Ktunaxa Interpretive Centre
Operated by the Ktunaxa Nation Council, the Interpretive Centre is where the Ktunaxa people come together to give visitors a taste of their rich heritage, mythology and culture.
Guests are welcome to stop by to view the many historic artifacts, contemporary art, archival photographs and displays containing examples of traditional stone, bead, hide, and wood and cloth work. Learn about the everyday life of the Ktunaxa, and discover the renowned horsemanship and canoe-making of these unique and resourceful people.
There’s also a section devoted to the history of the St. Eugene Mission. Here you can also watch an emotional documentary containing the personal stories of Ktunaxa students who were forced to leave their families and attend the church-run Residential School.
Located on the lower level of the Resort, admission is by donation.