- About Us
- Visiting the Park
- The Perfect Venue
- Seeking Knowledge
Wanuskewin Heritage Park showcases First Nation artisan demonstrations, workshops and performances all year long.
During the summer months dance performances take place daily and on Saturday and Sunday during the off season. You are encouraged to ask questions about culture, dance, regalia and anything else you might be curious about. The dance presentations are different from day to day and range from Traditional dancers to Hoop dancers.
Our interpretive program tells five major stories: hunting, gathering, social lifestyles, archaeology, and reconnection. These inter-related stories and their subthemes are oriented around the four seasons. The program setting includes the archaeology tent, the ampitheatre, the outdoor activity area and the trails themselves.
We have a multitude of hands-on cultural activities for children and people of all ages. These activities include programming and storytelling that have been developed with our Elders over the last two decades with more new programs being added every year.
If you wish to book a tour please visit our Plan Your Visit page.
If you have questions regarding our programming , or you would like to get more detailed programming information before you visit please call us. We also have the ability to customize and create programs/services to meet your specific needs and interests.
Visitor Services Manager
Tel: 306-931-6767 Ext: 244