Canada’s capital city is one of rich history and eclectic culture. The fourth largest city in the country, it stands on the south bank of the Ottawa River and is home to Canada’s national government.
There is a lot to do and see in Ottawa. A local tour guide will make your visit seamless and carefree as you see some of Ottawa’s historic landmarks, as well as some of Ottawa best kept secrets.
A visit to ‘the Hill’ is a must for any Ottawa visit. 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 art while taking a tour of this historical landmark.
Ottawa is known for it’s many museums. Visits to the war museum, the National Art Gallery, and the Canadian Mint will enhance your understanding of military history, offer a new perspective on magnificent pieces of art, and learn the intricacies of making coins.
An IMAX movie will give you a chance to sit back and take in a one of the famous shows offered at Ottawa’s IMAX theatre, giving you the feeling of being right there in the middle of the action.
The Supreme Court tour will give students the opportunity to learn about the roles and responsibilities of the judicial system in a fun and educational way in one of Canada’s most historic buildings.
A bike ride through the city’s heart will offer unique learning experiences as you explore the diverse neighborhoods of Canada’s Capital Region.
No trip to Ottawa would be complete without a stop at one of Canada’s oldest public markets. Established in 1826, the Byward Market offers a unique experience with roughly four blocks of cafes, specialty food shops, restaurants, boutiques and shops.
Visit the dark side of Ottawa history with a ghost tour where fascinating tales of ghosts and gallows, graveyards and hangings will entertain even the most skeptical.
Lodging in one on Ottawa’s central hotels includes night security to give you that extra piece of mind. Ottawa hosts some incredible restaurants where you will experience two breakfasts and two dinners.
Ottawa will bring some of Canadian history to life for your students, teaching them lessons far beyond the reach of the classroom.
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