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24 Sussex Drive
24 Sussex Drive

24 Sussex Drive, originally called Gorffwysfa and usually referred to simply as 24 Sussex, is the official residence of the Prime Minister of Canada, located in the New Edinburgh neighbourhood of Ottawa, Ontario.

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Andrew Haydon Park
Andrew Haydon Park

Andrew Haydon Park is a park on the Ottawa River in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is situated on Carling Avenue at Holly Acres Road.There is a bandshell for outdoor concerts and a picnic area. The Nepean Sailing Club is located nearby at Dick Bell Park.

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Bytown Museum
Bytown Museum

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ByWard Market
ByWard Market

ESTABLISHED by Lt-Col. John By in 1826, the ByWard Market is one of Canada's oldest and largest public markets. The legendary builder of the Rideau Canal, Colonel By himself laid out the street plan of the Market, designating George Street and York Street to be extra wide to accommodate the creation of a public market and gathering place.

Calypso Park
Calypso Park

What companies run services between Ottawa, ON, Canada and Calypso Park, ON, Canada? Greyhound Canada operates a bus from Ottawa to Calypso Park 3 times a week. Tickets cost $9 - $25 and the journey takes 47 min.

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Canada Agriculture and Food Museum
Canada Agriculture and Food Museum

It’s time to celebrate! The Canada Agriculture and Food Museum is highlighting Canada’s birthday with lots of exciting activities for the whole family. Admission will be free on July 1.

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Canada Aviation and Space Museum
Canada Aviation and Space Museum

Canada Aviation and Space Museum ... The Museum is your Canada Day Destination for Family Fun! ... Canada Aviation and Space Museum 11 Aviation Parkway Ottawa, ON K1K 4Y5

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Canada Science and Technology Museum
Canada Science and Technology Museum

Canada Science and Technology Museum The Art of the Brick The Museum is thrilled to announce a BRICK-buster exhibition – coming to Ottawa from May 16 to September 3, 2018.

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Canadian Children's Museum
Canadian Children's Museum

The Canadian Children’s Museum is located inside the Canadian Museum of History. Admission Fees to the Canadian Museum of History include access to the Children’s Museum, special exhibitions and to all the Museum’s galleries.

Canadian Museum of History
Canadian Museum of History

Canadian Museum of History Home page. Special Exhibition ... The Canadian History Hall. Share. Buy Tickets. Membership. Donate. Today's Hours. 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM. See ...

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Canadian Museum of Nature
Canadian Museum of Nature

Home page of nature.ca, ... move your body at Nature Nocturne – Ottawa's coolest night out! ... Canadian Museum of Nature: ...

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Canadian War Museum
Canadian War Museum

Canadian War Museum Home page. Exhibition ... Special Exhibition Ready to Serve – Canadian Panoramic Photographs of the First World War. Until Sep 16, 2018. Learn ...

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Casino du Lac-Leamy
Casino du Lac-Leamy

Book a Casino du Lac-Leamy Getaway package to receive $15 in FREE slot machine promotional credits. Take Lady Luck for a night on the town. Located in Gatineau, a short 10-minute drive from Parliament Hill, Casino du Lac-Leamy presents a lively evening out with your friends.

Centennial Flame
Centennial Flame

The flame itself is located within the centre of the monument and burns natural gas allowing it to burn through harsh Ottawa winters. The primary materials of the monument are red Canadian granite and bronze.

CFS Carp
CFS Carp

<p><b>Canadian Forces Station Carp</b> is a former <a href="/pages/w/107480665948163">Canadian</a> military facility located in the rural farming community of <a href="/pages/w/102547203134318">Carp</a>, <a href="/pages/w/105607439473127">Ontario</a>, approximately 30km west of <a href="/pages/w/106147952750417">downtown Ottawa</a>.</p><p>CFS Carp was decommissioned in 1994.

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Champlain Lookout
Champlain Lookout

Champlain Lookout, Gatineau Park, Québec West end of Promenade Champlain, Gatineau Park, PQ. View to west from Champlain Lookout, Gatineau Park. Photo by B. Halfkenny. This location provides a magnificent overview of the Ottawa Valley (Ottawa-Bonnechere Graben).

