Visions, Hopes, and Dreams at Métis Crossing Wildlife Tour
The bison, or “bufloo” in Michif, the language of the Métis, last roamed these hills in and around 1865. The historical relationship between the Métis people and bison stems from the bison hunt that brought thousands of Métis people together each spring and fall. Through the gathering of these large communities, the Métis Nation took shape with the development of their own laws, democratic, economic, and judicial systems.
The exploration of the Métis people’s connection with the land is an essential element of understanding traditional Métis life. This tour is more than an opportunity to see rare heritage species up-close. The Visions, Hopes and Dreams Wildlife Park tour is a cultural and historical tour paired with a legendary wildlife experience.
Visions, Hopes and Dreams at Métis Crossing Wildlife Park offers guests a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the beauty of Métis heritage species. The wildlife park is home to rare white bison, wood bison, plains bison, elk, and Percheron horses.
A 1.5-hour guided tour with transportation
An educational experience highlighting the significance of these heritage species to the Métis people
The opportunity to enter the paddocks alongside the animals for an intimate view of the animals.
Tours are available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays beginning at 11:00am & 1:30pm. Book your experience online today!
Time: Tours begin at 11:00 am or 1:30 pm
Price: Adults $ 72.45, Senior & Youth $ 57.75, MNA Citizens Regular Price Settlement Members Regular Price