Downtown »
The Onondaga Historical Museum is open to the public, and houses the Richard and Carolyn Wright Research Center.

Ska-nonh – Great Law of Peace Center »
The Skä•noñh – Great Law of Peace Center is a Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Heritage Center focused on telling the story of the native peoples of central New York.

Find OHA in the Community »
You can interact with OHA in the community, from the Onondaga Creekwalk to the Onondaga County War Memorial, and more!

sepia photo of celebration in Clinton Square

OHA is represented throughout the community in many ways. Our downtown Syracuse facility, at 321 Montgomery Street, includes OHA’s administrative offices, the Onondaga Historical Museum, the Richard and Carolyn Wright Research Center, and our flagship Gift Gallery museum store. Our Liverpool facilities, located in Onondaga Lake Park, include the Skä•noñh – Great Law of Peace Center, the St. Marie Among the Iroquois Mission Site Museum, and Skä•noñh Center Gift Gallery museum store.

The Westcott neighborhood near Syracuse University is home to the historic Gustav Stickley House. Currently under restoration, this site is not yet open to the public. Please follow the restoration process on the project’s Facebook page.

And, you can find us in the community. Our exhibits are all over downtown Syracuse and across Onondaga County. From the War Memorial to the Onondaga County Library system, and many other locations in between, we bring history to you every day.