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TransCanada Highway and Morley Rd. Exit 131
Morley, AB


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The Chiniki Cultural Centre provides a complete educational and experiential First Nations experience in food, art, music, history, culture and storytelling. 

Open year-round, guests can experience firsthand the richness of Chiniki culture upon walking through the front doors of the Centre. The cultural exhibits, a self-guided tour, reflects on Chiniki history, language, and way of life, and includes artifacts donated by nation members. Indigenous art, handiwork and clothing are showcased in the gallery shop, produced by members of the Chiniki, Stoney Nakoda and Treaty 7 First Nations. Stones Restaurant serves up First Nations Inspired cuisine, with menu items crafted from traditional recipes passed down from generation to generation. 

End a visit with a tour of the Tipis Encampment, where experiential activities and workshops are guided by Chiniki Elders and nation members. 

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  • 100% Non-smoking
  • Casual dining
  • Coach parking
  • Debit Card/Interac
  • Eco-friendly
  • Family friendly
  • Group booking
  • Internet - Wireless - Rooms
  • MC
  • Recycle
  • Reservations recommended
  • Restaurant
  • Visa
  • Wheelchair access


Open year-round. Exhibit area 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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