The Susquehanna River Archaeological Center (SRAC) is dedicated to education, research and preservation of the region’s archaeological and historical assets for the communities within the Twin Tier Region of Southeastern NY and Northeastern PA.

Visit SRAC: 345 Broad St. Waverly, NY

Phone: (607)565-7960

SRAC Hours: 1 – 5pm Tuesdays – Fridays, 11am – 4pm Saturdays

Mail to: SRAC P.O. Box 12, Sayre, PA 18840, or email Info@sracenter.org

Who We Are.
SRAC is staffed 100% by volunteers that include avocational archaeologists, professional anthropologists, historians, researchers, and others who support our mission and is open 5 days a week tear round. Click here to read an article written by SRAC’s executive director about SRAC and her perspectives about how it has become a success in our community.

What We Do:
SRAC is located at 345 Broad Street in Waverly, NY and we have a huge museum gift shop, a lecture hall that seats 75 people, and an exhibit hall filled with thousands of local Native American artifacts that date as far back as the ice age (12 – 15 thousand years ago)to the Revolutionary War (1770’s). We give personal tours and accept group tours as well as school field trips.

Since 2005, SRAC’s membership has been steadily growing and to date is approximately 250. The majority of our members are from the Twin Tier Region of southern eastern NY and northeastern PA, but we also have members from many different states other than NY and PA as well. SRAC takes pride in the value of our membership package that we offer with discounts on all events, free admission to our exhibit hall, our SRAC Journals delivered each quarter, and an annual luncheon membership celebration and much more for $25 or less per year (Seniors – $15!). Click here to learn more SRAC memberships.

SRAC is a 501c3,(nonprofit organization.) We do not accept state or federal funding and all of our funding comes from our membership, the revenues that we can generate at the Center, and donations from philanthropic foundations such as the Allen Pierce Foundation, Mildred Faulkner Truman Foundation and generous individuals like you. You can read an article written by SRAC’s executive director about SRAC’s funding from 2006 – 2010 and how it was used here – click here. Or – to learn more about the different ways that you can support SRAC and our mission – click here

News and Updates:
There is ALWAYS something going on at SRAC! – and if you would like to be kept up-to-date with the most current SRAC discussions as well as news and announcments – click here.

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