Ottawa offers many other interesting attractions other than museums and galleries. Here we have put together a few places that many people visit and love. We will be adding more as they become available.
from these Ottawa Other Attraction listings:
Circling through the heart of Canada's Capital Region, Confederation Boulevard links an exciting series of sites and attractions in the Capital, including Parliament Hill, the National Gallery of Canada, Supreme Court of Canada, Canadian Museum of Civilization and more. Info: (613) 239-5000
The world's only monument that honours peacekeepers is located across from the National Gallery of Canada at the corner of Sussex Drive and St. Patrick Street. This monument symbolizes the hope for peace in the world and is a beautiful structure. Honouring Canadians who have served in the United Nations Peacekeeping Forces, this monument depicts three peacekeepers standing on walls above the debris of war. Before them, a grove of young trees symbolizes peace.
Located in the centre of Confederation Square at the intersection of Wellington, Sparks, and Elgin Streets (across from the Chateau Laurier) stands the National War Memorial. The monument is a symbol of the passing of war into peace.
Animals and humans come together in harmony in this large wild animal park. As you travel a 10-km path in your vehicle, you will discover many species of wild animals in their natural habitat.
Our multi-purpose venue accommodates to and endless variety of events from national & international sporting events to spectacular concerts; from an ever expanding list of trade & consumer shows to the annual exhibition. Lansdowne Park has drawn over 63 million visitors since it opened in 1967. Directions: Located Geographically In The Center Of Ottawa, Lansdowne Park can be accessed via Bank Street or at the back of the park by Queen Elizabeth Drive. Business Hours: Business hours not specified, please call the establishment.
Founded in 1855, the oldest parish in Ottawa serving English-speaking Catholics was completed in 1875.
The Ottawa Congress Centre is 84,000+ square feet of modern meeting space surrounded by the sites, attractions, excitement, and amenities of downtown Ottawa, Canada's Capital... The only dedicated meeting facility in the city, the Centre offers convention and event planners flexible and varied spaces: the Executive Boardroom for regional or executive meetings of 10 to 20 people; the 66,000 square foot Congress Hall level for large-scale conventions, trade and consumer shows including dinners of 2,000 and 5,000-delegate plenary sessions; the 12,524 square foot Capital Hall level with up to nine different rooms for smaller workshops and break-out sessions.
An oasis of entertainment just five minutes from Parliament Hill, the Casino du Lac-Leamy offers over 1800 slot machines as well as 64 gaming tables including Texas Hold'em poker.
Scotiabank Place is the Ottawa region’s premier sports and entertainment venue. Located 15 minutes west of downtown Ottawa, the 19,153-seat venue has played host to some of the world’s most popular performers including Bruce Springsteen, U2, Elton John, Bon Jovi, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, and the best in family entertainment.