SIX NATIONS TOURISM

Six Nations Tourism

EXPERIENCE THE CULTURE OF SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER


 Six Nations Tourism is here to provide you with information on Six Nations and the vibrant Haudenosaunee community that comes with
it. Nestled along the Grand River in the heart of Southern Ontario’s Golden Horseshoe, Six Nations is a place to have fun, play hard, and
discover the uniquely rich culture.
 

 

 

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What is Closed on July 1st and 2nd

There are a number of sites at Six Nations of the Grand River that will be closed this Holiday Weekend.  Six Nations Tourism, Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks and Chiefswood National Historic Site will be open on Saturday June 30th but closed July 1st...
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Free Ice Cream and Open House!

Come out to enjoy some free ice cream on June 27th from 4pm-7pm at Chiefswood National Historic Site!  Once you finish your ice cream come into the beautiful mansion built by Chief Johnson for a free tour.  This event is open for everyone to come out and enjoy and...
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Movie Monday! Screening of Indian Horse at Gathering Place by the Grand JUNE 25th 7PM

Community Screening: Indian Horse (2018) If you missed it in Theatre’s, here is your chance to see it! Six Nations Tourism presents Movie Monday with a screening of the film Indian Horse based on the award-winning bestselling novel by Richard Wagamese. The movie will...
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What’s Closed on Solidarity Day

This is a friendly reminder that at Six Nations some things will be closed for Solidarity Day on June 21, 2018.  The Six Nations Tourism office, Gathering Place by the Grand, Kayanase and Woodland Cultural Centre will be closed.  However, Chiefswood Park will be open...
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CHIEFSWOOD NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

This unique mansion is the birthplace of famed Mohawk-English poet Pauline Johnson and was constructed along the Grand River in 1856.

The house features two front doors— one facing the river to welcome Mohawks who arrived by canoe, and one facing the road to welcome the English who arrived by buggy from early Brantford. The two doors are living symbols of mixing cultures.

 

H.M. ROYAL CHAPEL OF THE MOHAWKS

Visit one of the oldest buildings in Canada!

The Mohawk Chapel is located along the bank of the Grand River on Six Nations land located within Brantford. Built in 1785, Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks is the last remaining building of the original Mohawk Village and is now the oldest surviving Church in Ontario.

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