Le canal et quelques édifices de la cour nord à Sainte-Marie

Season Passes

For just $35 tax included, season pass holders gain unlimited admission to both Sainte-Marie and Discovery Harbour during their visitor seasons, as well as unlimited admission to most special events at both historical attractions.

The passes include beloved events like First Light, Pumpkinferno, Pirates of the Bay and Hometown Harvest Festival! Exceptions include the Sweetwater Harvest Festival, a Wye Marsh fundraiser, and small-group events like Escape Room, Ghost Tours, and Shadows and Stone Evening Experience.

Season passes are valid for one year, from April 1 to March 31.

A classroom exploring a longhouse

What’s included in a season pass

  • Unlimited admission during regular seasons at Sainte-Marie among the Hurons (May 4 to October 14) and Discovery Harbour (May 18 to September 1)
  • National Indigenous Peoples Day at Sainte-Marie: June 21
  • Pirates of the Bay at Discovery Harbour: August 3
  • National Day for Truth and Reconciliation at Sainte-Marie: September 30
  • Hometown Harvest Festival at Sainte-Marie: Thanksgiving weekend
  • Pumpkinferno at Discovery Harbour: October
  • First Light at Sainte-Marie: late November to early December
  • Winter events, such as March Break activities, at both sites

Good to know

Passes are valid for 12 months – from April 1 to March 31 – whenever both award-winning historic sites are open to the public. It’s the best deal in town! Exceptions include specialized events such as: Sweetwater Harvest Festival, Escape Room, Shadows and Stone, and Ghost Tours.

Une photo aérienne de Sainte-Marie-au-pays-des-Hurons et la rivière Wye

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