Chaudière Falls
Chaudière Falls

The Chaudière Falls and Chaudière Island in 1838 before damming. Samuel de Champlain is the first recorded European to label the falls, chaudière, (which the English for a time would call 'Big Kettle') during his 1613 voyage along the Ottawa River.

Commissioners Park
Commissioners Park

Commissioners Park in Ottawa is home to the Capital’s most dazzling display of tulips. Follow the winding pathways, and take in the explosion of colour in gardens filled with over 300,000 tulips. In summer, the tulips are replaced by thousands of annual flowers, which create beautiful scenic views with Dows Lake in the background.

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Confederation Park
Confederation Park

Confederation Park is one of the 'Capital' parks in Ottawa maintained by the National Capital Commission. It is an urban park, with paved pathways, monuments and an open lawn on the eastern side for gatherings.

Confederation Square
Confederation Square

Confederation Square, Ottawa: See 56 reviews, articles, and 58 photos of Confederation Square, ranked No.56 on TripAdvisor among 291 attractions in Ottawa.

Dominion Arboretum
Dominion Arboretum

The Dominion Arboretum is located at the Central Experimental Farm of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Originally begun in 1889 the Arboretum covers about 26 ha of rolling land between Prince of Wales Drive, Dow's Lake and the Rideau Canal. Carleton University is located at the opposite side of the Canal.

Dow's Lake
Dow's Lake

Dows Lake Pavilion, Ottawa: See 171 reviews, articles, and 97 photos of Dows Lake Pavilion, ranked No.42 on TripAdvisor among 292 attractions in Ottawa.

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Fitzroy Provincial Park
Fitzroy Provincial Park

Great family camping park with large campsites; ... Stay at the park and explore the Ottawa Valley or visit the nation’s capital ... Fitzroy Harbour

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Funhaven
Funhaven

Funhaven is Ottawa's best entertainment centre and party destination for family activities, birthday parties and corporate events. With attractions including laser tag, climbing walls, bumper cars and video arcade, Funhaven delivers Ottawa's most fun.

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Haunted Walk of Ottawa
Haunted Walk of Ottawa

A haunted walk of Ottawa is a great way to see some sites and learn about historical facts and stories of Canada’s Capital.

Hog's Back Falls
Hog's Back Falls

Book your tickets online for Hog's Back Falls, Ottawa: See 395 reviews, articles, and 156 photos of Hog's Back Falls, ranked No.18 on TripAdvisor among 292 attractions in Ottawa.

Hog's Back Park
Hog's Back Park

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Jacques Cartier Park
Jacques Cartier Park

Jacques-Cartier Park Jacques-Cartier Park, located on Laurier Street in Gatineau, extends over 22.68 hectares, and offers breathtaking views of the Ottawa River and Rideau Falls. As one of the Capital’s main event parks, it hosts national festivities such as Canada Day and Winterlude.

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King Mountain Trail
King Mountain Trail

King Mountain. Hike up Gatineau Park’s King Mountain Trail, and take in the spectacular view of the Ottawa River Valley. The 1.9-kilometre King Mountain Trail has interpretation panels and 10 lookouts.

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Laurier House
Laurier House

Laurier House National Historic Site commemorates two of Canada's most notable prime ministers, Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie King. For over fifty years, from 1897 to 1948, the house occupied a central position in the political life of Canada, as the place of residence of Laurier and, after his death, of Mackenzie King.

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Leamy Lake
Leamy Lake

Leamy Lake (in French: Lac Leamy) is a lake in the Hull sector of Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. The lake is located just to the south of the Gatineau River, and just west of the Ottawa River, and is linked to both of them with flowing in from the Gatineau and exiting to the Ottawa.

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Meech Lake
Meech Lake

Meech Lake is within easy driving distance (20 mins) of downtown Ottawa. It has two beaches, I prefer the second, further beach (Blanchet) because the parking is closer to the beach and it is better for distance (open water) swimming.

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Mer Bleue Conservation Area
Mer Bleue Conservation Area

The Mer Bleue sector in Ottawa is one of the most outstanding natural features of the Greenbelt. The 6,742-hectare conservation area has a northern ecosystem that is more typical of the Arctic than of the Ottawa Valley.

