Sleepover in an Iroquois Longhouse
A unique cultural and natural experience!
Do you want to live an extraordinary experience? Do you dream of a First Nations’ cultural immersion? Only 75 km from Montreal, CISA / Droulers Tsiionhiakwatha invites you to spend a night in an authentic Iroquois longhouse with family and friends.
Accompanied by professional guides, the activity includes 2 workshops and a visit to the interpretation center, a dinner of native cuisine, a sleepover inside a longhouse, animation and breakfast.
The reconstitution of an Iroquoian village is a significant project that began in Saint-Anicet. This unique site tells a gives an accurate portrait of representation of history and the lifestyle of the Iroquois people. You will live an unforgettable experience with our activities, collection of artefacts, entertainment and workshops!
3:00 pm: Arrival
3:15 to 4:45: Visit of the Iroquoian village
5:00: 1st workshop (1 hour)
6:30: Installation of beds, food sampling and Iroquoian dinner
8:00: Tales and legends
7:15 am: Breakfast
8:00: Workshop #2
Available workshops: flint knapping, traditional campfire building, bow and arrow game, lacrosse match, pottery making and more!
Material needed for activity
Sleeping bag and pillow
Warm clothes and / or waterproof
75$/person for school groups or day camps
100$ adults, 50$ children (family rate)
Contact us for information or reservation.