Discovery tour Yahwatsira’



Our specially trained guides on Indigenous history and culture will be able to answer your questions through three distinct learning locations. It is accompanied by one of these enthusiasts that you will discover the permanent exhibition “Territories, memories, knowledge”, the Yändia’wich room, space reserved for the temporary exhibition of the moment, the national longhouse Ekionkiestha’ and the Notre-Dame-de-Lorette Church.

Each of these places of learning makes you discover a different aspect of Aboriginal culture and history, but mainly that of the Huron-Wendat nation. Whether through the territories, memories and knowledge of this nation proud of its origins or through the immersion in the lifestyles offered by the Ekionkiestha’ national longhouse, it is certain that this visit will satisfy your thirst for discovery.

**1st Sunday of the month free for residents of the province of Quebec

Animation in English and French.

Schedules available on the huron-wendat Museum website.


To see the high season visit, take a look at the interpreted discovery tour.


With its Awen’ shop, the Museum allows visitors to treat themselves to a little piece of history. You will also find our exhibition catalogs as well as merchandise bearing the Museum logo.


Through its permanent exhibition Territories, memories, knowledge, its calendar of temporary exhibitions, its activities and its thematic workshops, the Museum fulfills its mandate of teaching and popularizing knowledge about the history, culture and arts of the people. Wendat and other First Nations. For the visitor, the Museum is also the gateway giving access to the interpretation of many heritage sites in Wendake, including the Notre-Dame-de-Lorette church, the Kabir Kouba falls and the Tsawenhohi house.


In addition to its various exhibitions, the Museum offers a discovery tour led by a guide or a visit to the Ekionkiestha longhouse.


Nearby parking for people not using the shuttle:
Free parking on site for customers of the restaurant La Traite and the Hotel-Museum

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