Our people have lived on this land forever — our history and culture are deeply connected to it. Come and hear our stories, see the mountains, rivers, and forests through our eyes.
Unique to the SLCC, join an Ambassador for one of our hourly guided tours on the hour from 10am – 4pm. Included with Museum Admission, the hour-long experience includes:
Tuesdays through Sundays – Hourly* from 10 am – 4 pm, with the last tour starting at 3 pm.
Experience our signature tour, “What We Treasure”, delivered by Cultural Ambassadors who share their own stories and first-hand cultural experiences. Throughout this tour your group will view artifacts and hear stories that give an overview of the past and present way of life of the Squamish and Lil’wat peoples. This tour includes a welcome song, short film, and exhibit tour. *What We Treasure Tour will be replaced by the Paddling through the Nations Tour at 11am and 3pm on Thursdays – Sunday until Sept 29th, 2022.
Thursdays through Sundays – 11 am, and 3 pm (In place of the What We Treasure Tour)
Guided by an SLCC Cultural Ambassador, guests will be welcomed with a drum song, and hear storytelling of historic canoes from both the Squamish Nation and Lil’wat Nation and then be introduced to the Community Reconciliation Canoe – Salish summer carving project for 2022. We invite guests to sign their names on the paddle as a symbol of connection to the canoe carving project and their commitment to paddle together in reconciliation.
To learn more visit slcc.ca/community-reconciliation-canoe/
Regular Hours of Operation:
Museum and Gift Shop: Tuesday – Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm (Closed Monday)
Thunderbird Cafe: Tuesday – Sunday, 10 am – 4 pm (Closed Monday)
The Gift Shop is available for online purchases at slcc.ca/shop
Upcoming Operations changes:
Tuesday November 29 – Museum, Gift Shop open, however the Thunderbird Cafe will be closed.
|Child (6-18 yrs.)||$7.00|
|Child (5 under)||$0|
Regular Hours of Operation are Tuesday - Sunday, 10am - 5pm (Closed Monday)
Our Cultural Centre is wheelchair accessible and we have wheelchairs onsite available for guests to use. Please contact the SLCC prior to your visit or ask for the chair at our admissions desk upon arrival.
Exhibit maps are available in French, Chinese, Dutch, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese and Spanish. Request your copy at the admissions desk upon check in.
The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre is located in Whistler, British Columbia, at 4584 Blackcomb Way in Whistler’s Upper Village.
From Vancouver: take Highway 99 (Sea to Sky) north to Whistler. In approx. 100 kms, turn right off Hwy 99 at Lorimer Road into Whistler Village. The SLCC is located at the corner of Lorimer Road and Blackcomb Way, across from Lost Lake Park in Whistler’s Upper Village (approximate driving time: 2 hours).
Please note: For groups or scheduled programs please contact: 604 964 0997.
Limited parking is available onsite off Blackcomb Way; additional parking is available along Blackcomb Way (2 hours max street parking) and in the Day Lots.