Woodland Cultural Centre Reopens to Visitors

BRANTFORD – The Woodland Cultural Centre has now re-opened its doors five months after being shuttered due to COVID-19.


Marketing Coordinator, Layla Black says their showpiece art exhibit, the Quilt of Belongings, has been extended.

Woodland Cultural Centre was established in 1972 upon the closure of the Mohawk Institute Residential School. The centre originally focused on collecting artifacts and research to develop its library and museum collections but has since branched into the arts and other programs.

All procedures are in place to keep the public safe.  Ticket bookings and times are made online.  There is a designation of ten people per hour.  Social distancing rules are in place, and masks are mandatory.

The centre will also have an unplugged event coming up with performers from Turtle Island.  The socially distanced concert is already half sold out. The outdoor show will be on the front steps of the Mohawk Institute. Tickets for the unplugged event are on sale at woodlandculturalcentr.ca or the door the day of the event.