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
30 Block House Island Rd., BrockvilleCruise at speeds of up to 45 mph on one- and two-hour sightseeing cruises aboard the WildCat, which include a
OttawaAward-winning guides narrate as you pass Ottawa’s major sites on a daily, continuous, circular route in London-style double deckers or
90 Wellington St., OttawaYear-round outdoor self-guided tour around Parliament Hill. Free booklets available at the Capital Information Kiosk across from Parliament Hill (90
OttawaDaily sightseeing tours of downtown Ottawa aboard a “hop on-hop off” double decker bus. Also available: “Discover the Capital” tour
OttawaGuided walking tours of the city’s most interesting neighbourhoods and attractions. No reservations necessary. Call or see website for meeting
59 Sparks St., OttawaBilingual excursions on both land and water aboard an amphibus, or “hop on-hop off” tours aboard either double decker or
895, rue Jacques-Cartier, GatineauPrivate charters of the Ottawa River aboard a two-level, 19th century style steam-driven paddlewheeler. Bar facility, dance floor, washrooms on
24 Murray St., OttawaRickshaw tours include the downtown core and ByWard Market, specializing in historical, capital, and “Perfect Date” tours. Available September to
100 Florence St., OttawaTwo-hour guided walking tours of the downtown core by local guides give visitors a unique glimpse of Ottawa’s history, including
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
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