Huron-Wendat Museum

Wendake, Quebec

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Delve into the history of a vibrant culture. Discover objects which evoke ancestral traditions that still echo in memory. An exceptional collection is presented with an interactive approach to explore the themes of territories, memories and knowledge. With its permanent and temporary exhibitions, cultural activities, animated and guided tours (with audio-tours available in 6 languages) and Ekionkiestha’national longhouse, the Huron-Wendat Museum invites you on a real journey through time and history. Huddle around the hearth in the longhouse and listen to the myths and legends of the First Nations as they are told by a storyteller. The more adventuresome can even stay the night!

Overnight Stay in a Longhouse

This Iroquoian dwelling, built entirely of wood and bark and heated by three fires, will provide visitors looking for unusual accommodation with an authentic immersive experience. It is a symbol of the legendary family, hospitality and welcome of these thousand-year-old peoples. It is in the magical setting of our national longhouse that you will go back in time to the pre-colonial era to live the experience of an overnight stay in this traditional dwelling. One (1) overnight stay in the Ekionkiestha' longhouse; One (1) "Myths and Legends" activity; One (1) Labrador tea tasting; One (1) fire keeper to take care of your dreams and the fires all night long; One (1) comfort room at the same time; One (1) breakfast at La Traite restaurant; One (1) sleeping bag

Starting Price: $650 for two

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Back to Basics Package

A return to our roots is a return to tradition, a return to history. This is exactly what this package offers you by taking you to discover Wendake with the "Discovery" visit of the Huron-Wendat Museum and its craft workshop for making a talking stick. This symbolic tool has been used for thousands of years by the natives during the various councils. This important element will be explained to you during its making by a Huron-Wendat craftswoman. It is a perfect souvenir to take home. You will also discover the modernity that we have to offer by taking advantage of our magnificent rooms, but especially of the renowned table of the Restaurant La Traite unique in Quebec. One night in a comfort room One breakfast A 3 course dinner A visit to the Huron-Wendat Museum A workshop to make a talking stick with a Huron-Wendat woman

Starting Price: $255 for two

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All Inclusive Kwe! Package

Hospitality is an age-old tradition among the Huron-Wendat. Nothing is left to chance to allow you to take full advantage of the human experience that we are committed to offer. This package is our way of welcoming you to the Huron-Wendat land, but especially to help you discover Wendake; this magnificent native community located in Quebec City. Two nights in a comfort room Two 3 course dinners Two breakfasts Two lunches, the "Table Wendat" special A visit to the Huron-Wendat Museum A "Myths and Legends" activity in the Ekionkiestha' longhouse A workshop to make a porcupine quill bracelet A workshop on making a traditional necklace with a Nation Elder A workshop on making a talking stick with a Huron-Wendat woman A rally to discover Wendake

Starting Price: $525 per person, two people

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Huron-Wendat Museum

15, Place de la Rencontre Ekionkiestha'
Wendake, Quebec, G0A 4V0
418-847-2260 colombe.bourque@hotelpremieresnations.ca Visit Website

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