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Tourist information centres

While in Canada’s Capital Region, visit the following locations for tourism information including guides, maps, and brochures in both official languages. In the summer months, look for roving information officers, wearing blue shirts with a large white question mark on the back, around the downtown core near iconic landmarks and attractions for on the spot information.

Year-round tourist information centres

Capital Information Kiosk (Ottawa, Ontario)

90 Wellington Street (directly across from Parliament Hill)

Open daily, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (closed Jan. 1 and Dec. 25)

1-844-878-8333 • pch.kic-cik.pch@canada.ca

www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/visitor-information/while-here.html

La maison du tourisme (Gatineau, Quebec)

103 Laurier Street (near the Alexandra Bridge and the Canadian Museum of History

Open daily, hours vary by season (closed Jan. 1 and Dec. 24-25) 

1-888-265-7822 • info@tourisme-outaouais.ca

https://www.tourismeoutaouais.com/en/services_en/tourisme-outaouais/

Seasonal pop-up kiosks

ByWard Market neighbourhood (Ottawa, Ontario)

York Street plaza (York Street and Sussex Drive, near giant OTTAWA sign)

Summer season only, hours vary

Canadian Museum of History (Gatineau, Quebec)

100 Laurier Street, inside the museum lobby

Summer season only, hours vary

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