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Top 11. Parks and Nature Attractions in Ottawa - Ontario: Rideau Canal, Sir John A. MacDonald Parkway, Hog's Back Falls, Major's Hill Park, Arboretum, Lansdowne Park, Little Ray's Reptile Zoo, Rideau Falls, National Capital Greenbelt, Britannia Park, Mooney’s Bay Park
I live in Toronto, and I visited Ottawa for the first time. I compare food prices, nature walks, and many other things. Come into the Ottawa wilderness with me ;) __________________________________________________________ Follow me on Twitter! https://twitter.com/VegetablePolice Friend me on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/kasey.stern.5 Subscribe to my comedy channel "Stern Laughs" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJXYSbbZOvp1ui8TOQqPaDw Subscribe to my music channel "SternBeats" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFb3kPmyQMj_uJEh4CmZSJg _______________________________________ These are some of my favourite videos: Funniest Videos Vegan Gains vs Vegetable Police. Someone filmed our fight. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCWpW-5GLbU Erectile dysfunction. Get stronger bigger er...
https://www.expedia.com/Ottawa.d178296.Destination-Travel-Guides Welcome to Ottawa, Ontario, where you’ll find charming old-world buildings surrounded by picturesque natural beauty. The first stop on an Ottawa tour should be the Rideau Canal. This waterway cuts the city in half, and it provides places for boating and paddleboarding during the summer. Visiting in winter? Not a problem—you can go ice skating along the Rideau when it ices over. On the south side of the river, you can see the Changing of the Guard Ceremony at Parliament Hill. A few blocks to the north is the National Gallery of Canada, a stunning glass-and-granite building full of art from Canadian, European, and other North American artists. You’ll be hungry after all this walking around, so head to ByWard Market. If you...
Located in the castle-like Victoria Memorial Museum Building a pleasant stroll south of Parliament Hill, the Canadian Museum of Nature brings our natural heritage indoors for a close-up and fascinating look. https://www.ottawatourism.ca/ottawa-insider/canadian-museum-of-nature/
Une plaisante promenade au sud de la Colline parlementaire vous emmènera vers l'Édifice commémoratif Victoria abritant le Musée canadien de la nature qui offre un regard fascinant sur notre patrimoine naturel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvXwEMhBK57PM0qsRvK5TVQ
My visit to the Museum of Nature in Ottawa Ontario! Take a look at some Dinosaurs, Bugs, a little bit of everything else! Hope you enjoy it and check out some of my other vids on my Youtube channel. Click on these links to follow me on social media! Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp3z... Twitter: https://twitter.com/larabieprime Instagram: https://instagram.com/larabieprime/ Vine: https://vine.co/u/1141215978743812096 Thanks for watching and stay tuned for more!
Why? Because loving nature will change the world. So let's imagine a world before the smartphone, the light bulb, or (gasp!) even Pokemon. Let your children experience and discover more about themselves, their community, and the natural world around them with our weekly programs and epic summer nature camps in Ottawa. If you love what we do, please share! We do not enjoy marketing and depend on people like you who also believe that children can change the world. www.NatureConnections.ca
For the 2nd year, Ottawa greeted the delegates at the ABA Marketplace every morning and afternoon with the Ottawa 7-minute stretch. Before each round of appointments, delegates were invigorated with lively dance warm routines and a cooldown stretch. The 6 videos, shown on 4 giant screens, gave short talks about Ottawa and then showed Ottawa through these creative workouts to popular tunes. Delegates were following along the stretches in the isles of the appointments. Ottawa also had a booth in the Canada section on the floor, with Ottawa Tourism staff and 6 members showcasing Canada's Capital. https://www.ottawatourism.ca/travel-trade/
The Canadian Museum of Nature (French: Musée Canadien de la nature) is a natural history museum in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Its collections, which were started by the Geological Survey of Canada in 1856, include all aspects of the intersection of human society and nature, from gardening to gene-splicing.
Probably one of the most interesting and value for dollar activities you could do in Ottawa, Ontario is the Canadian Museum of Nature. Just ten minutes South East of Parliament Hill, this museum offers multiple levels with different exhibits, ranging from geological to arctic, even prehistoric. Several Canadian dinosaur fossils are even on display. The building itself even offers something to look at as there is intricate inlayed carvings throughout the exterior of the building. There's really something for everyone at the Museum of Nature. If you plan a trip to the Museum, you should allow for at least 2 hours inside. There is also a cafeteria inside should you get hungry during your visit. Follow me @therobotvoiceofcanada on instragram Help the content creation by donating to 'therobo...
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Ottawa is your capital, filled with sites and attractions that belong to you. From the front lawn of Parliament Hill to our national museums to the Rideau Canal and Gatineau Park— it’s yours. Come enjoy it all this fall. For more information on getaways and special offers, visit http://www.ottawatourism.ca
Vlog da nossa viagem à Ottawa. Nosso Hotel em Ottawa: Duvernay Studios & Suites http://www.studioduvernay.com/index-en.php Parlamento Canadense: https://www.parl.ca/ Museu Canadense da Natureza: http://nature.ca/en/home Byward Market: http://www.menucriativo.com/2017/06/viagem-byward-market-ottawacanada.html www.menucriativo.com
Hola amigos!!! Esta es la segunda parte del video viajando a ottawa "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPuExGgRg8A&t=9s" En este video veremos uno de los museos más lindos y grande de Canadá. Este es el link para que vean sus horarios y tarifas en ingles y frances. http://nature.ca/ Mis redes sociales Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rochydescubree/ Twitter: @rochydescubre https://twitter.com/rochydescubre Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rochydescubre/ www.epidemicsound.com
Ottawa’s museums are celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation with impressive projects that will live far beyond 2017. Be one of the first to experience the best of Canada in these new spaces at some of Canada’s most iconic attractions! The Canada Goose Arctic Gallery opens at the Canadian Museum of Nature on June 21 and the Canada History Hall opens at the Canadian Museum of History on July 1. Book your hotel and attraction tickets online at https://www.ottawatourism.ca
Julia and Josh's wedding at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa. Shot and edited by Mikey Noynay and Greg Choo of BOXTOP Film. Thumbnail photo by Lace and Luce: http://www.laceandluce.com/ Website: http://www.boxtopfilm.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/boxtopfilm Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/boxtopfilm
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An incredible and exclusive drone's eye view inside the foyer and centre block of the Canadian Museum of Nature - Victoria Memorial Museum Building (VMMB) located at 240 Mcleod St., Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA. Recorded during "cleaning week" when the Museum was closed to the public for maintenance. View is facing north, up Metcalfe St. towards Parliament Hill.
A time-lapse film of the Lantern column installation at the Canadian Museum of Nature. The Lantern is a structural glass fin assembly hung like a curtain from the cantilevered roof above the top of the existing stone parapet of the truncated original tower (2010). Padolsky, Kuwabara, Gagnon Joint Venture Architects (PKG): Barry Padolsky Associates Inc. Architects, KPMB Architects, and Gagnon Letellier Cyr Ricard Mathieu Architectes