2940 Old Montreal Rd., OttawaSituated on a 25-hectare site, this living history museum features costumed characters who recreate life in a 1920s and 1930s
Art Galleries & Museums
245 Sparks St., OttawaDue to renovations of the Bank of Canada’s head office facility, the Currency Museum is closed for a three-year period.
120, rue Principale, GatineauAn intimate showing space with a focus on crafts. Open daily.
1255 Wellington St. W., OttawaLocated on the second floor of the food shop Thyme & Again, this gallery features emerging and established Canadian visual
Country Rd. 2, KingstonThe fortification’s wooden gates are the portal to 19th-century military life. This portion of the Rideau Canal UNESCO World Heritage
1701 Woodroffe Ave., OttawaOwned and operated by the Foyer Gallery Artists’ Association and the City of Ottawa. Open Tuesday to Sunday. Closed Mondays.
150 St. Patrick St., OttawaLocated close to the ByWard Market in a heritage Victorian residence, formerly the home of a woodcarver who worked on
1 Rideau St., OttawaHere, you’ll find Canadian historical and contemporary fine art, an extensive collection of original Inuit carvings from Baffin Island and
26 Sully Rd., WakefieldEstablished by ceramic artists David McKenzie and Maureen Marcotte. The gallery features their works as well as solo exhibitions by
25, rue Laurier, Gatineau, GatineauThis gallery exhibits local, Canadian, and foreign artists throughout the year. Open Sunday, noon to 4pm; Monday to Friday, 9am
293 Dalhousie St., OttawaLocated in the ByWard Market, this gallery represents exclusively contemporary Canadian artists and focuses particularly on paintings, works on paper,
51B Young St., OttawaA non-profit, accessible, inclusive, artist-run centre dedicated to the presentation and circulation of contemporary visual and media arts. Open Tuesday
495 Sussex Dr., OttawaBoutique gallery featuring original oil paintings by Canadian landscape artist Gordon Harrison, as well as other established landscape artists. Commission
110 Laurier Ave. W., OttawaNamed for photographer Yousuf Karsh and painter Henri Masson, this gallery displays the works of Canadian and international artists in
1771 St. Laurent Blvd., OttawaThis gallery represents over 175 established and emerging Canadian artists, including Valerie Butters, Maya Eventov, and Dominik Modlinski. It is one
13 Murray St., OttawaDistinctive contemporary jewellery, sculptural objects, and functional pieces in glass, ceramic, fine metals, and other media are on display here.
67 Beechwood Ave., OttawaThis gallery promotes the work of francophone artists in Eastern Ontario. Open Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 4pm. Closed Sunday
855, blvd. de la Gappe, GatineauThis cultural centre houses a gallery and a performance space (Salle Odyssée). Open Monday to Friday, 1pm to 5pm; Saturday and
3 Rosamond St. E., AlmonteLocated in the annex of the former Rosamond Woolen Company, this National Historic Site of Canada presents exhibits and events
380 Sussex Dr., OttawaA soaring structure of glass and granite, this internationally renowned institution houses 36,000 works of art, 125,000 images of contemporary