TUCKKWIOWHUM HAS A LOT TO OFFER

come for a day of family fun or stay longer at our camp

services

Guided Tours

tours

Would you like to learn more about First Nations culture? Come take a guided tour of Tuckkwiowhum Village! Our tour guide will take you on a historic journey through time as you view the original structures and share in the rich culture of the Interior Salish people.
Guided Tours require 2 weeks (minimum) advance booking

  • $20.00 / person in groups less than 20
  • $15.00 / person for groups 20 and greater
  • Meal optional (available with advance booking only; menu and prices available upon request)
  • *Tours are approximately 2 hours in duration.
  • *Taxes not included

Please call two weeks ahead to book your guided tour.
Call: 604-860-9610

 

Self Guided Tours

  • self guided tours
    If you’re just passing through and would like to come and see the village for yourself, stop in at the Gift Shop and pick up a guide book before you walk through the Heritage Site at your leisure.
  • $5.00 / person, includes site pamphlet and scavenger hunt guide
  • Add $3.00 and receive a full colour, printed guide
  • *Upon arrival please check in at Village Gift Shop to collect your site pamphlet
  • *Taxes not included

Museum & Gift Shop

gift shop

We believe in supporting our local and national Aboriginal artists, clothiers, and jewellers. You’ll find high quality, handcrafted traditional items at the Tuckkwiowhum Village Gift Shop. We frequently feature new artists.

Call: 604-867-9107

We carry items like:

  • Wildcrafted Herbs and Teas
  • Handmade Jewellery
  • Natural Soaps and Salves
  • Traditional Clothing
  • Moccasins & Mukluks
  • Decorative Carvings
  • Traditional Hunting Weapons

Cultural Classes / Events / Catering

eventsWould you like to immerse yourself in the Nlaka’pamux First Nations culture? At Tuckkwiowhum Village we offer a unique educational experience for our guests.
Tuckkwiowhum Village boasts breathtaking views and surroundings. Nestled in the beautful Fraser Canyon we feature a full service longhouse/events hall, onsite kitchen for catering services, 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.

Call: 604-860-9610

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

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

Teepee Camping

tepee campingComplete your native experience and camp overnight or for the entire weekend in a traditional teepee. Relax in front of a roaring campfire under a blanket of stars before you turn in for the night.

Reservations required.
$65.00 / person /night. Maximum of 6 people/teepee.

Includes:

  • Onsite indoor shower facilities
  • Toiletries (shampoo, bar soap, towel and facecloth)
  • Sleeping mat (please bring your own sleeping bag, or bedding, and pillow. If you require these items we can provide them but quantities are limited so please reserve them early)
  • *Kids under 9 stay free when visiting with their families.
  • Meal optional (available with advance booking only; menu and prices available upon request)
  • *Taxes not included

Check in: 3:00 pm
Check Out – 11:00 am

If you’re looking for a more contemporary camping experience, our award winning Anderson Creek Campground is located just down the road.
Call: 604-860-9610

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