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    What an amazing centre! We hosted an evening reception for delegates at a conference we held in Whistler earlier this month (June 2015).The staff was professional and easy to work with, especially considering our tight timelines (10 days). I was very pleased with the way they provided suggestions to make the evening one our guest would not forget.Would definitely recommend a visit.

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    Visited with my 4-year-old daughter and she’s still talking about it. The museum is not very large, but definitely worth a stop. The staff was very friendly and my daughter loved drumming along with their song.

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    Brought our two kids (ages 1 and 3), there were drums to try and a canoe for the kids to sit in, drawings/colouring and so much rich history and beautiful artifacts. Such a nice way to spend an hour or two, away from the tourist-y bustle of the Village. A small cafe in the basement with reasonable prices – didn’t eat anything, but the menu sounded delicious! Highly recommend if you’re in the area.

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    Thank you for the lovely tour yesterday. Our students from Simon Fraser University thoroughly enjoyed learning about the rich culture and history of First Nation’s in the Whistler and Squamish region. The bracelet making activity was also very enjoyable!! Your building is a work of art in itself, and I personally could not stop marvelling at it. Thank you again!