A multitude of activities that will take you into the world of First Nations knowledge and traditions while letting you discover our history.

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Artist-run Center Ahkwayaonhkeh


Amphithéâtre de Wendake


Discovery tour Yahwatsira’


KWE! Meet with the Indigenous Peoples 2024


Ahaha’ (road) Rally

Tourisme Wendake offers a rallie to discover [...]

Canoe and Kayak | Canot Légaré


Corridor des cheminots

Cyclists, hikers and rollerbladers Breath in some fresh air on a picturesque destination: Corridor des Cheminots. In the Wendake section, you’ll find a “mosaiculture” representing the emblem [...]

Ekionkiestha’ National Longhouse Visit


Huron Traditional Site « Onhoüa Chetek8e »

Kwe! We would like to welcome you to the “ONHOÜA CHETEK8E” Traditional Huron Site. Open year round, the site gives visitors a unique opportunity to discover the history, culture and lifestyle of [...]

Huron-Wendat Fresco

The Huron-Wendat Fresco is located at Place de la Nation, on a wall near the Saint-Charles River, at the intersection of Bastien [...]

Discovery interpreted tour


Kabir Kouba Waterfall Interpretation Centre

The 28-meter-high Kabir Kouba Falls is overlooked by a 42-meter-deep canyon. From 2007 to 2009, archeological excavations uncovered the remains of the flour, saw and paper mills, built in the 18th [...]

Myths & Legends

The " Myths and legends " activity is one of the star activities offered in Wendake. This activity takes place in our national longhouse Ekionkiestha' . The longhouse, this dwelling of the [...]

Notre-Dame-de-Lorette Church

Notre-Dame-de-Lorette Church is a church of Roman Catholic tradition located in the Huron-Wendat community of Wendake. It was classified as a heritage building in 1957 and designated a national [...]

Onywahtehretsih Place

A must in Wendake! Onywahtehretsih place “our ancien roots” offers visitors to take place in the heart of the myths and culture at the west entrance of Old-Wendake. You can listen the “Creation [...]

Rendez-vous des Artisans et Artistes de Wendake


Rivière-Saint-Charles Linear Park

Explore the magnificent 32 km hiking trail running the length of Saint-Charles River, from its mouth in the Old Port to its source at Saint-Charles [...]

Traditional jewelry | Handicraft workshop

You will make a traditional necklace.  On a leather string, you will choose the ornaments and learn about their meanings for the Huron-Wendat [...]

Talking Stick | Handicraft Workshop

This crafting station will allow you to make a talking stick. The talking stick is a tool that was and sometimes still is used in tribal councils to help regulate speech. In short, it is the person [...]

Tsawenhohi’ house

Located in the heart of Old Wendake, construction of Tsawenhohi House began in 1807 and was completed in 1820. Tsawenhohi was the name of the first Grand Chief to live in the house, Nicolas Vincent [...]

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