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Just across the Ottawa River in Hull, facing the Parliament, The spectacular museum of Civilization focuses on all things Canadian, from the cultures of our Native People to the many immigrant group that have helped shape the nation.

Enjoy spectacular trip by the historic steam train from Hull to Wakefield through Chelsea.

The route to Wakefield.

Highways you need to take to reach selected cities.

Visit Rideau Hall the historic residence and the office of Canada's Governor General- where monarchs and dignitaries are officially welcomed and Canadians honoured. Discover its nineteenth-century architecture, the pageantry and tradidtions, the excitement of contemporary celebrations that are distinctly Canadians.

Changing the Guard Ceremony. ( Rideau Hall the parliament Hill )

The National Art Centre (NAC) is a premier centre for the performing arts. It presents both English and fresh theatre performances, cutting-edge dance productions and a full slate of variety act. The world-renowned National Art Centre offers something for every music lover, with classical, pops and family series. (In the picture Renee Fleming: on of the most beautiful voices in the world ).

Right: Renee Fleming one of the most beautiful voices in the world.

CANADIAN WAR MUSEUM, 330 Sussex Drive: discover the conflicts that have left a mark on Canada's history as well as tales of men's and women's bravery in these times.

The Parliament of Canada which is located in Ottawa: the Queen ( Head of the State), the House of Commons and the Senate.

The photo shows the famous Peace Tower

SOUND AND LIGHT-PARLIAMENT HILL (5 -8 September): The four winds serve as hosts and storytellers, revealing to the audience the essence of Canada.

ROYAL CANADIAN MINT, 320 Sussex Drive. Learn how the coins are made. See over $1 Million worth of pure gold.

CANADA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MUSEUM, 1867 St. Laurent Blvd. Interactive exhibits on energy, computers, communications, land and space travel.

CANADA AVIATION MUSEUM, 11 Aviation Pkwy. Live the adventure and visit Canada's internationally renown collection of aircraft and interactives to engage one and all!

The fun never stops at ByWard market!! Established by Lt-Col. John By in 1826, is one of Canada's oldest and largest public markets, nested in Ottawa's historic neighbourhood of Lowertown.

Boat lines is a must experience.


Cultures of the world are celebrated in Canada.

Gatineau Park is a world of adventures. Experience the lake, falls, beaches and the trail. Enjoy the spectacular lookouts. It an ideal place for bikers, hikers and campers.

MACKENZIE KING: Admire the famous gardens and ruins of the Estate in Gatineau Park and be sure to stop and savour a meal at the Moorside Tearoom.

MuSEUM OF NATURE, 240 Mcleod Street. A feast of knowleadge to the whole family.

From Tulip to Blue the fun of festivals never ends.

Ottawa, Chosen in 1857 by Queen Victoria as the capital of the United Provinces of Canada, is a showcase of Canadian history and culture. See millions of tulips in May during the largest tulip festival in the world; or enjoy the wide range of excellent restaurants.

The capital is a mecca for museum buffs. Enjoy the visit of Ottawa attractions introduced in this Slide Show or explore others we will introduce in the future. Visit the Parliament and witness the dynamics of the parliamentary systems.