Public Archaeological digs at Droulers/Tsiionhiakwatha

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Activity description

Accompanied by archaeologists from the University of Montreal field school, the Droulers / Tsiionhiakwatha site is transformed into the largest archaeological excavation and research site in Quebec! Every weekend from June 3 to June 25 and from July 29 to August 20 2017, in addition to orientation workshops and public excavations open to the whole family, the site offers the opportunity to meet and talk with archaeologists on-site. The Droulers / Tsiionhiakwatha site invites you into the fascinating world of the First Nations in a unique and original way! Reservations are recommended!!! Contact us!

Opportunity to participate on weekdays (except Mondays) from 10:30 to 11:30 by reservation only

Details

Date(s): 

Every weekend from June 3 to 25 and July 29 to August 20th 2017

Schedule: 

11:00 am to 5:00 pm

Activity length: 

1 hour

Activity fee: 

20$ per hour /family

Admission fee: 

From 7$ to 20 $

Language: 

  • Bilingual

Target clientele: 

Families

Reservation required: 

Recommended

Activity with quota: 

Yes

Waiting list: 

Yes

Access for disabled visitors: 

Yes
Additional information

Restaurant on site: 

No

Picnic area: 

Yes

Family activities: 

Yes

Guided tours: 

Yes

Animation on site: 

Yes

Host service and information in English: 

Yes

Products and activities in English: 

Yes