Sainte Marie Among the Hurons

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons was the 17th century headquarters for the French Jesuit mission on the Huron-Wendat. A nationally significant historic site, Sainte-Marie now stands recreated on its original location where the compelling story is brought to life once again.

Features:

  • Introductory audio-visual show
  • Costumed staff, 25 reconstructed buildings and original 17th century stonework
  • Special summer presentations including 17th century fire starting, historic clothing and medicine, Native games and storytelling, birch bark demonstrations, and historic cooking
  • Children’s heritage activities including quill pen writing and corn husk dolls (daily July – August)
  • Themed Interpretative Museum
  • Restaurant and Gift Shop
  • Curriculum-related Education Programs

Audio Wand Tours available in 12 languages (included FREE with site admission in Spring and Fall seasons)

Hours: 10:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.

Spring Season: April 8th – May 17th, Open Monday to Friday

Summer Season: May 18th – September 2nd, Open 7 days a week

Fall Season: September 3rd - October 13th, Open 7 days a week October 14th – November 1st, Open Monday to Friday

Location:
16164 Highway 12Midland, Ontario L4R 4K8

Contact Information:
Telephone: 705-526-7838
TTY: 705-528-7697
E-mail: hhp@ontario.ca
Website: www.saintemarieamongthehurons.on.ca