Centre gives you insights into the native culture of the Whistler region - home to Squamish and Lilwat people.
About Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre
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Arrived first thing in the morning and due to snow we were the only guests for almost 2 hours. The staff was very informative and the artwork as well as the structure was inspiring. We learned a lot and will DEFINITALEY go back. Great facility...More
Beautiful museum of cultural treasures and charming tour guides and staff made our visit very interesting. It's well worth the short walk from Whistler Village and has a nice simple lunch menu. The venison stew and salmon chowder were great. At the end of the...More
The cultural centre is worth a visit to learn about the cultural practices of the Squamish and Lil'wat Nations. Beth was our guide and she gave us informative descriptions of the different canoes, dress ware and information on how the two groups lived over the...More
I didn't realise how big this place was until I got there. It's a definite must-do if you're in the area, and worthy of the great reviews it has received. The guide (Josh) was excellent; very informative and friendly. The exhibits are excellent and it's...More
Interesting information and helpful staff. A good place to learn about the First Nation, history, lifestyle and local crafts
excellent interpretation centre covering the first nations of the area - great guides and lots of hands on experiences as well. Nice cafe and shop
Took the tour as part of the larger tour to whistler village and wow it actually became a highlight of the trip in no small part to the museum tour guide Bill. He was of first nation descent and added his own special stories about...More
This is an amazing cultural experience. If you want to learn about the Indigenous culture of the area, you must visit this centre. The art, the welcome songs, the drumming, and the video will draw you into an amazing learning experience. The cultural centre is...More
Took the guided tour at no extra cost. Very informative. Opportunity to make make your own bracelet from cedar.