Ottawa, Ontario

Ottawa celebrates its Canadian heritage through its graceful Parliament buildings, national landmarks, acclaimed museums and cultural festivals. Cruise, kayak or canoe down the picturesque Rideau Cana, or stroll along its parks and trails. During the winter months it turns into the Rideau Canal Skateway, the world’s largest skating rink. There’s something for every preference from the National Arts Centre and Casino du Lac-Leamy, to the Calypso Waterpark and the Aviation and Space Museum.


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Delta Ottawa City Centre - Moderate

Come see our national capital in all of its glory. Our downtown Ottawa hotel's prime location puts the entire city at your fingertips. Guests are within walking distance of a whole host of entertainment, cultural and artistic venues.

Fairmont Chateau Laurier - Deluxe

Reflecting the confidence, dignity and style of Canada's capital city, Fairmont Château Laurier stands as a testament to this dynamic, thriving city. Located next door to the Parliament Buildings, the landmark Fairmont Château Laurier hotel in Ottawa is a magnificent limestone edifice with turrets and masonry reminiscent of a French château. This luxury hotel in Ottawa enchants guests with its charm and stateliness.

Lord Elgin Hotel

Lord Elgin is one of the most centrally located downtown Ottawa hotels, just a stone’s throw away from the Rideau Canal and Confederation Park. Stay with us and you’ll discover the most alluring and captivating parts of Ottawa, Canada’s beautiful capital city

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Fairmont Chateau Laurier - Deluxe

Reflecting the confidence, dignity and style of Canada's capital city, Fairmont Château Laurier stands as a testament to this dynamic, thriving city. Located next door to the Parliament Buildings, the landmark Fairmont Château Laurier hotel in Ottawa is a magnificent limestone edifice with turrets and masonry reminiscent of a French château. This luxury hotel in Ottawa enchants guests with its charm and stateliness.

Canadian Museum of Nature

 

Admission to the Canadian War Museum

An entirely new and must-see attraction, this national museum presents Canada’s military past and how it shaped the country. Its outstanding exhibitions explain Canada’s rich military history from earliest times to the present, featuring the experiences of people on the battlefields and at home.

Gray Line Discover the Capital & Cruise

Experience the Nation’s Capital from both land and water. This excursion provides you with a complete tour experience of the Nation’s Capital from all avenues.

Gray Line Discover the Capital 1 Day Pass with Hop-On / Hop-Off

Experience Ottawa’s original and most comprehensive Hop On Hop Off City Tour aboard either London-style open top Double Deckers or turn of the century Trolleys.

Admission to the Canadian Museum of History

The Canadian Museum of History has roughly 25,000 square meters (270,000 sq. ft.) of display space, spread over four floors in its Museum Building (formerly the Glacier Wing). The galleries house a mix of permanent and changing exhibits. Also in this wing is an IMAX ® theatre.

Ottawa Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour

Your guide will pick you up at the train station of Kortrijk at 9am, this is to avoid traffic jams in Ghent. After the tour you will be brought at your hotel in Ghent. You will then head towards Messines where you will stand near the Memorial to the New Zealand Corps on the slope of the little town. You will go to the Visitor Center on Messines square near the statue of the New Zealand Soldier unveiled on ANZAC Day 1915. You will stand in the crypt, under the church of Messines, where Hitler was during his service in WW1. Near the church is a memorial to Samuel Frickelton who won the Victoria Cross during the battle after taking 2 machine gun positions. From there we are driving towards one of the 19 mine craters, the "Pool Of Peace" crater.

Time for lunch, an omelet, a sandwich or soup with a drink are included in the tour.

You will now going to Nine Elms Cemetery near Poperinge, the place where David Gallaher is buried, he was one of the "All Black". You are now going to Zonebeke and Passendale visiting Tyne Cot Militay Cemetery and Memorial, it is the largest CWGC cemetery in Europe. From Tyne Cot going to Gravenstafel, where David Gallaher was killed during the Battle of Passendale, and to the German Cemetery in Langemark.

It is now time to drive towards Ypres, Claude, your guide will show you the Cloth Hall, the Cathedral, St George"s Memorial Church. you will have some free time in town before attending the Last Post Ceremony at the Menin Gate.

After the Last Post around 20:20 I will bring you back at your accommodation.

Ottawa City Hop-on Hop-off Tour

Your guide will pick you up at the train station of Kortrijk at 9am, this is to avoid traffic jams in Ghent. After the tour you will be brought at your hotel in Ghent. You will then head towards Messines where you will stand near the Memorial to the New Zealand Corps on the slope of the little town. You will go to the Visitor Center on Messines square near the statue of the New Zealand Soldier unveiled on ANZAC Day 1915. You will stand in the crypt, under the church of Messines, where Hitler was during his service in WW1. Near the church is a memorial to Samuel Frickelton who won the Victoria Cross during the battle after taking 2 machine gun positions. From there we are driving towards one of the 19 mine craters, the "Pool Of Peace" crater.

Time for lunch, an omelet, a sandwich or soup with a drink are included in the tour.

You will now going to Nine Elms Cemetery near Poperinge, the place where David Gallaher is buried, he was one of the "All Black". You are now going to Zonebeke and Passendale visiting Tyne Cot Militay Cemetery and Memorial, it is the largest CWGC cemetery in Europe. From Tyne Cot going to Gravenstafel, where David Gallaher was killed during the Battle of Passendale, and to the German Cemetery in Langemark.

It is now time to drive towards Ypres, Claude, your guide will show you the Cloth Hall, the Cathedral, St George"s Memorial Church. you will have some free time in town before attending the Last Post Ceremony at the Menin Gate.

After the Last Post around 20:20 I will bring you back at your accommodation.

$2,499

Capitol to Capitol

13 Days - From $2,499

Toronto > Niagara Falls, ON > Ottawa > Montreal > New York City > Philadelphia > Washington, DC

Travel from Canada’s largest city to America’s Nations Capital on this 13-day journey. Travel by way of VIA Rail and Amtrak to visit several amazing and historic cities across Eastern Canada and the United States. Visit the majestic Niagara Falls, stop in Canada’s Capital of Ottawa, and enjoy the diverse culture of Montreal. From there you will head to the bright lights of New York City! After taking in all of the wonderful and fun of New York you will continue on to Philadelphia before ending in Washington, DC!

$199

Ottawa Getaway

3 Days - From $199

Ottawa, ON

Canada’s nation’s capital is steeped in rich history and culture. Step back in time to the days of old as you explore around the city. Visit the Canadian Museum of History and learn about the history of the country dating back to the 1800s. Also take time to stop by the Canadian War Museum where you will learn about Canada’s military history. Also use the hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tour to visit Parliament Hill, the Notre-Dame Basilica, and the Canadian Aviation Museum.

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