For all your local gift shopping needs, here’s a roundup of some of the holiday craft fairs and markets coming up in the next few weeks!
Canadian Museum of History
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Ending the night with his traditional cake throw, the audience members hopped up on each other’s shoulders holding ‘Cake Me’ signs in hopes of getting a giant cake to the face from Steve Aoki.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Some of the artifacts are too fragile to visit North America again.
Welcome to your May long weekend, Ottawa! The weather may be questionable, but the number of awesome events is not. Read on for some of our top picks.
The 41st Winterlude takes place February 1–18, 2019.
Families travel back in time this holiday season to a world of kings and queens! Experience the wonder of the Middle Ages with hands-on fun! In honour of the magnificent exhibition Medieval Europe – Power and Splendour, explore medieval traditions through play, craft and other hands-on activities.
Ahh the first weekend of December! Whether you’re looking to cozy up in front of a show (be it film, theatre or YouTube), or get out there to enjoy some holiday cheer, there’s something for everyone.
Feeling festive? With snow on the ground and more to come, it’s safe to say winter is here. Grab your coat and your friends, and check out some of the tree-themed events to kick off the holiday season in Ottawa.
The best thing about summer weekends in this city? There is so much happening, that there is always something to do! The weather is hot, it’s a perfect time to get outside, and this weekend is burgeoning at the seams with all kinds of great goings on. Take a look for yourselves. All Weekend The […]
After the hullabaloo and heatstroke of the long weekend has passed, we are faced with another beautiful weekend in our city, and no limit of ways to fill it. Bluesfest starts with a bang on Thursday night and rolls right on through the weekend. If Lebreton Flats is not your destination of choice, mix it up a little bit with a poutine in Gatineau, a soccer game, some classical music or a Shakespeare play for a little culture.
You can visit Death in the Ice at the Canadian Museum of History until September 30th.
The British Museum has loaned over 200 medieval artifacts to the Canadian Museum of History for this exhibit.
Wandering around Ottawa and Gatineau, you may have already spotted one of the surest signs of spring in the region. Close to one million tulips have been planted for the 66th Canadian Tulip Festival, kicking off Friday May 11 and continuing until Monday May 21.
It might not be a long weekend, but there are more than enough events to fill your weekend.