This is the experience not to be missed in Wendake!
The national longhouse Ekionkiestha’ is living, life-size, the traditional ways of life of the pre-contact period. This place of discovery is a journey to the very heart of these lifestyles. With family, group or friends, you will be impressed by its high palisades, its garden highlighting the agriculture of the time and by the interior of this house.
The longhouse is accessible in various ways either through regular and discovery tours of the Huron-Wendat Museum, through the “Myths and Legends” activity while staying there. A must in the greater Quebec City region!
Directly around the Ekionkestha’ national longhouse you will find the First Nations Hotel-Museum, the Huron-Wendat Museum, the La Traite restaurant, the Tsawenhohi house, the Awen’ shop, the First Nations Hotel-Museum shop and the railway corridor.
Nearby parking lots:
Parking for the First Nations Hotel-Museum and the Huron-Wendat Museum. The start of the bear paws trail is at the First Nations Hotel-Museum. (Reserved for customers of the restaurant La Traite, the hotel or the museum)
Free public parking at 100, boulevard Bastien, Wendake.
People with reduced mobility: accessible for people with reduced mobility.
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