Visit Ottawa Pass

Media release: Ottawa Tourism launches Visit Ottawa Pass

1- or 3-Day attractions pass now available for purchase

OTTAWA, August 1, 2023Ottawa Tourism has launched the Visit Ottawa Pass, a virtual attractions pass which rolls admission to seven attractions into one price point and easy to use virtual ticket. Visitors can choose between the 1-Day Visit Ottawa Pass, valid for 24 hours after first use ($59+tax for adult; $42+tax for child), or the 3-Day Visit Ottawa Pass, valid for 72 hours after first use ($94+tax for adult; $69+tax for child).

The Visit Ottawa Pass includes admission for one person to the following tourism attractions:

  • Canadian War Museum
  • Canadian Museum of History
  • Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum
  • National Gallery of Canada
  • Royal Canadian Mint
  • The Haunted Walk
  • Gray Line Ottawa* (1-day Hop-On-Hop-Off Ticket; May to October only)
  • Cobblestone Tours* (Winter Tour Ticket; November to April only)

*Attractions marked with an asterisk are available seasonally.

“Ottawa Tourism is excited to work with our members to offer visitors an easy to use product for exploring our destination,” says Michael Crockatt, Ottawa Tourism President & CEO. “The Visit Ottawa Pass is another tool in our toolbox to not only attract more visitors to Ottawa, but help them experience the beauty, history, and stories of our city while they are here. We are excited to continue to welcome visitors to our destination this summer, and to offer this new product to visitors and show off our city.”

The Visit Ottawa Pass is available for purchase at visitottawapass.ca and helps visitors maximize their time and money spent in Ottawa to experience more attractions. The Visit Ottawa Pass is delivered to your phone (no app required) via text and email for safe, touchless entry.

About Ottawa Tourism

Through its values of inclusivity, trust, collaboration, and innovation, Ottawa Tourism pursues its vision to be one of Canada’s most visited, sustainable, vibrant, and appealing urban destinations, as well as the tourism authority for key economic development and city-building decisions in Ottawa. Before the pandemic, the industry welcomed an estimated 11 million visitors annually and generated $3 billion in economic output.

For more information, please contact:
Julia Thomson
Manager, Destination Development
press@ottawatourism.ca

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