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Mooney's Bay
Mooney's Bay

Canoe Bay community at Mooney's Bay, Ottawa. Multiple housing options - apartments, flats, one and two storey town homes, retail, retirement residence with assisted living.

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Mooney's Bay Park
Mooney's Bay Park

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National Gallery of Canada
National Gallery of Canada

The National Gallery of Canada strives to provide Canadians with a sense of identity and pride in Canada’s rich visual arts heritage and to make art accessible, meaningful and vital to diverse audiences of all ages.

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National War Memorial
National War Memorial

The National War Memorial in Ottawa was originally built to commemorate Canada's sacrifice in the First World War (1914–18). It now honours all of Canada's war dead. Sacrifices made in the journey from war to peace are symbolized by a series of bronze figures emerging through a great arch. Overhead, two figures symbolize peace and freedom.

Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica
Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica

The Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica is a Roman Catholic minor basilica in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada located on 385 Sussex Drive in the Lower Town neighbourhood. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1990.

Ornamental Gardens, Ottawa,
Ornamental Gardens, Ottawa,

Welcome to Gardens Ottawa. As a capital city, Ottawa boasts many attractions, historic buildings, landmarks and famous sites. Ottawa is also a garden city with over 140 public gardens, linked in the city centre by the Rideau Canal (a UNESCO World Heritage site) and the Ottawa River and scattered throughout the urban and rural landscape of the larger city area.

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Ottawa City Hall
Ottawa City Hall

We want to hear your input on city projects, programs and services that affect your daily life.

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Parliament Hill
Parliament Hill

Parliament Hill The centrepiece of Ottawa’s downtown landscape, Parliament Hill is the political and cultural heart of the city. The Parliament Buildings sit atop the Hill, the gorgeous Gothic-style structures overlooking the Ottawa River, as the politicians within debate the present and future issues of the country.

Peace Tower
Peace Tower

The Peace Tower (in French: Tour de Paix), also known as the Tower of Victory and Peace (in French: tour de Victoire et de Paix), is a focal bell and clock tower sitting on the central axis of the Centre Block of the Canadian parliament buildings in Ottawa, Ontario.

Peacekeeping Monument
Peacekeeping Monument

Peacekeeping Monument, Ottawa: See 47 reviews, articles, and 35 photos of Peacekeeping Monument, ranked No.78 on TripAdvisor among 292 attractions in Ottawa.

Petrie Island
Petrie Island

Petrie Island and the road was closed for 60 days. Beavers were very active during the flooding, debarking many large Cottonwood trees, many of these trees were in higher elevations where the Beavers would not normally be able to reach them.

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Pink Lake
Pink Lake

Pink Lake is Gatineau Park’s most outstanding lake, because of its unusual makeup. Of rare beauty, the lake and its surroundings offer the opportunity to relax while learning about the ecology of the site.

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Pirate Adventures
Pirate Adventures

Ahoy Maties! Come to Pirate Adventures for Birthday Parties, Family Cruises, corporate events, team building, field trips, or other customized adventures.

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Rideau Canal
Rideau Canal

Rideau Canal – A UNESCO World Heritage Site If you’re coming to Ottawa, a visit to the historic Rideau Canal is a must! Snaking and making its way gracefully through Ottawa’s charming downtown core, “the canal” as it’s known locally, is the heart beat of Canada’s Capital in any season.

Rideau Falls
Rideau Falls

Book your tickets online for Rideau Falls, Ottawa: See 168 reviews, articles, and 96 photos of Rideau Falls, ranked No.35 on TripAdvisor among 291 attractions in Ottawa.

Rideau Hall
Rideau Hall

Rideau Hall is the official residence and workplace of every governor general since 1867. This national historic site, situated in an idyllic 79-acre urban oasis, is located only a few minutes from downtown Ottawa and Gatineau.

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The Bank of Canada Museum
The Bank of Canada Museum

The Bank of Canada has unveiled a new bank note featuring Viola Desmond—the first woman, other than royalty, to be featured on a regular circulation Canadian bank note. This new bank note provides a wonderful opportunity to explore the concept of historical significance.

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