Skä•noñh 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. The history is told through the lens of the Onondaga Nation and covers topics such as Creation, European Contact, The Great Law of Peace, and more. The Onondagas, or People of the Hills, are the keepers of the Central Fire and are the spiritual and political center of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy.

Adults – $5
Seniors(Age 62+) – $4
College  (with I.D.) – $4
Children (Age 10-17) – $4
Children Nine & Under – Free

Interested in a tour of this facility? Learn more here.

Permanent Exhibits on Display

Welcome to the Great Law of Peace Center

Thanksgiving Address

The Creation Story

The Peacemaker’s Journey and the Great Law of Peace

Continuance and Contribution

Saint marie de Gannentaha Mission Site Museum

Temporary Exhibits on Display

Native Artists (Now through the end of February)


Wednesday through Friday: 10am – 4pm
Saturday & Sunday: 11am – 4pm
Tours: By appointment

Directions & Maps


Free parking is located at the Center.