Visit Three of Canada’s favorite cities and experience eastern Canada at it’s finest. The Capital region offers a variety of learning experiences while visiting the nation’s decision-making focal point. Montreal and Quebec offer a glimpse into French Canadian culture with tours of renowned historical buildings and parks.
This five day, four night tour is a living lesson of some of Canada’s important events. An experienced tour guide will make your trip seamless and carefree as you travel through three cities in this incredible tour with transportation to and from each city especially reserved for your group.
There is a lot going on in Ottawa, but no visit is complete without a stop at the ‘Hill’ and the Peace Tower. Parliament Hill is home to year-round celebrations and ceremonies as well as the country’s government. Students will see first hand where the decisions that concern all Canadians are made, as well as see some amazing artwork while taking a tour of this historical landmark. While there, students will stop at the Peace Tower, the focal bell and clock tower, sitting on the central axis of the Centre Block of the parliament buildings. A visit to the Museum of Civilization and the War Museum will give a new perspective on human and military history as well as an appreciation for stunning art. A bike ride through the city’s heart will offer unique learning experiences as you explore the diverse neighborhoods of Canada’s Capital Region.
In Montreal, Canada’s melting pot, a tour of Notre Dame Basilica will give visitors an appreciation as well an understanding of the history and importance of devotion in the city. The spectacular paintings and sculptures held within are unforgettable and breathtaking. Pointe-à-Calliere Archaeology Museum brings you back into the rich history of the city. A tour of the Olympic Tower gives students a close up view of the world’s tallest inclined tower as well as a unique view of the city. While at the Olympic Parc, a visit to the Biodome will make it seem like you’ve visited the America’s in the four distinct eco-systems housed within.
A visit Quebec City will feel like a visit to France. As a Unesco Heritage site, a tour of the picturesque Old Town is like walking through a living museum of cobblestone streets, museums and café’s. A tour of the Citadelle, the largest British fortress built in North America will give your students the opportunity to see first hand an active military garrison. Discovery architecture, military engineering, and living conditions of the soldiers housed in the Martello Towers on the Plains of Abraham. Walk the cobblestone streets of Quebec City as you discover the darker side of history during the Ghost Walk tour. Enjoy a cup of Earl Grey tea while participating in an interactive theatrical presentation of a tea ceremony in the English Officers Mess at the Artillery Park offering a glimpse of 19th century etiquette and life as an officer in 1930 Quebec. Visit one of Canada’s most important historical parks as your students learn about many of the conflicts between the French and the British Empires.
Well-known hotels in these cities will include a security guard to give you peace of mind while you rest up for the next days adventure. Meals include breakfasts and suppers in some of the cities favorite spots. This amazing tour will give you and your students a living memory of some of Canada’s most historical sites as well as breathtaking art and unforgettable culture.
Need more information?
Contact a consultant today!