Visit This Fascinating Seneca Site In New York For An Adventure Into The Past

Ganondagan State Historic Site is a Native American historic site located in the Town of Victor (not to be confused with the Village of Victor). The site actually consists of two areas – the most well-known, Boughton Hill, is approximately 245 acres and serves as the final resting place for many Native Americans from the Seneca tribe. There is also a smaller portion of the park that marks the location of the Jesuit Mission of St. James, a French missionary group that worked with the tribe.

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The historical site almost always has activities going on – you can check out their Facebook for a calendar of events.

Address: Boughton Hill, Victor, NY 14564, USA