Wearing our Identity – The First Peoples Collection
Dates: full year
Duration: 90 minutes
Max. number: 30
Cost: Adults $16, Students $12.50, Seniors $14.50 per person
For the First Peoples, there is a deep connection between clothing and identity. The permanent exhibition Wearing Our Identity – The First Peoples Collection invites visitors to learn about the importance of clothing in the development, preservation and communication of social, cultural, political and spiritual identities of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. A testament to traditions and innovation, their clothing illustrates the balance between ancestral knowledge and contemporary changes in these cultures.
FOR RESERVATIONS, PLEASE PREPARE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION
- The title of activity chosen;
- Three possible dates to facilitate the reservation process;
- Preferred time for your tour, the number of people in your group and the language in which you would like the tour to be conducted;
- Complete contact information for your organization, including email address to enable us to send you a tour confirmation notice.
After making your reservation, you will receive confirmation by email. Please acknowledge receipt to confirm the time of your visit.
For CEGEP or university groups, please plan one group leader for every 15 students; admission is free for the
The minimum rate for 15 people will be charged for groups of fewer than 15 people.
CHANGES AND CANCELLATIONS
Unless you notify us of changes 48 hours before the date of your activity, you will be charged for the number of participants indicated in your reservation.
METHOD OF PAYMENT
On the day of the activity, the person responsible for the group is asked to proceed to the admissions desk to settle payment. The total amount may be paid via invoice or on site via cash or cheque. Please make your cheque payable to the McCord Museum.
A lunch area is available for a fee of $50.
Questions? Get in touch with us!
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
514 861-6701, ext. 1207
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