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See Six Nations

Posted on Tuesday, August 02, 2022 01:52 PM

Six Nations Tourism is a department of the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation and a Destination Marketing Organization for the most populated First Nation in Canada.

They are dedicated to educating visitors, marketing and promoting small businesses and events, and promoting attractions in order to vitalize economic growth throughout Six Nations of the Grand River.

Located at 1037 Highway 54 in Ohsweken, a short 20-minute drive from Brantford, Six Nations Tourism is your launch...

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The Gathering Place by the Grand

Posted on Tuesday, August 02, 2022 01:37 PM

With it's design and features influenced by the river from which the facility takes its name, the Gathering Place by the Grand is a beautiful and inspiring setting to create your next memory.

Located at 2593 Chiefswood Road, a 20-minute drive from Brantford, their state-of-the-art event facilities are perfect for special events, conferences, tradeshows, meetings, and more. The Gathering Place by the Grand also hosts several events throughout the year including comedy shows, concerts and movie...

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An Immersive Cultural Gateway: Chiefswood Park

Posted on Tuesday, August 02, 2022 01:03 PM

Chiefswood Park is an immersive cultural gateway where guest can stay and play, located at 1037 Highway 54 in Ohsweken, a short 20-minute drive from Brantford.

Chiefswood Park is situated on the Grand River which is synonymous with the rich history of the Six Nations and located within one of the last remaining Carolinian forests.

This world class heritage destination offers a variety of experiences aiming to teach guests about authentic Hodinohsho:ni culture.

Looking to plan an overnight visit?...

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Chiefswood National Historic Site

Posted on Tuesday, August 02, 2022 12:55 PM

Located at 1037 Highway 54 in Ohsweken, a short 20-minute drive from Brantford, Chiefswood National Historic Site is the birthplace and childhood home of renowned Mohawk and English poetess, E. Pauline Johnson.

The museum is managed by Six Nations Tourism, a sub-department of Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation. The historic home features two unique entrances – the south entrance faces the Grand River to welcome Six Nations community members who arrived by canoe, and the north...

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Brantford’s River Access Points Feature New Signage and Amenities

Posted on Monday, August 01, 2022 11:39 AM

In July of 2022, visitor-friendly signage and amenities were installed at two designated River Access Points in Brantford. At each location, paddlers will now find a tourism information kiosk, a map of nearby attractions, and suggested paddling routes to help plan their journey. Visitors can also scan the QR code on the kiosk sign to learn more about off-river tourism businesses including nearby shops, restaurants, public art, museums and galleries, and trails.

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