Click here for a 360-degree tour of the “Ahchiouta’a relates the Huron-Wendat of the St. Lawrence” exhibition.
This virtual version is made possible by additional contributors such as GEO 360, Archaeology Laboratory and Reserve, ASI Heritage and the Huron-Wendat Museum team.
Initially presented from the Huron-Wendat Museum from May 16, 2019, to September 30, 2020, it gives voice to the Huron-Wendat to share their vision of their history and ethnicity. It features precious artifacts from the St. Lawrence Valley and the Great Lakes, some dating back several centuries before the founding of Quebec City. Audiovisual terminals allow visitors to hear the stories of Ahchiouta’a, a Wendat ancestor born in Stadaconé. The exhibition recounts aspects of her people’s history, including oral tradition and the creation myth, trade, language and the arrival of Europeans.
Click here for a 360-degree tour of Wendake’s Notre-Dame-de-Lorette church.
The interior of the Wendake church has been captured for all to explore and discover its treasures. The church offers a unique blend of Catholic representations and Huron-Wendat culture. Visitors can click on selected artifacts to learn more about their history, some dating back to the beginnings of New France.