Nebenaigoching Heritage Inc., operating G'zhe Anishinaabek Heritage & Tourism Centre

Tourism Region: Algoma District

An aboriginal operated and owned collection of over 25,000 artifacts and ethnographic items from Sault Ste.Marie and Algoma District.



Site 188 Box 18
Batchawana Bay, Ontario
P0S 1A0

Telephone: 705-882-1500
Fax: 705-882-1327

Email Us

Hours of Operation

Operations: By Appointment • Seasonal

museum gallery of artefacts, photos, and historical info
interactive ceremonial activities, group tours, education programs

Open: Phone to book a private tour outside public hours

Open Mon.- Sat, May 24 - Oct.15, 10 am to 4pm .

Closed: Sunday
Statutory holidays and three weeks christmas break.

Administration fees

Admission: Free

Discounts: Groups • Seniors • Students • CMA members

About Collections

Ojibwe & Iroquois First Nation, aboriginal artefacts indigenous to the Sault Ste. Marie area dated 2,500- 6,000 years old

Approximate number of objects in the collections: 25,000


Prints and Drawings • Photographs

Decorative Arts

military medals made from trade silver, beaded items circa 1812.

Ceramics, Porcelain or Pottery • Metalwork, Silverwork or Goldwork • Textiles or Tapestries

Fine Arts

native artwork, paintings

Aboriginal or First Nations • European

Contemporary • Historical

Painting • Photography • Prints and Drawings

Human History

Archaeological Objects • Ceremonial Objects • Fisheries • Maps, Charts, Plans or Blueprints • Medals • Oral History • Performing Arts • Imaging : Photographs

Services & Activities

Research Services

Archival Records • Conservation or Restoration • Information Centre • Object or Scientific specimen identification

Educational Programs

1. school tours of museum collection
2. professional museum education kits in progress for loan to Algoma School District
3. in class presentation, demonstration

Classes or Workshops • Demonstrations • Internships • Lectures • Seniors Programs • Professional Development • School Programs : Age 0-4 (Pre-School) : Age 5-11 (k-6) : Age 12-17 (7-13)(Quebec: Secondary 1-CEGEP) : Age 18 and up (Post-Secondary)

Visitor Services

Guided Tours : English • Accessible by Public Transportation • Children's Activities or Services : Playground : Nursing area or Change Table • Information Centre or Desk • Parking Facilities : Free : Bus • Gift shop • Washrooms • Special Needs Facilities : Parking : Washrooms : Wheelchair access

Volunteer Services

Volunteer Training Offered

Number of Volunteers: 2

Activities: Assiting Curator with presentations, events & interpretive gallery, visitor information

Food Services

traditional aboriginal food sampling at special events

Other Services

historical photo restoration