Ottawa city free walking tour in Canada

Step into the heart of Canada, for free! Ottawa City walking tour!

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Prepare yourself for a thrilling journey as the Ottawa walking tour presents an exciting mix of Ottawa’s iconic landmarks, captivating history, and popular local hotspots – all for FREE!

The tour commences at the National War Memorial, a tribute to Canada’s glorious past, and then takes you down the pedestrian-friendly Sparks Street, brimming with vibrant energy. Experience the grandeur of Parliament Hill and the illustrious Chateau Laurier, before wrapping up our tour at the buzzing Byward Market.

From tales of violent Prime Ministers and political assassinations to accounts of lumberjack gang violence and spiteful governor generals, the Ottawa walking tour promises to reveal a side of the city that’s as fascinating as it’s unexpected.

  • Where: Starts at the National War Memorial of Canada (Check the map)
  • When: Multiple days throughout the week at 11 am (Check out the full schedule)
  • Length: An engaging 2 hours journey Price: Absolutely FREE! (Though tips are always appreciated 😉)

Join the Ottawa City free walking tour, and let’s uncover the seedy and intriguing stories that make Ottawa the captivating capital it truly is!

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