2 Daly Ave., OttawaBuilt around 1871, the municipal centre for the visual and performing arts was formerly the site of the provincial courthouse.
OttawaTrue to its name, the street was originally where the major banks first set up their offices. The promenade stretches
OttawaAlso known as “Old Ottawa South.” Dozens of owner-operated specialty stores, including boutiques that offer hand-crafted giftware, fine furnishings, original
OttawaOriginally an agricultural area, Barrhaven was founded in the 1960s and is now a haven for shoppers, golfers, and nature
OttawaLocated adjacent to the friendly neighbourhood of New Edinburgh, this eclectic shopping district has a broad range of services including
OttawaSince the 1820s, farmers have set up market stalls from which they sell local produce, flowers, jewellery, clothing, and maple
OttawaThe Market has been a centre of commerce since Ottawa was founded in the early 19th century, and local farmers
OttawaSome of Canada’s most esteemed folk music legends are honoured on this downtown strip. Bronzed maple leaf-shaped plaques honour the
Central Experimental Farm, OttawaFounded in 1886, the farm’s land stretches for several hundred acres west of downtown and is designated for agricultural research.
OttawaThe falls can be viewed by crossing the Chaudière Bridge into Gatineau. Long before the arrival of French explorers in
OttawaThe area centred around Somerset Street West is home to Ottawa’s Asian community. The neighbourhood has dozens of restaurants, grocery
100 Tallwood Dr., OttawaTextual and electronic records, rare books, historical publications, maps, plans, microfilms, films, photographs, postcards, documentary art, and corporate memorabilia reveal
1001 Queen Elizabeth Dr., OttawaDuring summer, this man-made lake is a popular water recreation area and watercraft such as canoes, kayaks, and paddle boats
OttawaFind a selection of the biggest names in retail at the Rideau Centre, as well as trendy, independent boutiques in
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
GatineauThe site of Gatineau, Quebec, was known as Wrightstown in the 1800s, after American industrialist Philemon Wright, who set up
OttawaMore than 35,000 hectares of unspoiled land in the Gatineau Hills (part of one of the oldest mountain ranges in
OttawaLocated in Gatineau between the Alexandra and Macdonald-Cartier Bridges, the park has views of the Rideau Falls and the Ottawa
335 Laurier Ave. E., OttawaThis national historic site portrays the lives of two of Canada’s most celebrated prime ministers — Sir Wilfrid Laurier and
395 Wellington St., OttawaExhibitions reflect on Canada’s literary, political, and social history through displays drawn from LAC’s permanent collections. Free.