Attention Visitors: Métis Crossing Temporary Closure
Métis Crossing is committed to providing our visitors and staff with a safe place to visit and work. In accordance with the Government of Alberta’s mandatory COVID19 measures, Métis Crossing is closed to public visitors until further notice.
Métis Crossing is built on the values of the Métis people, including community and resilience. In the spirit of these values we are committed to doing everything in our power to keep our guests, staff, and wider community safe and healthy. We are equally committed to reopening, when it is safe to do so, continuing to share our distinct Indigenous story. We are proud to do our part to keep our community safe, and we look forward to welcoming you again soon.
Métis Crossing offers visitors the opportunity to participate in guided cultural interpretive experiences, sharing the distinct Indigenous story of the Métis people in an interactive way. These signature experiences change with the seasons. This winter visitors can participate in Tales from the Trapline, a 4-hour immersive Indigenous experience that explores Métis traditional winter activities and skills on a historic Métis River Lot farm. Strap on a set of snowshoes, set a snare, build a survival shelter, and learn a traditional art as you create your own unique and beautiful keepsake.
Métis Crossing offers a variety of Traditional Workshops, providing an opportunity for interactive, hands-on learning experiences. This Winter we are offering a series of traditional arts and crafts workshops for individuals of all skill levels!
Métis Crossing is pleased to offer daily experiences included in the price of admission. These activities include historical exhibits, art exhibits and additional Métis cultural interpretive experiences. Click the link below to book your time to visit and explore Métis Crossing.
Our team is working together to deliver cultural shows in the near future.
We are working towards unique ways for you to experience Métis Crossing.