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Exhibits & Tours

Enter a stunning facility and embark upon an unforgettable journey as you delight in fantastic Exhibitions and dazzling Performances, and enjoy an exciting, authentic, Blackfoot cultural experience.



We offer a variety of exhibits showcasing the Blackfoot Culture.

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In-person or virtual tours are now available. Visit on your own or book your next group outing.

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Educational programs including Blackfoot Language classes, workshops and much more.

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What We Offer


Come experience this place, see our gallery, watch dance & craft demonstrations, eat our food, ask us questions, and take home a little of our culture with you!


What We Offer

Sample some delicious traditional food in our restaurant or take home a special memory from our gift shop. Don’t limit yourself to the building. Take a self-guided tour of the numerous historic sites with trail markers to explain the importance of each site.


Sample some delicious authentic Blackfoot cuisine in our restaurant.

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Gift Shop

Take home a special memory from our gift shop made by local artisans.

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Conference Centre

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Tipi Village

More information coming soon!!

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News, Programs and Events

Historic Repatriation! 🌟


After over 100 years in England, the Buffalo Woman’s Headdress is returning to the Siksika Nation of Alberta. This sacred item, made of buffalo horns, sacred bird feathers, porcupine quills, red cloth, and brass bells, will be handed back in a ceremony on June 5 in Exeter, England. 🪶✨

Originally given to the Royal Albert Memorial Museum by Edgar Dewdney, a Lieutenant Governor of the Northwest Territories. The headdress is a vital cultural piece for the Blackfoot Holy Buffalo Woman Society. This repatriation follows the return of Chief Crowfoot’s regalia last year.

Joset Melting Tallow of the Siksika Nation said, “Its return symbolizes the preservation of our cultural heritage and recognition of our history and traditions.”

A significant moment for Siksika Nation and a step forward in honoring Indigenous heritage! 💖👏

It is an honor to have the  President of Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park, Strater Crowfoot and Vice-President Marsha Wolf-Collar in attendance of this historic event!

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