TUCKKWIOWHUM VILLAGE SERVICES

NEW!  Online Workshops

We invited our wonderful Knowledge Keepers and Elders to the longhouse at Tuckkwiowhum Heritage Village to share with us their knowledge and to demonstrate the skills they have honed over the years.

These workshop videos all serve as an informative introduction to these timeless handcrafts. For most folks, learning all the intricacies of these artistic styles will require more time and personal instruction. 

All Tours are postponed until further notice Due to COVID-19. We’re sorry for the inconvenience.

Guided Group Tours

Would you like to learn more about First Nations culture? Take a guided tour and learn how we built our homes, how we preserved food, and how our people lived before and after European settlement in our traditional territory. Your tour guide will take you on an exciting journey through time as you view the original structures and share in the rich Nlaka’pamux culture. You can also have traditional food prepared for your group. Let us know at the time of booking if you would like to add traditional foods as a feature. Please call two weeks ahead to book your guided tour @ 604.860.9286

Self Guided Tours

If you’re just passing through and would like to come and see the village for yourself, stop in at the Gas Bar and pick up a guide book before you walk through the Heritage Site at your leisure.

Self Guided Tours: Between 9:00 am & 4:30 pm 7 days/week
No booking in advance is required. Tour can be paid online for or at Tuckkwiowhum Gas Bar.

$15.00 / person | YOUTH 13-18 – $8.00/person | Kids 12 and under: FREE

ADULT TICKET – $15

YOUTH TICKET – $8

Tours are postponed until further notice Due to COVID-19. We’re sorry for the inconvenience.

Cultural Classes, Events & Catering

Would you like to immerse yourself in the Nlaka’pamux First Nations culture? We offer a memorable experience for our guests.

Tuckkwiowhum Village boasts breathtaking views and surroundings, a full service longhouse/events hall, on-site restaurant, live entertainment, cultural classes, and of course our teepee village campground to make your stay in our village a relaxing break away from the everyday.

 

Here is a list of the classes we can offer our guests:

• Drum making
• Salmon preparation
• Wild herb harvesting
• Leather working
• Jewelry making
• Traditional food harvesting and preparation

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

BOOK A TOUR, CLASS OR CAMPING

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