In addition to these attractions, the government is also responsible for many of the museums that can be found in Ottawa, such as the National Gallery, the Museum of Civilization and the Currency Museum.
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Located at 334 Laurier Avenue East, this house was the residence of two of Canada's Prime Ministers -W.L. Mackenzie King and Sir Wilfrid Laurier. The entire house is open to the public.
Located in Gatineau Park, this Estate was the country home of Prime Minister Mackenzie King. The grounds are open to the public, and you are invited to explore the estate and its vast amounts of interesting history.
Located at 24 Sussex Drive the residence is a stone mansion that is barely visible through the densely treed lot. This house was built in 1866 by mill owner and Member of Parliament, Joseph Merrill Currier, as a wedding gift to his bride Hannah. He called the home, "Gorffwysfa," a Welsh word for place of peace. The home was bought by the government in 1943 and became the official residence for the Prime Minister in 1951.
At 1 Sussex Drive, you will find Rideau Hall. This estate is the official residence of Canada's Governor General. Tours of the Residence: Accompanied by a guide-interpreter, discover the 19th century elegance of the home where Canada welcomes world leaders and honours the accomplishments of Canadians from every part of the country and every walk of life.