Kayanese Greenhouse

See Six Nations through their rich history and culture as you explore many sites, shops and businesses.

Just outside of the Greater Golden Horseshoe, Six Nations of the Grand Riveris a vibrant community steeped in history and culture. As the only community to house all six of the Haudenosaunee Nations (Mohawk, Oneida, Cayuga, Seneca, Onondaga, and Tuscarora), it is the most populated Indigenous community in Canada.

Six Nations Tourism
1037 Highway 54, Ohsweken
Six Nations Tourism offers information on activities, tours, restaurants, events and things to do when visiting Six Nations of the Grand River.

Chiefswood Park
1037 Highway 54, Ohsweken
Situated on 20 acres alongside the beautiful Grand River, the park includes a new splash pad, playground, boat launch, canoe and kayak, serviced and rough camping, cabin rentals and glamping sites, all located within the beautiful Carolinian forest region.

Chiefswood National Historic Site
1037 Highway 54, Ohsweken
Take a guided tour of the beautiful grounds of Chiefswood Mansion (1856), the birthplace and childhood home of E. Pauline Johnson, celebrated Mohawk poetess.

Gathering Place by the Grand
2593 Chiefswood Rd., Ohsweken
A stunning and elegant event and entertainment venue inspired by the Grand River and located in authentic Six Nations, Gathering Place by the Grand is home to several exciting programs throughout the year.

Did you know? The “Haldimand Proclamation” was granted to the Six Nations for the land losses of homelands, as well as in recognition of the alliance with the British during the American Revolution. This consists of 950,000 acres, six miles deep on each side of the Grand River. Today, the community is located on 4.9% of the Haldimand Tract. Ohsweken or “Oswe:ge,” as it is traditionally pronounced, is at the heart of Six Nations, and roughly translates to “a place you all see.”

Kayanese Greenhouse
993 Highway 54, Ohsweken
Kayanase is a native plant greenhouse and ecological restoration company specializing in native species plants. They are dedicated to improving the health of Mother Earth using science-based approaches and traditional ecological knowledge. They share a site with and support the eco-tourism and Land Based Learning Programs offered by OSTTC Longhouse.

Six Nations Bingo
2585 Chiefswood Rd., Oshweken
For over 20 years, Six Nations Bingo has been a top gaming destination. With a modern and spacious facility offering bingo and electronic gaming machines, visitors can enjoy a fun-filled gaming experience.

Woodland Cultural Centre
184 Mohawk St., Brantford
Since 1972, Woodland Cultural Centre has been a leader of Indigenous arts, culture and education. Book a tour and visit
their exquisite museum, attend a performance or browse the galleries.