The Musée Huron-Wendat adjoining the Hotel, whose exhibits open a window on the land, the memory and the know-how of a people proud of its roots.
The Kabir Kouba falls and 42-meter deep canyon. Going back 455 million years, this site shelters a rich array of plants and fossils.
The Notre-Dame-de-Lorette chapel, rebuilt after a fire in 1862 that spared the fine collection of antique silver and liturgical objects.
Tsawenhohi House, built in the early 1800s for Grand Chief Nicolas “Tsawenhohi” Vincent, today housing an interpretation centre of traditional knowledge.
Decorative flowerbeds depicting the animal totems for the eight clans of the Nation along the bike trail called “Le Corridor des Cheminots”.
Handicrafts shops featuring hand-made snowshoes, moccasins, jewellery, baskets and canoes.
An open-air amphitheatre where colorful shows are performed in season
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