Visitors are encouraged to explore the evolution of money and the monetary system during a visit to this somewhat quirky ... More
Visitors are encouraged to explore the evolution of money and the monetary system during a visit to this somewhat quirky museum, situated on the ground floor of the Bank of Canada building on Sparks Street. