OTTAWA . . . . CANADA’S CAPITAL REGION
At every turn in Ottawa region, you will discover another point of interest showcasing Canada’s history and culture.
Parliament Hill - a national symbol and the Capital’s most popular tourist attraction.
Rideau Hall - the majestic home of the Governor General, open to the public for tours inside and out.
Byward Market - established in 1826, the market is Canada’s oldest continuously operating farmers’ market.
Rideau Canal - open year-round. During the winter season, it is turned into the world’s longest skating rink.
Canadian Museum of Civilization - celebrate Canada’s past, present and future, including the Canadian Postal Museum, the Children’s Museum and IMAX/OMNIMAX Theatre.
National Gallery of Canada - home to the world’s largest permanent collection of Canadian art and host to major exhibits.
Canadian Museum of Nature - features the workings of our nature world, from dinosaurs to modern-day mammals.
Canadian War Museum - illustrates how conflict has shaped and defined Canada since its birth as a nation to the work of modern peacekeepers.
Canadian Aviation Museum - displays one of the world’s finest collections of vintage and modern aircraft including pieces of the Avro Arrow.
Canada Science and Technology Museum - is a hands-on museum that highlights the secrets of scientific and technological advances.
Royal Canadian Mint - See how collector and investment coins are made.
Visitors can enjoy impressive architecture, interesting exhibits and fascinating tours of the Currency Museum, Supreme Court, National Archives and the National Library. And that’s just a start - the list goes on and on!
Ottawa celebrates in every season! Taste cuisine from around the world, photograph an ice sculpture or listen to a concert under the stars - whatever your interest, you’ll be glad you joined our celebrations of food, music and cultural traditions.
Try your luck at the elegant Casino de Hull, or cheer on one of Ottawa’s professional hockey or baseball teams. The Corel Centre, home to the Ottawa Senators, also presents big-name concerts and skating extravaganzas, while the National Arts Centre plays host to the hundreds of theatre, dance and orchestra performances each year.
Call for a visitor’s package or book your getaway! Ottawa Tourism 1-800-465-1867 or 1-613-237-6822, ext. 123; email at email@example.com for information or to book accommodation contact at firstname.lastname@example.org and check out the website at www.tourottawa.org