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861 Prince of Wales Drive, Ottawa,
The Canada Agriculture Museum is living proof of the "Green Capital". In fact, Ottawa is the only world Capital that has a working farm at its heart. Canada's unique agricultural heritage is featured at the Canada Agriculture Museum, where you can explore the sights and sounds of typical farm life.
3911 Carp Road, Carp, Ontario
(613) 839-0007 or (800) 409-1965
Built to protect the government from nuclear attack, this once-secret bunker is now a museum and National Historic Site of Canada. Tours of this unique facility take visitors through a time warp to 1960s era government rooms, living quarters and cryptographic areas. Visitors enjoy a guided tour of the entire bunker, over 100,000 square feet in size, four storeys underground.
380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa,
The National Gallery of Canada strives to provide Canadians with a sense of identity and pride in Canada’s rich visual arts heritage and to make art accessible, meaningful and vital to diverse audiences of all ages.
1 Canal Lane, Ottawa,
Located in the heart of downtown Ottawa, the Bytown Museum explores the stories of an evolving city and its residents from its early days as Bytown to present day Ottawa. Housed in Ottawa's oldest stone building, the Museum is located at the Rideau Canal locks between Parliament Hill and the Château Laurier—one of the most picturesque sites in the city.
320 Sussex Drive, Ottawa,
Visit the Ottawa boutique at 320 Sussex Drive to add to your coin collection, find exciting gift ideas and take home some Mint memorabilia. OR take a guided tour to learn more about the exacting skill that goes into precision coin design.
240 McLeod Street, Ottawa,
The Canadian Museum of Nature is home to one of the world’s largest and finest natural history collections. Comprised of 24 major science collections of more than 10 million specimens, the museum’s holdings cover four billion years of Earth history.
1867 Saint-Laurent Boulevard, Ottawa,
The largest of its kind in Canada, this Museum fulfills its mission through its collection, permanent, temporary and travelling exhibits, special events, school programs, workshops and demonstrations, publications, loans, conferences and lectures, expert advice, and joint action with other museums and organizations with similar goals and interests.
1 Vimy Place, Ottawa, Canada
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.
11 Aviation Parkway, Ottawa,
The aircraft and exhibits in the Canada Aviation and Space Museum are arranged to guide a visitor along a “Walkway of Time” that traces the history of aviation and highlights Canada’s pioneering contributions.
100 Laurier Street, Gatineau, Quebec
(819) 776-7000 or (800) 555-5621
With more than one million visitors each year, the Canadian Museum of Civilization is a destination of choice in the National Capital Region. An architectural jewel designed by Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal, the Museum is less than five minutes from downtown Ottawa and Parliament Hill.
I love what they did with the place. Great food, Great beer and a perfect place to meet up with friends
Louis, February 29, 12
Attended last night. The server was good and the place looked nice. They even offered gluten free pasta which is a bonus. Their menu looks good. But only on paper. The Pasta was slightly over aldente and borderline crunchy. The steak was awful and the steak pasta was bad also. The saving grace were the scallop and antipasto apps. Overall not better than a 3/5. Their mains need a lot of work.
John, February 26, 12
Not what it used to be
Attended Hy's like I usually do for special occasions and this time I noticed that it wasn't what I remembered it. The service was not up to par with prior visits and nor was the food quality. I didn't feel like I got my money's worth.
Pat, February 13, 12
Great Place. Needs a few tweaks
The food was great. We shared the trio of meats and 3 sides for 29.99 and had a few Jack Daniel's to start. I HIGHLY recommend the Honey Jack with Diet Coke. Food and Service were all perfect. It was fairly cold in the restaurant and our table was in the walkway. Seems like they are squishing in tables. If you can sit on the inside of the walkway if not you might get bumped and... distracted from your evening. All in all Amazing food you have to try it. Love all the Sauces. great Gluten free options.
Jamie, January 22, 12
Great Wine Flights but
Great selection of wine flights. But the Cheese plate is stale and old. They haven't changed it in years. Same regular boring cheeses. How about bringing in something new, charge more. But something new. No one wants to spend 12-19 bucks for cheese they get at home.
Karim, November 21, 11