WELCOME TO SIX NATIONS TOURISM
EXPERIENCE THE CULTURE OF SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER
Six Nations is a vibrant Haudenosaunee community nestled along the Grand River in the heart of Southern Ontario’s Golden Horseshoe.
Come experience Six Nations for yourself— a place to have fun, a place to relax and a place to play hard, and a place ripe for discovery. We’re home to a rich history, a tradition of peace, an oral tradition that emphasizes inclusion, and the largest patch of pristine, untouched Carolinian forests left in Canada.
Our Grand River Territory offers uniquely rich experience unavailable elsewhere in Canada.
We’re a beautiful clash of cultures— continuing our ceremonies and language an hour outside of Toronto, and between a handful of cities. Canoe the Grand River, hike the trails, explore the crafts and story of our people and our continued evolution since Europeans washed ashore hundreds of years ago.
We’re still here. And we invite you to come and find us.
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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.