Ottawa: Three Day Spring Tour

Ottawa: Three Day Spring Tour
Experience city life during a walking tour of Embassy Row and a visit to the National Gallery and Parliament Hill.
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Day 1 Hello Ottawa
Travel to Ottawa, meet your tour director and check into hotel
Ottawa Animations walking tour
Visit to Parliament HillPeace MonumentRideau Canal
Dinner
Details: Supreme Court guided visit
Walk in the footsteps of some of Canada's most influential decision-makers during a guided tour of the Supreme Court of Canada. And who better to lead the tour than a current law student? You'll learn all about our justice system and how decisions that affect all Canadians are made.
Details: Ottawa Animations walking tour
Your tour director leads the students on a walking tour like no other, featuring our ONE OF A KIND Ottawa animations. Get ready to sing, play games and perform skits to bring the history of our nation's capital to life.
Day 2 Ottawa landmarks
Breakfast
Details: Parliament Hill: Centre Block guided visit
Located on Parliament Hill, the Centre Block is one of the most important examples of Gothic Revival style anywhere in the world, characterized by stone carvings and imposing gargoyles. See the great House of Commons, the Senate, walk through the amazing arches of the Hall of Honour, and see the famous Peace Tower, which is immortalized on the Canadian $50 bill.
Details: Peace Tower and Memorial Chamber visit
See the famous Peace Tower, which is immortalized on the Canadian $50 bill. Students have an opportunity to honour those Canadians who gave their lives for their country at the Memorial Chamber. Located in the magnificent Peace Tower, see epic battle scenes illustrated in stained glass, read the names of soldiers who lost their lives during WWI, and see the great Book of Remembrance.
Details: Canadian Museum of History visit
Open the doors to one of the most striking architectural masterpieces of our time. Start your journey in the Grand Hall, housing the largest collection of totem poles in the world, take a trip back through 1,000 years of Canadian history in Canada Hall, and come face to face with 27 fascinating people whose decisions and actions helped shape Canada into the nation it is today.
Details: Evening dinner & dance
Get out your dancing shoes! The dinner and dance evening is guaranteed to be a night full of fun, dancing, singing, and even a few surprises.
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Day 3 Goodbye Ottawa
Breakfast
Embassy Row walking tour
Ambassadorial Residences of Egypt, Japan, Argentina, Spain, Iran, Thailand & South KoreaStornoway
Travel home
Details: Sussex Drive
One of the most widely recognized streets in Canada, Sussex Drive is home to a number of important sites, including embassies for countries such as USA, Japan, and France. Driving alongside the Ottawa river, you will see the National Art Gallery of Canada, the Notre Dame Basilica, the Royal Canadian Mint, the National Research Council of Canada, Rideau Hall and, the most famous address in Canada, the Prime Minister’s Residence at 24 Sussex Drive.
Details: Rideau Hall guided visit
During your visit to "Canada's house" for an in-depth tour of the historic residence, imagine what it must be like to live within these grand walls. Your guide will outline the role and responsibilities of the Governor General within our parliamentary system and society. Civics and history lessons will become even more relatable with a visit to where our Governors General have lived and worked since the Confederation was formed in 1867.
Details: Byward Market visit
Originally the hub of Ottawa’s logging industry, the Byward Market is Canada's oldest and largest public market. The area is surrounded by restaurants and hosts a daily open-air market with crafts, fruits and vegetables, souvenirs, clothing and more.

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    Day 3 Ottawa Landmarks
    Breakfast
    Dinner
    Details: RCMP Stables visit
    Get an up-close look at the majestic horses who perform the world-famous Musical Ride and who personally escort Her Majesty the Queen during her carriage rides through Ottawa. Tour the stables where the horses' training begins, peer into the Royal Carriage and learn more about our Mounties.
    Details: Royal Canadian Mint guided visit
    Step inside the historic building where the Canadian Mint was first founded back in 1908. Discover the craftsmanship of coin production, learn about the new and improved technology associated with money making and see examples of hand-crafted commemorative coins, gold bullion coins, and medals.
    Details: Canadian War Museum visit
    The Canadian War Museum is a stunning masterpiece of architectural design and environmental engineering. There are over three million artifacts and items in its collections, and each exhibit is intended to emphasize the human experience of war. You'll quickly see why it's one of the world's most respected museums for the study of armed conflict.
    Day 4 Goodbye Ottawa
    Breakfast
    Embassy Row walking tour
    Ambassadorial Residences of Egypt, Japan, Argentina, Spain, Iran, Thailand & South KoreaStornoway
    Travel home
    Details: Sussex Drive
    One of the most widely recognized streets in Canada, Sussex Drive is home to a number of important sites, including embassies for countries such as USA, Japan, and France. Driving alongside the Ottawa river, you will see the National Art Gallery of Canada, the Notre Dame Basilica, the Royal Canadian Mint, the National Research Council of Canada, Rideau Hall and, the most famous address in Canada, the Prime Minister’s Residence at 24 Sussex Drive.
    Details: Rideau Hall guided visit
    During your visit to "Canada's house" for an in-depth tour of the historic residence, imagine what it must be like to live within these grand walls. Your guide will outline the role and responsibilities of the Governor General within our parliamentary system and society. Civics and history lessons will become even more relatable with a visit to where our Governors General have lived and worked since the Confederation was formed in 1867.
    Details: Byward Market visit
    Originally the hub of Ottawa’s logging industry, the Byward Market is Canada's oldest and largest public market. The area is surrounded by restaurants and hosts a daily open-air market with crafts, fruits and vegetables, souvenirs, clothing and more.
    Map of Ottawa
    Tour Includes:
    • Round-trip transportation
    • 2 overnight stays (3 with extension) in hotels with private bathrooms
    • Hot Breakfast daily (note: Continental breakfast will be provided at Budget or Residence style hotels)
    • Dinner daily (except departure day)
    • Full-time services of a professional Tour Director
    • Guided sightseeing tours and city walks as per itinerary
    • Visits to select attractions as per itinerary
    • Overnight security chaperone
    • Tour Diary™
    • Note: Tour cost does not include airline-imposed baggage fees, or fees for any required passport or visa. Please visit our Fees FAQ page for a full list of items that may not be included in the cost of your tour.

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