The Woodland Cultural Centre, a museum of excellence, opens the doors to Southern Ontario’s First Nations past, present, and future. School and Public programs, offer interested visitors the opportunity to discover Native Ontario.
Prearranged tours of the Centre’s premier collections are available through the Museum Education program. Guided tours of the museum facility are created to fit the needs of the visitor – you decide the time, the activities, and the length of your visit.
We require a group of 10 guests minimum for a guided tour of the museum or residential school.
Admission fees apply to all tours
$10.00 (includes Admission + 1 tour)
$3.00 for additional tour/workshop presentation
$3.00- $5.00 for crafts
All support community members receive FREE admission to the museum including: Six Nations of the Grand River, Tyendinaga & Wahta
Note: TOURS* ,SCAVENGER HUNT* and Walking Tour of INDIGENOUS PLANTS* only offered at Woodland Cultural Centre. All other workshops and presentations offered both on and off-site. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, for off-site presentation fees and mileage costs.
The Woodland Cultural Centre can accommodate groups of 25, and up to a maximum of 75 people. A group of 10 minimum for a guided tour is required. Tours are available Tuesday through Friday, year-round.
We recommend booking 6 months in advance due to high volume of requests and bookings.
The Woodland Cultural Centre requires a 2-week advanced notice of cancellation or reservation number changes for a tour. The 2-week time period is in calendar days (not business days). Failure to provide proper notice of cancellation or reservation number changes will result in a cancellation fee.
For more information or to schedule a tour, please contact Courtney Jonathan, School/Group Registrar at:
(519) 759-2650 ext. 230
1-866-412-2202 (toll free)
(519) 759-2445 (fax)