Crossing the Ottawa River for a day at the Children's Museum
- Canada Travel Tips
- Monday, 08 April 2013 12:52
Canada's capital city has a variety of attractions that are fun for the whole family, including museums, galleries and diverse activities. As the summer approaches, individuals who are planning a trip to Ottawa and bringing their children should consider planning day trips to some of the more popular and kid-friendly museums in the city.
The Canadian Children's Museum is located on the banks of the Ottawa River, right across from Parliament Hill and is easily accessible from the capital city. This establishment was erected to give younger travellers an engaging look into a variety of historic events, culture and documentation of the past.
The museum is part of the Canadian Museum of Civilization, and offers more than 30 permanent exhibits to all interested parties. The Canadian Children's Museum works to improve the general knowledge base of all patrons, while maintaining a strong environment to learn in with exceptional staff members and well-kept facilities.
After experiencing the Canadian Children’s Museum, travellers should consider stopping by other parts of the Canadian Museum of Civilization, including the special exhibits.