The Woodland Cultural Centre offers a variety of tours, education programs, and workshops that offer interested visitors the opportunity to learn about an assortment of topics covering the past, present, and future of Southern Ontario’s First Nations peoples.
Discover Indigenous history, culture, art, food, current issues or material culture through one of our tours, education programs, or workshops, all of which are created to fit the needs of the visitor where you decide the time, activities and the length of your visit.
Experience the Woodland Cultural Centre in three ways:
Immersive self-guided and guided virtual tour of the museum and virtual tour of the former Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School. Prearranged tours are offered to groups ranging from 10 to 60 guests.
Our K-12 programs cover a variety of Hodinohshoni topics ranging from culture, history, art, food, and past/current issues that follow the Ontario Curriculum guidelines. Each program offers teachers/educators before and after resources for their classrooms.
Our workshops and other programming are geared towards corporate, college/universities, and life-long learners who are looking to educate themselves on a variety of Indigenous topics, including Truth and Reconciliation, Stereotypes and Racism, and Six Nations Land Claims.