Ottawa Area Museums

Ottawa Community Real Estate Things To Do

The hottest parts of the summer are now upon us, and while the Ottawa real estate area usually enjoys lovely summer months, it can still get rather hot! Couple the latest heat waves with bored kids out of school for the summer, and you may just find yourself wondering what in the world you can do for entertainment! The Ottawa community area though is teaming with entertainment for people of all ages and lifestyles. From music concerts to historic reenactments to libraries and play spaces, you can find numerous indoor activities for everyone in your family to enjoy.

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Along with all the options present for you to enjoy indoors and out during these wonderful summer days, there are also an extraordinary number of museums offering entertainment for the young and young at heart-and all within some nice air conditioning! If you have children you are trying to entertain during the summer months, or just find yourself bored with nothing to do on a Saturday afternoon, go check out one of the many Ottawa neighbourhoods museums and learn a bit of this and that about Ottawa:

  • The Canadian Museum of Civilization
    This is Canada’s largest and most popular cultural institution.
  • The Canada Science and Technology Museum
    Canada’s largest refracting telescope is housed here and hands-on activities are offered.
  • The Canadian Museum of Nature
    Here you’ll find a microcosm of Canada’s magnificent natural world.
  • The Canada Aviation Museum
    Aircrafts from acr oss the world and all periods of aviation history are on display.
  • The Canadian War Museum
    It covers Canada’s military involvements from past to present.
  • The Currency Museum
    Follow the evolution of currency in Canada from its pre-colonial beginnings to today.
  • National Gallery of Canada
    Art from across the world is housed in a glass building overlooking the Ottawa River.
  • Bytown Museum
    Trace Ottawa’s journey from a frontier lumber town to a multi-cultural capital.
  • Diefenbunker, Canada’s Cold War Museum
    Dubbed “the most important surviving Cold War site in Canada,” it’s a fascinating place.

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Looking for other things to do in Ottawa, Canada? Searching for something specific? If you happen to be new to the area, or just relocated to the Ottawa community, please be sure to take advantage of my Ottawa Relocation Package, as well as my About Ottawa Resources. Do you have ideas for beating the summer heat? Please share ideas below!

Until next time,
Bobbie