Site Traditionnel Huron, Wendake

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See how the Huron people lived at Site Traditionnel Huron, an authentic re-enactment site of a Native Indian village nestled within a natural forest. Explore authentic wooden dwellings as guides dressed in traditional costume teach you about Huron culture. Sit in a giant tepee while hearing tales of mythical Huron legends, then take part in a traditional native dance. Purify yourself with the local shaman before you paddle through the river in a canoe. Finish the tour at the in-house restaurant, which offers Huron-inspired game- and fish-based meals. A visit to Site Traditionnel Huron represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Wendake tourist route planner to plot your vacation.
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  • August 15, 2017
    Visit that is correct only! It's different for a simple afternoon. However pay $ 7.75 per person, in addition to the entry fee, for the dance show that is extremely disappointing! And also $ 7.50 for the activity of DIY plastic Bead Necklace, too it's disappointing! Yet the DIY of the medicine wheel looked much more interesting. And much more expensive too. But due to its complexity, it is reserved only to large adolescents and adults. We could not try the restaurant which had him look very good but closes at 3 pm and shooting archery also sounded very well. I can't the rated because I have not had the chance to discover so I still promise to return next year. Without making the DIY and without going to the paying dance show.
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  • August 15, 2017
    We did tour guide on this site and have found very informative because it covers all aspects of this people
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  • August 8, 2017
    Restored village in the heart of the territory of the wendeke! We took the total tour show and meal and we liked. Traditional site or one shows us the way of life of temp these hurons-wendeke! The village shop is zero-rated a few bargains are to... Village has see to have a good time.
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  • February 17, 2017
    Really interesting place. We weren't able to take a guided tour as there were none being offered in English that day. The fee was the same, which was a bit odd, but we enjoyed our visit none the less, and definitely learned a lot. Our kids really enjoyed the gift shop, and the staff there were very friendly, as was the woman working at the admission counter.
  • April 16, 2017
    Informative and interesting place to visit. Just wish we could have spent longer!
  • June 12, 2017
    Great place great people , must to see when you visit Quebec City
  • June 26, 2017
    Great introduction to tribal experience food good too
  • June 27, 2016
    We had a great time visiting here. Highly recommend the Wendake traditional dances. It begins with a ceremonial Smudge and includes a dance that everyone participates in. I also got to smoke the peace pipe! One of the dancers came and played with our daughter after the performance. It is so nice to see indigenous youth with a positive outlet for practicing their traditions and customs.

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