Information and reservations
THE IROQUOIAN EXPERIENCE AT THE DROULERS ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE!
INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: 450 264-3030 or 450 264-5411.
Don’t forget to ask about cost cancellation policies, group size and the possibility of bad weather.
WE RECOMMEND BOOKING ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE.
Interactive visit of the iroquoian village, the archaeological site and the museum.
First activity module: Interactive visit of the iroquoian village and the museum.
Pause and snack (not included)
Second activity module: Lacrosse game, treasure hunt, iroquoian coin game, legends.
ACTIVITY #3 – Sleepover in an Iroquois longhouse
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)
An Iroquoian Village
A full scale historical reconstruction of a 15th century iroquoian village is a substantial undertaking that has seen birth in Saint-Anicet. It is a place that allows students to develop a precise representation of that society and it’s way of life.
he village setting, the artifacts, the animation and other activities will leave significant trace with your students. They will appreciate this visit either as a trigger activity at the beginning of the school year or as an integration activity at the end of the year.
Experimentation and a hands-on approach allow students to consolidate their learnings and we are convinced that our resources meet your curriculum requirements.
Since 2001, we have welcomed more than 200 000 elementary school students and of all other levels in the longhouses. Our school programming is adapted to your needs. You may choose between 2 and 4 hours activity modules, as well as the Sleepover in an Iroquois Longhouse option.
A great resource to learn more about Indigenous societies