Fort William Historical Park

Description

One of N. America's largest living history attractions, focused on the North West Company, the fur trade & its role in forming Canada's foundations.

57 heritage & modern buildings on 250 acres plus artisans’ area, Native encampment, & farm. Learn how birch bark canoes are built. Interact with Scottish fur traders, Ojibwa & Metis people, & French Canadian voyageurs. Discover fur trade life, including culture, crafts, medicine, business, domestic life & heritage farming.

Camps: PA Day, March break & summer camps available. Children explore for indigenous plants & animals, bake bread in a stone oven, Participate in sport activities & more.

Field Trips: Curriculum-based programs for students in K-12 including themed workshops. Ask about our “Overnight Adventures” and programs in French too!

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