Photo: John Talbot, Bicycle-friendly city
Canadian Capital Adventures In Ottawa
Ottawa Art Gallery
Where to eat in Ottawa
Corazon del Maiz
City of Ottawa
Indigenous Walks – @IndigenousWalks
Indigenous Walks was launched in May 2014 and is an active, educational and fun way to learn about Indigenous Peoples’ experiences in Ottawa. This guided walk and talk provides a layer of knowledge of the Nation’s Capital through art, culture, history and landscape. On the land of the Anishinaabe Algonquin Peoples called **Turtle Island,**this tour will guide participants through Indigenous social, political and cultural spaces. From the totem pole in **Confederation Park** to the Three Watchmen sculpture near Major’s Hill Park, you will get to know Ottawa like you have never known it before! There are four different walks available including the Introductory Tour, Parliament Hill Tour, Indigenous Women Tour and the Very Scary Tour.
The Canadian Museum of Civilization is Canada’s national museum of human history and the most popular and most-visited museum in Canada.
Nearby: Manitoulin Island
Manitoulin Island is the largest freshwater island in the world.
— IndigenousWalks (@IndigenousWalks) December 8, 2015
The Canadian capital is often overshadowed by Montreal, Toronto, and other of the more popular urban destinations across the country. But Ottawa's museums, restaurants and cultural scene deserve your attention just as much as the party towns.https://t.co/PCbpKFa74p
— offMetro NY (@offMetroNY) June 15, 2019