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Awesome Tribute to Great Shawnee Chief Tecumseh

My husband & I attended the unveiling of this large stainless steel dome, that is etched to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Waterdown, Canada
A unique and genuine tribute

I stumbled on this while driving around the area and was most impressed. It's not a grand and... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2018
Colin F
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband & I attended the unveiling of this large stainless steel dome, that is etched to represent birch bark and the form is the shape of a tortoise with the tribal symbols at the top. A two row wampum belt path of black and...More

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Reviewed 30 June 2018

I stumbled on this while driving around the area and was most impressed. It's not a grand and monumental tribute to Tecumseh and those who fought and fell with him, but it is a very thoughtful and authentic memorial--mostly put together by the local community,...More

Thank Colin F
Reviewed 21 June 2018

stopped in here after a visit to Parks Blueberries east of Thamesville. Walked along the old roadway and read all the displays.

Thank bc0wing
Reviewed 24 June 2017

The Tecumseh monument has been very nicely done. With the many plaques and signs explaining the sacrifices made by Tecumseh and the First Nations army while supporting the British troops during the war of 1812. If you are a history buff or are celebrating the...More

Thank Dan D
Reviewed 12 June 2017

What a lovely, well done piece of history thanks to all who brought this to fruition..great job..can't stop talking about it. The drive along old highway two from Windsor has many stops of historical significance especially during our 150th. The benches tell a story and...More

Thank Beverley W
Reviewed 9 January 2017 via mobile

I am so inspired each time I come here and read the story of the great leader Tecumseh and his contribution to making Canada what it is. Such a beautiful setting and the great Turtle sculpture tells the unique story of our First Nations people....More

1  Thank Wanda W
Reviewed 14 December 2016

For too long the only tribute to Tecumseh near the battlefield where he died in 1813 were some rocks with some basic information about him. Now "A Place of Many Grasses" by sculptor Gordon Reeve gives this important Shawnee leader and all First Nations people...More

Thank CulturesmART
Reviewed 18 February 2016

What a beautiful place to stop as you drive along Hwy 2. Lots of historical information, a great picnic spot and a great piece of Canadian Heritage! Very educational, no charge to stop in.

2  Thank nancm53
Reviewed 14 October 2015 via mobile

This is a great educational and historical stop. Story boards are numerous and tell the story of one of the great battles of the War of 1812. There is a monument to the great Indian leader and warrior, Chief Tecumseh, who was mortally wounded at...More

3  Thank Lorraine-Dennis-C
Reviewed 13 September 2015

Nice stop on our travels through Canada. This area is nicely done and provides a great format for learning about Tecumseh. The memorial is nicely set up and provides a quick overview of facts. Visit can take 15 mins to an hour depending on how...More

3  Thank dstratos
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