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MEMBER'S CARD

Being a member of ONYWATENRO’ (we are friends) means you get to relive a millennia of history!      

Through the authentic content of its various activities, the Huron-Wendat Museum is an excellent disseminator of knowledge about the First Nations. It allows visitors to live an experience that respects cultural differences.

By becoming an ONYWATENRO’ (we are friends) member, you will enjoy many benefits including free admission to the museum and its tours (audio guides, guided tours, and discovery tours), discounts on our activities and with various partners, as well as other unique privileges!

Subscribe through our form at the end of this page.

MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES:

Rates
ADULT 39 $ + tx
SENIOR35 $ + tx
STUDENT35 $+ tx
6 to 17 year olds 20 $ + tx
FAMILY 
(2 adults / 2 children)
79 $ + tx 
EMPLOYEE (EMHW/EITW)Free*
CORPORATE
(membership for 10 employees and other benefits **)
200 $ + tx

BENEFITS AT THE HURON-WENDAT MUSEUM:

  • Free access all year round (exhibitions and tours of all categories)
  • Early invitation to openings
  • Exclusivity of certain VIP tours and activities
  • 50% discount on the MYTHS AND LEGENDS activity at the national longhouse EKIONKIESTHA’ and 25% off for your guests
  • 10% discount at the museum gift shop
  • 25% discount on entrance fees for your guests
  • 15% discount on classes at Yoga NAMASTÉ and Clinique Yoga & one free course

ADVANTAGES WITH OUR PARTNERS:

  • 10% discount on access to the outdoor baths, treatments, and massages at NATION SANTÉ-SPA
  • 10% discount on the price of a room at the Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations
  • 15% discount on classes at Yoga NAMASTE and one free class per new yogi
  • 50% (or 2 for 1) discount on entrance fees to the following partners:

*Employees receive additional benefits from the Employee Charter
** Corporate members’ benefits include an additional 15% discount on Museum rentals for their events.

Become a member
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