We are open everyday. Admission always FREE.
Things you will see and experience at Whetung Ojibwa Centre are from all across Canada. We have a Museum,Totem Poles, Sculptures, Headdresses, Moccasins, Dreamcatcher all within our 10,000 sq ft building.
One visitor described walking into Whetung's as if she were watching the movie Wizard of Oz change from Black and White into Colour!
Bring your camera, picnic lunch and enjoy your visit.
Please do not be shy about asking questions we love to speak with people.
Whetung Ojibwa Centre is located 160 kilometres northeast of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is easily accessible from east or west via Highways 401 (to 115) or 7.
From Peterborough, take Water Street North to Buckhorn Road to Curve Lake Road.
Travelling by boat? From Buckhorn Lake, dock on Coppaway Point, only a few minutes’ walk from the Gallery.
PLEASE! Observe posted speed limits as you travel through Curve Lake!
Besides kids at play, the roads around here are often traversed by the wildlife abundant in the Kawarthas. Many species of birds and mammals can sometimes be seen around the gallery. You may also come across our indoor wildlife, in more unusual locations.
- The Whetung Ojibwa Centre is wheelchair accessible
- Free Parking
- Interac, Visa, AMEX and Mastercard accepted
- World-wide shipping of your purchases available
- Guided tours for groups over 10, a fee applies, 2 days advanced notice
- Spring Open House in May
- Aboriginal Art Exposition in June
- Summer Art Festival in August
- Thanksgiving Open House in October