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To get the real story!

Small but instructive site on northern native-American way of life. Great for school groups, lots... read more

Reviewed February 24, 2017
FredTripAlong
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Montreal, Canada
Look for kids events

Beautiful collection of art! Try the sugar pie and tea. I think if we had kids and participated in... read more

Reviewed November 28, 2016
ksavge1
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Edmonton, Canada
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Feb 24, 2017
“To get the real story!”
Nov 28, 2016
“Look for kids events”
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Reviewed February 24, 2017

Small but instructive site on northern native-American way of life. Great for school groups, lots of instructive activities for students.

Thank FredTripAlong
Reviewed November 28, 2016 via mobile

Beautiful collection of art! Try the sugar pie and tea. I think if we had kids and participated in the fun events it would have been a little more exciting. The price was right at a 5$ entry, so I'd recommend going learning about sugar...More

Thank ksavge1
Reviewed May 28, 2016

If your not a fanatic or connoisseur of Ameridien skip it. Went and felt like the oparetor takes advantages of taxes exemption one side and probably gets government (municipal, provincial and national probably) funding for cultural benefit form the other. Don't get me wrong the...More

Thank Ben M
Reviewed August 18, 2015 via mobile

In a nice space you can see hand made objects and take a look of a maybe unknown history of original inhabitants.

Thank Angel G
Reviewed March 17, 2015

A nice little museum to explore out native people's way of life. Surrounded by trees. They have different exhibits / year and 1 permanent one on the native way of making maple syrup. They also have a small boutique where you can purchase genuine native...More

Thank Franc_St-Hilaire
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