Oneida Nation, People of the Standing Stone

onediaThe Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin is nestled in a rural setting just west of Green Bay. Rolling hills and lush forests greet visitors to the Oneida Reservation.

You can learn about the rich Oneida heritage and history by visiting the Oneida Museum. The story of the Oneida (People of the Standing Stone) unfolds in exhibits that start with the Creation Story, morphs into the history of the Iroquois Confederacy and then ends with how the Oneida people are striving to keep their traditions and customs alive today.

An extensive “hands on” area lets visitors touch and feel custom Oneida beadwork, tools and traditional clothing as they walk through a replica traditional long house.

Reservation tours are available to discover our past, present and envision our future. Visitors will be transported to historical locations on the reservations and also see current progress and improvements that have been achieved by the Oneidas.

Points of interest on the tour can be customized to fit the visitor’s interests and can include the buffalo range, Tsyunhehkwa Farm (certified organic farm), Oneida Casino, Thornberry Creek at Oneida Golf Course, environmental restoration projects and sites, tribal headquarters, Oneida Turtle School, Veterans Memorial and cultural heritage campus.

The award winning Radisson Hotel and Conference Center- Green Bay is owned and operated by the Oneida Tribe. Located across from the airport, it has been awarded the prestigious President’s Award numerous times. Beautiful, spacious rooms provide visitors with a place to unwind and relax. The Standing Stone Buffet located between the Oneida Casino and hotel offers four international food stations. Latin, Asian, Mediterranean and American fare is sure to please even the most distinct palette.

The Oneida Tribe has partnered with the Green Bay Packers. The Oneida Nation gate at Lambeau Field greets over 70,000 fans as they enter the historic stadium. Also around the stadium district be sure to experience the Oneida Nation Walk of Legends. This walking tour of 24 granite monuments highlights players and eras of Green Bay football history.