Six Nations Tourism

Ohsweken, Ontario

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Welcome to Six Nations Tourism, your first stop to exploring all that the Six Nations of the Grand River have to offer! Discover the most populated First Nation in Canada, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy comprised of six member nations: the Onondaga, Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Seneca, and Tuscarora and explore our historic sites, parks and historic waterways which flow through some of the last remaining Carolinian forests of North America.

Book one of our experience packages for a fun day seeing the world through an Indigenous lens: learn more about our fascinating history and vibrant living cultures in Where Cultures Meet; head out On the Water for a storied day paddling a kayak or canoe, or dive into a Day of Play to hone your skills at the traditional Haudenosaunee game of lacrosse and an archery session. Have a self-guided adventure on the Six Nations Trail, browse talented local artists and crafters at our studios and gift stores, stay for a day or linger longer with a booking in one of our cozy accommodations whether it’s a relaxing spa stay or a rustic cabin.

Learn more about Six Nations Tourism by visiting them online:

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Six Nations Tourism

2498 Chiefswood Road
Ohsweken, Ontario, N0A 1M0
519-758-5444 Info@SNTourism.ca Visit Website

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Learn more about Six Nations Tourism by visiting them online:

Visit Website

Six Nations Tourism

2498 Chiefswood Road
Ohsweken, Ontario, N0A 1M0
519-758-5444 Info@SNTourism.ca Visit Website

Business Hours

Showcasing our culture through creativity and craftsmanship

Indigenous art and craft is rooted in our traditional teachings and practices. When you purchase authentic Indigenous products, you are acknowledging the importance of our culture and providing economic benefit to the community that produced it.

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