OttawaLining the banks of the Mississippi River, Almonte was once a thriving textiles centre. The town boasts beautiful architecture, a textiles
ChelseaAs the main entryway to Gatineau Park, the picturesque village of Chelsea offers visitors cafés and restaurants, a bakery, and
1373 Ogilvie Rd., OttawaOttawa’s largest and safest indoor playground is where kids are encouraged to crawl, bounce, slide and explore in this clean,
5305 Bank St., OttawaA zoo experience like no other, with over 150 animals on display, including massive alligators, huge pythons, cobras, rattlesnakes, and
MerrickvilleSteeped in Victoriana, Merrickville’s architecture and location on the banks of the Rideau Canal are the town’s main attractions. During
2477 Kaladar Ave., OttawaIndulge in 24.000 sq. ft. of indoor activities – a giant jungle gym, bumper cars, mini golf, bowling lanes, video
OttawaA source for recommendations on what to do and where to stay, eat, and shop in rural Ottawa.
County Rd. 19, WendoverExperience the exotic world of wildlife — visit lions, tigers, monkeys, bears, wolves, snow leopards, and more. Picnic area, nature
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
OttawaSituated along the Tay River, Perth offers restaurants, art galleries, conservation areas, beautiful heritage buildings, the Perth Museum, a cheese
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
WakefieldLocated on the banks of the Gatineau River, 30 kilometres north of Ottawa, Wakefield was once a bustling lumber settlement.