6 Top places to visit in Oneida, New York

Oneida Community Mansion House#1

John Humphrey Noyes, an Amercian preacher who was also a radical religious philosopher, founded the Oneida Community in upstate New York. Noyes’ goal was to create a religious utopia in which members would challenge the social norms regarding gender and socioeconomic status.

Cross Island Chapel #2

New York is the home of megastructures, but it also hosts the smallest church on the planet. Cross Island Chapel, which was built in 1989 and is located on a Mason’s Pond dock, was completed in 1989

Oneida Performing Arts

The Oneida performing arts will always have something going. This is a great place to go for live entertainment every day of the week. You may be able to find big events depending on when you travel.

Oneida’s public library books

It doesn’t matter if you are a reader or an academic, it is always a good idea for you to visit the libraries in the places that you will be visiting. It’s not only for information.

Madison County Historical Society

Madison County Historical Society, a non-profit, preserves, collects and promotes Madison County’s history, including its fifteen towns and one city.

Shakowi Cultural Center

This center, which was built in 1993, is a testament to Oneida’s rich and varied life, talents, heroism, and generosity. The building is named in honor Richard Chrisjohn (Wolf Clan), an ex-Nation Representative whose Oneida name means “he gives”, and was built to help future generations feel connected with their heritage. 📷