Oneida County has a rich history from the earliest Iroquois tribes to European settlers before the Revolutionary War. Our noted historical societies offer you an opportunity to explore that history with exhibitions, programs, research capabilities, and more.
The Leading Voice Preserving the Past, Protecting the Future.
Founded in 1876, the OCHS features museum exhibits, a historical and genealogical research library, weekly programs, and a large gift shop and bookstore.
The society is open Monday through Friday, 10AM to 4PM, all year. It will be closed weekends other than for prior appointments or special events.
A place for answers and questions about Rome’s past, present and future to be discovered. Our goal is to provide our community and its visitors with an experience that leads to something recovered.
Explore the Oneida Indian Nation’s extensive collections of artifacts & artwork. Spectacular examples of traditional clothing and crafts link age-old customs to today. Open daily 9am-5pm.