A Truly Historic Experience

Welcome to Tuckkwiowhum Village
Tuckkwiowhum Village (pronounced Tuck-we-ohm) is a First Nations heritage site and village located in Nlaka’pamux territory, 5 km south of Boston Bar, British Columbia.

Tuckkwiowhum was given its name by our people, being known as a “great berry picking place” and still boasts rolling hills and lush forests of wild huckleberries, blueberries, and medicinal plants.

Tuckkwiowhum Village was inspired by our desire to preserve and share the teachings of the Nlaka’pamux people.

We offer our guests an opportunity to experience the Nlaka’pamux village lifestyle before the arrival of European culture.

Whether you’re looking for a peaceful weekend getaway, a quick stop on the way through the canyon, or to immerse yourself in our rich lifestyle and culture, you’ll find what you’re looking for at Tuckkwiowhum Village.

Discover Unlimited history

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We offer a unique and memorable experience
for our guests.
Tuckkwiowhum Village boasts breathtaking views and surroundings, a full service longhouse / events pavilion, on-site restaurant, entertainment, cultural classes / workshops, and of course our traditional
teepee campground to make your stay in our Village a relaxing break away from the everyday.



Sometimes driving through the Fraser Canyon can be stressful. So, if you’re feeling the pressure of the highway, take comfort in knowing that there is a place of refuge in Boston Bar.

A Look Inside Nlaka’pamux world

The land remembers, and it is waiting to tell you of our past, come and listen…..
Tour the original site where Fraser Canyon legends were born. See the summer lodges, smoke house, food caches, sweat lodge, earth ovens and an awe-inspiring pit house. Enjoy an historical adventure that will evoke deep memories of the old ways. We will greet you at the gates of the village and just like thousands of years ago, we will invite you into our pit house to visit one of our respected storytellers. Come share some of our traditional stories, walk our village and share in sacred memories of our Nlaka’pamux culture.

What are you waiting for?