CHIEFSWOOD NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Chiefswood National Historic Site

The oldest surviving pre-confederate First Nations mansion in Ontario, Chiefswood National Historic Site is the mid-19th century birthplace and childhood home of E. Pauline Johnson, celebrated Mohawk poetess. Built in 1856, the house was constructed with two front doors, which reference Chiefswood’s function as a meeting place between two cultures.

Chiefswood offers guided tours, changing seasonal exhibits and special events interpreting the history of Six Nations of the Grand River and is open Tuesday through Sunday, May to September.

To book a tour, contact Six Nations Tourism at 1-866-393-3001.

Click to visit the Six Nations Tourism website website to plan your trip.

Upcoming Events

May 23 - Tour Season Open
June 3 - Afternoon Tea
July 22-23 - Six Nations Champion of Champions Pow Wow Open House
August 12 - Afternoon Tea
July-Sept - Whisper to the Moon paddle and paranormal experience (please contact Chiefswood for advanced booking to register)
September 4 - Tour Season Closed

Chiefswood NHS

Phone:
519-758-5444
Address:
1037 Highway 54
Oshweken ON   N0A 1M0
Website:
Chiefswood NHS