The Farm in the Heart of the City! The Museum offers programs and exhibitions on Canada’s agricultural heritage, food literacy, and on the benefits and relationship of agricultural science and technology to Canadians’ everyday lives.
Discover the wonder of flight and the mysteries of space. The Museum’s collection consists of more than 130 aircraft and artifacts. Visit the Museum where ingenuity takes flight!
Visitors will learn how scientific and technological achievements have transformed Canada, and the impacts these have had on both society and the environment. Explore captivating exhibits and amazing science demonstrations!
The Jack Purcell Recreation Association is a not-for-profit, incorporated organization that offers programs at the Jack Purcell Community Centre.
Explore the historic residence of two former Prime Ministers of Canada: Sir Wilfrid Laurier and William Lyon Mackenzie King!
Experience the best visual art in the country at this top attraction in the heart of Canada’s capital. Special exhibitions featured seasonally in collaboration with the world’s premier galleries and
Picturesque historic site in the heart of the city that sits on over 8 acres of green lawns and woodlands. Visit and tour one of the oldest homes in Ottawa. Open: May to October, Wed. to Sun, Noon – 5 pm.
Housed in Ottawa's oldest building, the museum traces the history of Ottawa's early years, from the construction of the Rideau Canal and the rough and tumble days of Bytown to the city's emergence as Canada's capital.
The Canadian Museum of History is the centre for research and public information on the human history of the country.
A place in which to exhibit and interpret this collection was planned in tandem with the new head office building, designed by renowned Canadian architect, Arthur Erickson.