“Displays the past and present culture of the Northern Tutchone people”
The Tagé Cho Hudän Interpretive Centre showcases the past and present culture of the Northern Tutchone with many fascinating exhibits. Indoor features include a moose skin boat, a dug-out canoe, a rare collection of stone and bone tools, a beaded slipper collection, and traditional outfits. Outdoors, visitors will find a walking trail through several First Nation outdoor displays. The centre is home to the world's only mammoth snare diorama! The staff conducts guided tours in an oral tradition. Visitors are encouraged to listen to the stories and information, and learn about the culture and exhibits.
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Tage Cho Hudan Interpretive Centre
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