The Skä-noñh—Great Law of Peace is a new Native American museum that lets visitors experience the culture of the Haudenosaunee people. Exhibits portray the Skä-noñh creation story and their contributions to the U.S. Constitution and women’s suffrage.
Explore a variety of the Center’s exhibits available via virtual tours on the museum’s website. These virtual tours are snippets of a short film featuring storytelling Haudenosaunee individuals and exploration through the first and second floor permanent exhibitions of the museum. Some of the featured exhibits include The Great Law of Peace, the Haudenosaunee Continuance and Contribution, and more.
Take Amtrak to Skä•noñh – Great Law of Peace Center
Get picked up from Syracuse Station and taken to your reserved NY TRAIN Enterprise Rent-a-Car! Click here to reserve your car or call the Syracuse office today at: 315-423-0002.