Description provided by Editors
“The Chiniki First Nation welcomes visitors the opportunity to learn about the traditions, stories and history of their people and land.” This attraction is a family-friendly destination providing an authentic cultural experience. The cultural exhibition hosts over 20 exhibits and displays complimented with artifacts from Nation members. The Gallery shop offers locally handcrafted art and jewelry. Experiential guided tours and interpretive programs available in Tipi Encampment. On-site Stones Restaurant delivers a unique Indigenous dining experience.
Chiniki Cultural Centre Experiences
Hosts a wide variety of experiential activities and interpretive programs guided by members and Elders of the Chiniki First Nation. Come witness the talent and magnificence of Indigenous dancing, drumming and singing in the Tipi Encampment. Explore the beauty of the land with guided nature walks. Participate in the open studio arts and crafts workshops hosted by our First Nation artisans. Inquire for details and booking. TransCanada Highway & Morley Road (Exit 131), Morley. 403-881-2056.
First Nations inspired cuisine in a light-filled dining room with panoramic views of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The menu is prepared using locally and seasonally sourced ingredients including elk and bison. Features traditional recipes such as Saskatoon Berry Soup with fresh baked bannock. Serves Brunch/L/D. Entrées $10-$19. Call for reservations. TransCanada Highway & Morley Road (Exit 131), Morley. 403-881-2056.