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Welcome to the Ottawa Entertainment.ca Museum Section. Browse throug our museum listings and plan the perfect cultural and educational experience.

 

Canadian Museum of Civilization
100 Laurier Street, Hull, QC
1-800-555-5621

The Canadian Museum of Civilization, located on Laurier Street in Hull, is directly across the Ottawa River from Parliament Hill. The museum houses a wide variety of exhibitions with themes such as Canadian history, Native cultures, folk art, contemporary Indian and Inuit art and archeology. Go


Museum of Nature
240 McLeod street at Metcalfe
(613) 566-4700

The Canadian Museum of Nature is more than a natural history museum that creates and develops exhibitions for public viewing. Behind our public face is a vibrant, multi-layered, multi-faceted organization composed of research scientists, collection specialists, education and multimedia specialists, and innovators.Go


Museum of Science and Technology
1867 St Laurent Blvd
613-991-3044

A visit to the Museum will allow the visitor to push buttons, turn dials, and pull levers to experience science and technology first-hand, as you discover artifact-rich exhibits featuring marine and land transportation, astronomy, communications, space, domestic technology and computer technology. Go

Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place
1-800-555-5621

Dedicated to the education, preservation and remembrance of Canada's rich military history, the Museum will increase its visitors' awareness and understandings of the role military events have played in Canada's history. Go

National Gallery of Canada
380 Sussex Drive
613-990-1985

The National Gallery of Canada, a visual arts museum of international stature, holds its collections of art in trust for all Canadians. The mandate of the National gallery, as set out in the 1990 Museums Act is: to develop, maintain and make known, throughout Canada and internationally, a national collection of works of art, historic and contemporary, with special but not exclusive reference to Canada; and to further knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of art in general among all Canadians.

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Royal Canadian Mint
320 Sussex Drive
1-800-276-7714

Plan your visit to the Ottawa Mint: Learn how coins are made by joining an interactive guided tour with one of the friendly tour guides (English or French). See the famous Vancouver 2010 athlete medals. Learn about the record-breaking Million Dollar Coin – the largest coin ever produced. Hold a solid gold bar that's worth over $750,000.

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Bytown Museum
Next to the Ottawa Locks between the Château Laurier and Parliament Hill
613-234-4570

Located in the heart of downtown Ottawa, the Bytown Museum explores the stories of an evolving city and its residents from its early days as Bytown to present day Ottawa. Housed in Ottawa's oldest stone building, the Museum is located at the Rideau Canal locks between Parliament Hill and the Château Laurier—one of the most picturesque sites in the city.

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Canada Aviation and Space Museum
11 Aviation Parkway
(613) 990-6978

The Canada Aviation and Space Museum continues to engage visitors to the wonder of flight with its new programming, activities, spectacular collection, and special events. The visitor is presented with the story of mankind's ancient dream of flight celebrating the significant part that aviation has played in affecting the lives of hundreds of thousands of Canadians from its beginning in Canada in 1909 to present day.

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