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I went here with my wife and 2 kids. We took some lunch with us and had a picnic by the village. There's lots to learn here. It's very peaceful and there's a small museum with some history there as well.
Two school busses of kids travelled two hours to get to the site. Rose met us at the door and brought it to the Grade 5 level, explaining with a melodic voice and props what life was like. Then we went to the longhouses, had...More
This site is the reconstruction of a typical Native village in the early 1800's. Their living quarters protect by high wooden walls. It tells us what life was like and what the Natives had to endure. Each year, in the same park is a war...More
We had visited this site over 20 years ago and we're excited to get a chance to go back, especially after reading thatcher museum and gift store had been added. We also had trouble finding it- several people in town had never heard of it....More
First off, it is difficult to find. Entering the address in GPS took us to another part of Longwoods Rd not anywhere near the park. Had to stop and ask for directions at a roadside fruit stand.
Once we arrived at the gate we were...More
Visited here with my daughter who will be in Grade 3 in the Fall. I also teach Gr.3, so this is the place to go to see how the First Nations people lived long ago (Gr.3 Social Studies). Lots of visuals and hands on learning...More
wonderful hands on learning experience and a good way to spend a beautiful day while educating yourself. Id reccomend this to everyone! Super cheap too, as well as an adorable gift shop with something to appeal to everyone and the money going to a good...More