A variety of exhibit areas showcase the culture and history of the Champagne and Aishihik people. During the summer months, guided tours of our outdoor and indoor exhibit areas are offered. Inside Da Kų, you will find panels on each of our historic villages and contemporary communities. The most popular of our indoor exhibits is the floor map (link to the map page).
The Gúyàt (beads) exhibit is presently featured in our changing exhibit area. Gúyàt showcases the exquisite beauty and detail of the Champagne and Aishihik beadwork tradition. The exhibit features a range of handmade items decorated with beads: slippers (moccasins), mukluks, puberty hood, coats, vests, gun scabbards, gloves, purses as well as smaller items.
Watch for Treasures, a new exhibit opening summer 2015 in our feature exhibit space. Treasures will showcase the family heirlooms of the Champagne and Aishihik people, those important items that connect us to our ancestors and their way of life.