Top 10 attractions not to miss in Ottawa #Canada #travel #tourism

10 Attractions Not To Miss In Ottawa

Ottawa spider. This giant statue is a sight to behold in the midst of #Ottawa ON.

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!

101 Things to Do...: 101 Things to do in Ottawa Ontario

Pirate Adventures - take a 75 minute pirate cruise with all the looting and shanties you& expects (open May to September) .

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This is the Ottawa Parliament Building a gorgeous pic of one of our magestic places to see in Ottawa.

Traveling to Ottawa, the capital city of Canada? Here's a local guide on how to tour the city in 2 days!

2-Day Itinerary: Exploring Ottawa, Canada's Capital (Part 2

Poppies are placed on the Tomb of The Unknown Soldier during Remembrance Day ceremonies at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.

Poppies are placed on the Tomb of The Unknown Soldier during Remembrance Day ceremonies at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.

Traveling to Ottawa, the capital city of Canada? Here's a local guide on how to tour the city in 2 days!

2-Day Itinerary: Exploring Ottawa, Canada's Capital (Part 1

Ottawa is home to numerous historic sites, government office buildings and national landmarks. Here are some ideas for planning a trip in Ottawa!

10 Things Not To Miss In Ottawa

10 Attractions Not To Miss In Ottawa

Postcard from Ottawa ... looking down on Connaught Plaza from the top of the Lost Daly Building, circa 1920. By then the Sappers and Duffering bridges had been replaced, and the space between them also over to form a large triangular square. Russell House on the left, Old Post Office in the Middle and Chateau Laurier on the right. Rideau Canal passes underneath.

Postcard from Ottawa ... looking down on Connaught Plaza from the top of the Lost Daly Building, circa 1920. By then the Sappers and Duffering bridges had been replaced, and the space between them also over to form a large triangular square. Russell House on the left, Old Post Office in the Middle and Chateau Laurier on the right. Rideau Canal passes underneath.

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