Chiefswood National Historic Site
Sitting atop the rolling hills of Six Nations Chiefswood National Historic Site was built in 1856. The site is the birthplace and home of famed Canadian poet and writer, Pauline Johnson. Today, Chiefswood National Historic Site is open to the public and features tours throughout the home and estate daily.  Open May (Victoria Day, by appointment only), October (10am - 3pm) and November.


Bear’s Inn
Experience Iroquois Culture & Hospitality at this Gracious Country Inn. Each of the 14 rooms and private cabins has a different story to tell.


Woodland Cultural Centre

The Woodland Cultural Centre is a First Nations educational and cultural centre. It was established in 1972 to protect, promote, interpret and present the history, language, intellect and cultural heritage of the Onkwehon:we.


Royal Chapel of the Mohawks
Her Majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks is the oldest "Protestant" church in Ontario, constructed in 1785. The grounds of the Mohawk Chapel is the final resting place of Joseph Brant and his son John Brant. The Chapel is open to the public from May to the end of October.


Six Nations Bingo Hall
For 15 years Six Nations Bingo Hall has been rewarding cash prizes every time someone yells BINGO. Easily accessible, Six Nations Bingo Hall is located just off highway 54 between Brantford and Caledonia. Upon arrival you’ll experience the friendliest service available, indulge in an amazing snack bar, and have access to a large non-smoking area. It’s a place where everyone can experience the best in bingo facilities.


Ohsweken Speedway
Ohsweken Speedway has grown from humble beginnings to become one of the premier racing facilities in the country.  Ohsweken Speedway is home to several racing events throughout the year. For events and ticket sales, visit their website for more information.

 

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