Traditional Huron Onhoua Cheteke Site

Wendake, QC

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Address: 575 Rue Chef Stanislas Koska, Wendake, QC G0A 4V0, Canada Number: 418-842-4308 Website Contact How do we get there?

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This is an authentic recreation of a Quebec Indian village which offers visitors the opportunity to discover the history, culture and the lifestyle of the Hurons. Tours show visitors how foods were preserved, how chores were done and what everyday life was like. The tour also offers an explanation of how the Huron’s way of life differed from other Indians. The onsite restaurant serves the authentic cuisine of buffalo, deer, caribou and fish. (A vegetarian menu consisting of traditional vegetables is also available.) Activities such as the: peace pipe ceremony, traditional dances, canoe rides are sure to enthrall adults and children alike. Tours are in French and English and can be customized. It is open evenings and the gift shop sells traditional crafts.

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