Authentic Experience Packages
INDIGENOUS EXPERIENCES (formerly Aboriginal Experiences Arts & Culture) has built a solid reputation
for creating authentic experiences that showcase culture, history, food, music, art, fashion, dance and
even entrepreneurship that is reflective and respectful of Canada’s diverse Indigenous heritage.
For over 25 years, our roots-proud and roots-driven organization has been presenting Indigenous
Peoples culture, history, food, and arts to mainstream audiences in the form of invited performers to
numerous festivals, special events, national and international conferences, as well as in-school
presenters for elementary students.
Our ongoing partnerships within the Canadian Indigenous community and our vast network of
entertainment and cultural resources have contributed to our position to provide you with the best in
Indigenous Performances and entertainment.
Scroll below and click on the buttons for information sheets and pricing for our range of authentic Indigenous experiences.
Experiences at the Canadian Museum of History
Indigenous Experiences enhances any exploration of Indigenous heritage at the Canadian Museum of History — including popular features such as the stunning Grand Hall which focuses on Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific Coast, the First Peoples Hall, which celebrates the history, diversity, creativity and resourcefulness of First Nations, Inuit and Métis, and the Canadian History Hall, where Indigenous stories are integral to a national narrative spanning 15,000 years.
Packages available include the Feel the Heartbeat Workshop, Traditional Dance and Tour, Creation Workshop, and the Museum and Canoe Experience.
Offsite Experiences - Performances & Catering
Indigenous entertainment has wide appeal for both Canadian and international audiences, which can add a unique dimension to your next event. Indigenous Experiences brings together Indigenous talent from across Canada to perform for school, corporate, and public audiences of over 50,000 annually.
IE’s innovative programming and entertainment services for major tourism and corporate events have helped to establish us as leaders in the industry.
Offsite Experiences - Workshops & Animations
Indigenous Experiences has a whole range of workshops and animations to not only entertain, but to also engage and educate your audience. From a traditional opening and welcome, to musical workshops such as "Feel the Heartbeat", to craft making experiences like dreamcatchers, and up close experiences with our rare Ojibwe Spirit Horses, IE will add something unforgettable to your event.
School Age Programs at Mādahòkì Farm
We invite your school aged groups to join us @ Mādahòkì Farm - Canada’s only indigenous working farm attraction, located on 164 acres in the Greenbelt of Ottawa. Introduce your class to Indigenous Culture. After a traditional arrival and welcome, spend some time with our ambassadors - learn about our indigenous culture, and visit with our Rare & endangered Spirit Horses and other Barnyard Friends.
Adult Group Programming at Mādahòkì Farm
We are excited to welcome your groups to our new home here at Mādahòkì Farm and invite you and your group to Share our Land! We are now ready to open our doors for any of your group tours. Mādahòkì Farm is fully equipped with parking for approximately 90 to 100 cars, bathroom facilities, an indoor lodge that fits approximately 160 people, group picnic areas, and much more.
Site Rentals & Special Events at Mādahòkì Farm
We are excited to welcome your groups to our new home here at Mādahòkì Farm and invite you and your group to Share our Land! We are now ready to open our doors for any of your future events, tours, meetings or celebrations! As these lands will be used for sacred ceremony and events, we are NOT able to accommodate any events that include alcohol or drugs.
Indigenous Experiences Programs with MASC
Indigenous Experiences’ programs offer a rare opportunity to experience the rich culture, teachings, and history of Canada’s Indigenous People from a First Nation perspective. Our talented team of Indigenous artists represent the Indigenous community of Ottawa today – a diversity of native nations from across Canada (or Turtle Island as we know it). We pride ourselves on delivering a truly authentic experience that illustrates both the diversity of the Indigenous cultures originating in Canada, and how they have progressed through the ages.
Students can have the opportunity to participate in traditional activities and games that provide insight into historical and contemporary Indigenous life.