Ontario’s first European community is an ideal setting to provide a fun learning experience for Cubs, Guides, Scouts, summer day-camps, and all other youth groups.
Learning about Sainte-Marie among the Hurons is made fun by involving your group in historical hands-on activities on the site.
Let us know if you have specific badge requirements, especially in reference to Indigenous peoples and survival skills.
This program is available for groups of 15 youths or more, and recommended for ages 6 to 12. Choose between a half-day program (2.5 hours) or a full-day program (5 hours).
Half-day rate: $6.00 per person (+HST)
Full-Day rate: $12.00 per person (+HST)
Program Capacity: 15 to 80 youths, plus chaperones
Recommended Age: 6 to 12 years old
Chaperones: Free admission at a ratio of 1 per 5 youths
Our programs run RAIN or SHINE.
For more information, contact our Tour Coordinator today!
Combine your tour of the site with in-depth workshops which may include:
- Cooking in the cookhouse
- Medicinal teas in the hospital
- Indigenous games or lacrosse
- Blacksmith and carpenter’s shop
- Historic clothing activities
- Clay workshop
- Quill pen writing
- Waterway demonstration (summer only)
- Fire starting demonstration
- Animals and gardens
Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre
Overnight accommodations may be available at the nearby Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, just a few minutes walk from Sainte-Marie.