Droulers-Tsiionhiakwatha Archaeological Site Interpretation Center

Summer 2020: get informed before visiting

Join the Centre’s expert guides and explore the palisaded village, the longhouses and the traditional garden. The fun and informative Kionhekwa exhibition will give you a close-up look at the lives and traditions of the 15th-century Iroquoians.

Every Saturday and Sunday in July and August, there are activitIEs for the whole family. Watch a flint-knapping demonstration, take part in a corn-doll making workshop or taste some traditional fare.

Dreaming of immersing yourself in the Iroquoian world, with your family or friends? Why not spend a night in a longhouse? Along with professional guides, you’ll take part in two workshops, visit the interpretation centre and enjoy a Native-style supper and breakfast, not to mention all the interesting lore you’ll hear from the guides – and an unforgettable night

Tentsitewaiena, Ecotourism at its best 
In Mohawk, Tentsitewaiena means “Let’s work together again.” The Droulers-Tsiionhiakwatha centre, the Lac Saint-François wildlife reserve and the Mohawk cultural camp on Thompson Island have pooled their resources and expertise to offer you a fantastic adventure based on the history and traditions of the Mohawk nation. Discover some exceptional habitats, in a spirit of co-operation between Natives and non-Natives and with respect for the environment. 

Centre d'interprétation du site archéologique Droulers-Tsiionhiakwatha
1800, Leahy Road
Saint-Anicet (Quebec) | J0S 1M0
T 450 264-3030 / 450 264-5411
T 1 866 690-3030 (toll-free)
www.sitedroulers.ca/site-en

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