Indigenous Education

Focus on local experiences in order to make a greater connection with the land that we sit on.

Curriculum Connections

EduTravel is proud to offer trips that connect you to a variety of sites and excursions that focus on Indigenous learning and reconciliation. By taking students and connecting them with authentic and Indigenous-focused experiences, students will have the opportunity to gain an understanding of Indigenous culture and history directly from Indigenous peoples. Through interactive experiences of Indigenous exhibits, museums, workshops, or site visits, our programs can deliver impactful programming to demonstrate the diversity and history of Indigenous people to give a chance to experience their culture, and to learn about our mistakes of the past that are so integral to Canadian history. Our Tour Directors will encourage students to reflect on each day’s experiences and prompt them to think about how they can use their new knowledge to integrate Indigenous voices into their daily lives, and how they can advocate and stand up for justice to Indigenous communities in the present day.

Our Indigenous Education destinations focus on local experiences in order to make a greater connection with the land that we sit on. There are a number of opportunities in Toronto, including the Native Canadian Centre Toronto. The Six Nations Reserve, located just outside of Brantford, is the largest First Nations Reserve in Canada, and the only reserve in North America that has representatives of all six Iroquois nations living together. Six Nations offers many workshops and experiences in order for visitors to find out more about their history, and encourage tourism to bring revenue to the area and to their businesses. Contact us to find out more about all of the Indigenous partners we work with to create opportunities and to learn about Indigenous Education and Reconciliation.

Itinerary Highlights

Our attraction recommendations
  • Woodland Culture Centre (located in Brantford, about an hour outside of the city)
  • The McMichael Canadian Art Collection
  • The Daphne Cockwell Gallery at the Royal Ontario Museum
  • The Art Gallery of Ontario
  • The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto – NCCT
  • Six Nations in Niagara Falls
  • Kayanese Longhouse: Project
  • Indigenous Experiences
  • The National Gallery of Canada
  • The Canadian Museum of History
  • Confederation Park

We will also work with you to specifically curate your itinerary to include attractions that are not listed to meet your learning goals and budget.