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 of Operation

Before visiting the site, please consider checking the Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons website for any hour changes or unexpected closures. 

Hours: 10 AM – 4 PM with last admission at 3 PM.

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

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

Sainte-Marie’s summer/fall season extends until late October, operating 10 AM – 4 PM Wednesdays – Sundays. After which Sainte-Marie will be closed to the public to prepare for special events. 

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