the only problem is the photo bann. it is a great location other then that and I got a lot of complements. We sometimes go back to visit
It's just a beautiful place to visit. The history is fascinating. The grounds are lovely. My granddaughter loved it too! Just one block away from Woodland Cultural Centre which we also visited.
a unique historic site. the queen has visited the church. i live in Brantford and go annually to touch the past and realize that without the support of the Six Nations in the war of 1812 - there would likely not be a Canada. even without the royal connection , the building is a preserved link to our history.
After checking TripAdvisor for worthwhile activities in Brantford, we decided to make the Mohawk Chapel our first stop. It turned out to be well worth the drive and the time invested. There's no admission fee to tour the chapel and the grounds. If you'd like a guided historical tour, several young ladies will assist for a $5 donation. Pay the... 更多
Was here on May 22 and it is an historic church One of the earliest in Ontario We took the tour for 5 dollars but you dont have to The stain glass windows are amazing showing the Native American history In the graveyard Joseph Brant is buried here The girls that did the tour were very good and friendly and... 更多
Many people have entered the doors of this special historical chapel--persons of royalty, celebrity and political position, it was also the place of worship of the Mohawk Residential School children. This is the final resting place of the celebrated and controversial War Chief and native loyalist, Joseph Brant. The chapel windows show a colourful pictorial story of Six Nations, vital... 更多
The chapel itself is an historic landmark, it is very very small, and is rarely open, you may have to google it to find out what the hours are that it is open, the Queen of England has visited this chapel of the Mohawks herself, it is steeped in Native American history, it is situated along mohawk road in brantford,... 更多
Great little church, it's a really fast tour but it's part of Brantford and Canada's history. Even to just drive by and snap a picture of it is worthwhile.
We attended a Christmas church service which included prayers and hymns in both English and in the Mohawk language. Amazing history here. Stunning stain glass windows, designed by a local artist and then constructed in Europe, tell that history in vibrant colours. Photography is not allowed inside the church, that must be respected. I really enjoyed the visit and meeting... 更多
We attended a wedding in the chapel and afterwards we spoke to the minister who gave us a lot of information regarding the chapel. The next time we visit Brantford it is our plan to visit again and and learn more about its history and restoration plans.