nation designed and operated by the Seneca Nation of Indians, exhibits on clans, history, and material culture of the Seneca, craft classes, nation supported annual festival Site of 2010 Iroquois Beadwork Conference in September.
Fenimore Art Museum
5798 State Hwy 80
Cooperstown, New York
Extensive collection of American Indian art, including some Iroquois material on exhibit and in open storage.