Ganondagan Historic Site
Ganondagan historic site is a great place to visit for the history buffs, the site is the place where once a Native American village flourished in the 17th century, also known as the Seneca village. Ganondagan state historic site is a U.S. national historic landmark and is located in Victor, Ontario County, New York. The Boughton Hill portion of the historic site consists of a longhouse and lush green landscape. The longhouse has been reconstructed to give a glimpse of the life of the Seneca people back in the 17th century. The site also has a visitor center. Visitors can enjoy hiking the self-guided trails on the 600 acres of the historic site. A native American dance and music festival is held every year in the Summer. The hiking trails at the site are open year round.
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