399, route 323 North, MontebelloA 15-kilometre roadway travels through 1,500 acres of woodland where free-roaming deer, bears, and other wildlife can be viewed in
Activities & Tours
111 Wellington Street, OttawaVisit the centre stage of Canadian democracy! Free guided tours are available daily, and are offered on a first-come, first-served
OttawaSituated along the Tay River, Perth offers restaurants, art galleries, conservation areas, beautiful heritage buildings, the Perth Museum, a cheese
Mooney's Bay Beach, OttawaHop aboard a pirate ship for a 75-minute outing on the water. Each child gets a pirate name and costume,
2 Rideau St., OttawaStandard, road, off-road, tandem, and youth bikes, as well as add-on trailers for small children available. Also offers escorted tours
1 Sussex Dr., OttawaThe historic official residence of Canada’s Governor General offers guided tours of the gardens, residence, and art collection (schedule changes
23 Front St., RockportOne, two, and three hour 1000 Islands cruises. Passengers view sites such as Boldt Castle, Millionaire’s Row, and Zavikon Island.
OttawaTwice-daily flights take in the sights of the capital and surrounding countryside and finish with a champagne toast upon landing.
301 Wellington St., OttawaLaw students guide visitors through the Canadian judicial system and describe how the Supreme Court deals with legal issues of
46 1/2 Sparks St., OttawaA variety of tours are available, which include stops at the city’s haunted locales, such as the Bytown Museum and
3840 Old Almonte Rd., AlmonteConsidered the region’s lushest garden dedicated to edible and therapeutic plants, this site hosts an annual Herbfest in July, offers
MorrisburgA full-scale re-creation of an 1860s village, the site has a one-room schoolhouse, a bakery, a cheese factory, and a
4750 Fallowfield Rd., OttawaGet up close and personal with the animals at the petting farm, take a ride on the Funny Farm Express,
OttawaOttawa-Gatineau’s bike share program makes for eco-friendly transportation between major landmarks and attractions and offers panoramic views along the region’s
65, ch. Burnside, WakefieldDownhill and night skiing on 17 runs with five lifts. Also on site: ski and snowboard rentals and certified ski
WakefieldLocated on the banks of the Gatineau River, 30 kilometres north of Ottawa, Wakefield was once a bustling lumber settlement.