Experience Woodland

Museum – Self Guided

The self-guided tour guests will utilize our self-guided tour booklet to walk through the museum at their own pace and view the displays that showcase the history of the Woodland people, specifically the Six Nations (Onondaga, Mohawk, Cayuga, Oneida, Seneca, and Tuscarora) from roughly 600 years ago up to present day. There are many artifacts to view, and stories to hear and discuss along the way throughout the tour.

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For more information or to inquire about donating to our collection, please contact us at 519-759-2650.

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Download our new contactless Self Guided Tour Download of Woodland Cultural Centre DOWNLOAD HERE

For more information or to inquire about donating to our collection, please contact us at 519-759-2650.

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