Ottawa Tourism designed a clever and fun plan to boost the economy for our hard-hit independent retail, hospitality, and restaurant sectors. We thought we’d come up with an experience to suggest for Apt613 readers.
Get a new perspective on fall as you zipline from one platform to another through the trees of Gatineau Park.
As summer really gets going, and we responsibly re-enter society there are a lot of things to celebrate and enjoy!
After what seemed like neverending rain, cool weather, and grey skies, the sun is finally out and it looks like it will be sticking around and bringing warmer temperatures this weekend. While we may still be in lockdown mode here in Ottawa, this is a chance to get outside and enjoy our beautiful city, keeping safely away from others. The virtual events, which have become the norm, are in shorter supply, but there is still plenty to do to turn your mood around and we’ve got some great ideas to help get your weekend started.
If the tulips springing up around town are any indication then there’s some truth to the old saying that April showers bring May flowers.
After a very confusing week of both snowfall and cherry blossoms, we have found ourselves back here, friends: Staying at home and trying to fill the space! I won’t lie, the thought of more online events makes my eyes blur, but the longer we stay home, and stay safe, the more rewarding it will be […]
The #MyOttawa Pass is an initiative that will help Ottawa residents explore the city while enjoying discounts at local businesses.
Ottawa’s Own has been designed by Ottawa Tourism to demonstrate that Ottawa is much more than a sleepy government town. From making paddles out of old skateboards to creating new flavours of ice cream, Ottawa is home to dynamic, compassionate, creative individuals. The new video series launched February 12 and can be seen online.
Sky Lounge, one of Ottawa 2017’s signature events, is an exclusive culinary flight of fancy. With a cocktail and a dinner option, attendees enjoy fine dining prepared by Chef Stephen La Salle and his team from Andaz’s Feast+Revel restaurant as you float 150 feet above Ottawa.
It’s a fun way to be a tourist in your own city.