In appreciation of their allegiance to the British Empire during the American Revolution and the War of 1812, Queen Victoria began an annual tradition of giving gifts to the Six Nations community. The custom ended with Victoria’s death in 1901. In 1924, however, the council of the Six Nations decided to revive the practice, with gifts of bread and cheese, as a commemoration of the close ties between Six Nations and the British Crown.
|18-May||Saturday||Toonie Day, All rides $2||12||8|
Sorry… Family Passes are not available for this Event