Ganondagan Visitor Guidelines:

  1. All visitors over the age of two are required to wear face masks covering their nose and mouth at all times in the Seneca Art & Culture Center and the Seneca Bark Longhouse

  2. Social distancing tape has been installed in designated areas

  3. Hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the Seneca Art & Culture Center

  4. A plexiglass shield has been installed at the admission desk

  5. The Children’s Room is temporarily closed

Exhibit Gallery

  1. Hand sanitizers stations at the gallery entrance and exit 

  2. Gallery movement has been converted to a one-way movement experience

  3. Gallery admission is limited to 10 people at a time (larger family groups will be at staff discretion)

  4. Ganondagan Cultural Interpreters wearing social distancing monitors, will be available for questions

  5. As a safety precaution, some hard to clean, interactive exhibits have been modified or temporarily closed off

Seneca Bark Longhouse

  1.  Visitors will meet a Ganondagan cultural interpreters in one of two 10 x 10 tents outside the west entrance to the Bark Longhouse

  2. Guests will visit the Bark Longhouse exhibit in a one-way movement experience

  3. Plexiglass shields will hang in front of exhibit areas, protecting cultural objects

  4. Ganondagan Cultural Interpreters will be available for questions in outside tent areas