Whetung Ojibwa Centre offers a spectacular collection of Native crafts as well as Fine Art, Jewelry, Moccasins, Leather Work, Sculptures and much more from Curve Lake First Nation and across Canada. New and different items are constantly being added to our collection, not everything is shown online. We are a seventh generation family run business focusing on Native Made/ Canadian Made arts and crafts. Everybody who works at Whetung's is a member of Curve Lake First Nation.
We are open everyday. Admission always FREE. Things you will see and experience at Whetung Ojibwa Centre are from all across Canada. We have a Museum, Totem Poles, Sculptures, Headdresses, Moccasins, Dream catcher all within our 10,000 sq ft building.
One visitor described walking into Whetung's as if she were watching the movie Wizard of Oz change from Black and White into Colour! Bring your camera, picnic lunch and enjoy your visit.
Please do not be shy about asking questions we love to speak with people. Whetung Ojibwa Centre is located 160 kilometres northeast of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is easily accessible from East or West via Highways 401 (to 115) or 7.
From Peterborough, take Water Street North to Buckhorn Road to Curve Lake Road.
Travelling by boat? From Buckhorn Lake, dock on Coppaway Point, only a few minutes’ walk from the Gallery.
Fun Fact! Find Waboose Whetung (a 8" doll dress in brown suede with pink fur trim and you get $5 off your purchase or a store credit). Waboose's job is to hide everyday around Whetung's 10,000 sq ft Centre. If you find her grab her and claim your prize!
The Curve Lake Pow Wow takes place only a few minutes’ drive from Whetung Ojibwa Centre. Just turn left at the first intersection beyond the Whetung Gallery and follow the sound of the drums!
We invite you to combine your tour of our gallery with your visit to this spectacular annual event for a day of cultural discovery and pleasant entertainment.