The Ottawa Locks are the first of 45 locks lockstations) on the 202 kilometre mile) Rideau Canal. The Ottawa Locks are framed by Parliament Hill on one side and the Fairmont Chateau Laurier hotel on the other.
This giant spider sculpture designed by Louise Bourgeois lives in front of the National Gallery of Canada. If you get close enough, you’ll be able to see the marble eggs nestled under the spider’s belly!
Fulton's Pancake House & Sugar Bush. 400 tranquil forested acres nestled between the picturesque towns of Almonte and Pakenham, Fulton's is one of the best-loved and well-known sugar camps in Lanark County (west of Ottawa). For more information on capital sites and Canadian heritage visit www.ottawatourism.ca/en/visitors/what-to-do/capital-heritage