Visit Ottawa, Canada where there are a wealth of museums, art galleries and historical monuments. A destination that showcases Canada's history and culture. A destination that is home to spring tulips and fall foliage, sweeping parkways and rugged hiking trails. A destination that offers something for everyone.Find out about the Canadian Museum of Civilization, the Canadian War Museum, the National Gallery, and Parliament Hill. Take a tour of the Casino du Lac-Leamy. Find out about Ottawa's many green spaces and government attractions.
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The Best Way to visit The National Capital area of Ottawa and Gatineau is with the Lady Dive Tours. The bilingual guided tours will let you Hop Off at the sites you want to explore and Hop back on as many times throught the day to resume your adventure tour; all this at your own pace. Visit some of the most important sites including museums, parks, galleries, the Byward market, the canadian Aparliament buildings and lots more during this fun, historical and educational 2 hour tour.
Enjoy a Winning Experience at our slots. It is home to 1250 slot machines within a 40,000 square foot, travel-theme gaming area, as well our site offers Live Harness Racing.
It is that time of year again, Ottawa. Haunting Season at Saunders Farm starts September 29th and runs through October 31st. The award-winning family-run destination farm features beautiful hedge mazes, Jumping Pillows, Hayrides, a Barn of Terror, live original stage shows and lots of fun of kids of all ages. Fun by Day Scary by night.
Fort Henry is a living testament to the heritage of Upper Canada. Inscribed as Ontario's only UNESCO World Heritage Site in June of 2007 along with The Rideau Canal and Kingston Fortifications, Fort Henry provides a memorable experience for the intellect and the senses.
The Ottawa Asian Heritage Month Society is a non-profit organization consisting of volunteers who are concerned and passionate about sharing Asian and Asian Canadian heritage with everyone in the National capital region.
Go shopping, browse through boutiques and galleries, listen to street musicians, sit and enjoy a coffee and relax awhile in the colourful and historic ByWard Market.
Explore the world of insects, prehistoric dinosaurs, animals, and the changing face of the earth at the Canadian Museum of Nature.
Lansdowne Park caters to an endless variety of events from trade and consumer shows to spectacular family shows and rock performances; from junior hockey to community events; from national and international competitions to the annual SuperEx.
The National Gallery of Canada is a visual arts museum of international stature. Located in one of the most spectacular sites in Ottawa - along Ottawa's historic ByWard Market. Come explore the largest collection of Canadian art in the world!
Ottawa Little Theatre is a charitable not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization and is financially dependent upon subscribers and their donations for its operation and maintenance.
Ottawa Pocket Opera / OpÃƒÂ©ra de poche d'Ottawa is a non-profit cooperative association designed to make opera more accessible to the general public and to provide performance opportunities for both established local professionals and developing young performers in and from the region.
The Ottawa Symphony Orchestra continues a musical tradition rooted in the nation's capital as far back as 1894. The present OSO came into being in 1965 when the city and its music lovers were experiencing a dry spell in orchestral music. The old Ottawa Philharmonic had come to an end and Ottawa fans had to rely on infrequent visits from the Montreal Symphony Orchestra to satisfy their taste for classical music.
A must see! Great fun for the whole family. When you visit Upper Canada Village you will escape to another place and time. It is modeled on a functioning Upper Canadian village of the 1860s, and is based completely on in-depth historical research.