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Parliament Hill, Fall

Fall

Ottawa is the perfect setting for an unforgettable autumn, surrounded by magical fall colours. Enjoy the crisp fall breeze and warm sunshine as you take on outdoor fun, historic sites and fresh food.

Bytown Museum
Bytown Museum
Housed in Ottawa's oldest stone building, the BYTOWN MUSEUM explores Ottawa’s history from the early years of Rideau Canal construction, through the rough and tumble days of Bytown, to its emergence as Canada's capital and beyond.
Camp Fortune Ski,  Aerial Park and Ziplines
Camp Fortune Ski, Aerial Park and Ziplines
Fifteen minutes from downtown Ottawa, Camp Fortune offers a variety of outdoor recreational activities.
Canada Agriculture and Food Museum
Canada Agriculture and Food Museum
Delight your kids at this farm within the city, where they can milk a cow, meet farm animals, see vintage farm machinery and learn where their food comes from.
National Capital Greenbelt
Canada's Capital Greenbelt
Hike, bike, cross-country ski, learn about nature and visit heritage sites in this environmental gem, which encircles Ottawa with 20,000 hectares (almost 50,000 acres) of wetlands, woods and other unspoiled greenspaces.
Cycling along Ottawa River Pathway
Capital Pathway
One of the best ways to explore Ottawa–Gatineau is by bike, through an extensive multi-use pathway network. Follow one of our suggested cycling routes…
Diefenbunker Museum
Diefenbunker Museum
Ponder the Cold War as you tour this four-storey underground bunker in rural Ottawa. Originally designed to shelter Canadian VIPs during a nuclear attack, it is now a National Historic Site.

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