Oneida Cultural Heritage Village
This area features what life was like for the Oneidas in the 1700s, as their lifestyle changed with the infusion of western ways through the transition of becoming successful farmers in Wisconsin. These farm days are represented by five 100+ year old log homes originally inhabited on the reservation.
There is also an amphitheater which hosts a variety of events, including; musical acts, storytellers and the colorful smoke dancers. Then take a stroll to the medicinal garden and learn how the Bear Clan became the keepers of the medicines.