Unless you really love this stuff you should skip it. There are just too many other better options and activities in this town.
About Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre
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loved the bannock and chili, and was more than happy to combine the cultural aspects. Enjoyed making the woven cedar bracelet and was delighted to share the experience with my grandsons.
We went to the center which is not far from downtown Whistler. The docents were natives that knew the culture. This place is very well done and informative. It looks rather new and modern. It has a cafe that has excellent chowder and a brownie...More
This was much more interesting than we expected. This was because the guided tour offered as part of the admission price was so good and really brought the exhibits and life of the First Nations people to life. Our tour was led by Beth. There's...More
We visited the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre two years ago, and recalled that visit so fondly that we went again. It is a wonderful place with excellent exhibits and many beautiful things (especially the weaving). It is a wonderful place to learn about First Nations...More
This First Nations cultural centre/museum is set in a beautiful building and houses some interesting pieces but it is short on substance and needs more exhibits as you were always feeling the desire to know much more. There is a tour with a reasonably good...More
A must see for anyone who would like to gain an understanding of the rich and deep cultural roots of the area. Get past the hype and lights of current day Whistler and catch a glimpse of life in tune with the natural surroundings. The...More
This is the second time I've visited, first was 5 years ago. The tour was very informative and had a blast making a bracelet out of cedar root. Worth the time and money if you're in Whistler.
Nice, modern, live music with dance, educational video, many displays and photos. Gift shop and food/drinks for purchase. Short distance via paved walkway from Whistler Village. Could use more exhibts.
We had breakfast and a talk at the centre with a group and learnt so much about the people - helps to understand your surroundings. Cheers - Jules