Ottawa is home to some of Canada's most historical and iconic sites, must-see national museums, a thriving culinary scene and an abundance of bucket list activities waiting to be checked off. Best of all, most attractions are within a 20-minute walk from each other in the downtown area, making it a breeze to get around. Here are just five of the many sites you don't want to miss on your next trip to Ottawa.
Groups looking to explore the world of Renaissance arms and armor won't want to miss Knights in Armor, presented by The Frist Art Museum in Nashville. This exhibition of remarkable Renaissance arms and armor comes to Frist from the world-renowned collection of the Museo Stibbert in Florence, Italy.
Ocean City, Maryland, a favorite family beach destination, is also a favorite Mid-Atlantic group tour spot! Award-winning festivals, an exciting boardwalk and surrounding points of culture and wildlife make this a place for all seasons and group interests.
From rock 'n' roll and the great outdoors to world-class thrills and dining, Ohio brings something unique to the table, no matter where you're seated. Pull up a chair and see what's in store!
The new and highly anticipated Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada (RAMWC), situated on the campus of the Winnipeg Richardson International Airport, has now opened. The museum, which encompasses a staggering collection of more than 70,000 artifacts including bush planes and military and commercial aircraft, tells the stories of the pioneers and innovators who put Canada on the aviation map.