Who We Are

Located just outside the Greater Golden Horseshoe, Six Nations Tourism, a proud department of the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC), is a Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) for the most populated First Nation in Canada. Six Nations Tourism is dedicated to educating visitors, marketing and promoting small businesses, events, sites, and promoting attractions in order to vitalize economic growth throughout Six Nations of the Grand River.

Things to do

Arts & Culture

Immerse yourself in the traditions of the Haudenosaunee People and learn more about the history of Six Nations.

Event Centres

Learn more about our local entertainment centers and how they suit all of your next event’s needs.

Art Studios & Gift Shops

Support local Six Nations businesses by browsing our art studios and gift shops to buy special souvenirs for everyone.

Six Nations Tourism Sites

Check out our Cultural
Experience Packages

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3 days ago

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Easter Egg Hunt starts at 11:00am sharp at Chiefswood Park! ... See MoreSee Less

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@chiefswood @chiefswood_park 2nd annual #easteregghunt is ready to start at 11am Sharp! We can’t wait to hop around for some yummy chocolate with you all! #SeeSixNations #Events #familyfun ... See MoreSee Less

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@chiefswood @chiefswood_park 2nd annual #easteregghunt is ready to start at 11am Sharp! We can’t wait to hop around for some yummy chocolate with you all! #SeeSixNations #Events #familyfun ... See MoreSee Less

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Tourism season begins in 1 month with most sites opening on May 18 #seesixnations #indigenoustourism #haudenosaunee #explorethegrand #history #chiefswood #hamiltonhaltonbrant #discoveron ... See MoreSee Less

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Slowly making some updates and changes to the atrium! Books from @GoodMindsBooks which we highly recommend you check out AND some additions to our gift shop! come see for yourself! #SeeSixNations #IndigenousTourism ... See MoreSee Less

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This years #ExploretheGrand visitor guide just arrived and looks nice with our new paint job! Stop in for your copy and see what’s happening on the #GrandRiver this year! #SeeSixNations #IndigenousTourism ... See MoreSee Less

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Only 6 more days until the 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Chiefswood Park on April 21st at 11am #seesixnations #indigenoustourism #explorethegrand #spring #easteregghunt #chocolate ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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Kentsio'shon:a the Mohawk Word for Fish. Make sure to stop by Kayanase this Friday April 12 to learn about historical fishing practices of our Haudenosaunee ancestors #seesixnations ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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Lunch & Learn is back! Just in time for Spring, come on down and learn about planting and seeds #haudenosaunee #seesixnations #indigenoustourism #planting
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3 weeks ago

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Did you know today is #readaroadmapday so if you don’t have one - stop by Six Nations Tourism and pick up a Six Nations Map! ... See MoreSee Less

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So technically it is Spring out, but Mother Nature decided we needed some more winter weather to experience on our Trails ... See MoreSee Less

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Coming up next! #MohawkChapel will be hosting our next Lecture Series event on May 29th as part of #MayIsMuseumsMonth 😄 mark your calendars and join our Facebook event! 📅 #seesixnations @… https://t.co/JNN1JPS4Vt

⚠️ REMINDER! ⚠️

Tomorrows Lecture Series evening event with Rick Hill has been CANCELLED.

Next up will be May 29th Lecture

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