Kwe! Travel the path of the Huron-Wendat people and discover their history, from past to present. Enjoy the Onhoüa Chetek8e Huron Traditional Site’s guided tours, canoe rides, tales and legends, dance shows, arts and crafts workshops and much more.
Take a trip into the heart of Huron-Wendat history and an ancient way of life by visiting Yänonchia’, the Huron longhouse. Enjoy a presentation on the Huron-Wendat’s traditional way of life and social organization depicting what their existence was like before the arrival of Europeans. Learn about traditional methods of transportation.
Be initiated into the spiritual life of the Huron Nation by entering the Endeonnsk8a (sweat lodge). Enjoy a presentation featuring a story about the creation of the world. Discover Indigenous traditional food-preservation techniques in the Etiesatraoa (smoke hut) and Eti8atsaoaoa (curing shed).
The onsite Nek8arre Restaurant features wild game and fish dishes and can accommodate 180 guests. You can also visit Le Huron shop, which offers an abundance of Native American arts and crafts. The facility, which is open year-round, is located 20 minutes north of downtown Quebec City.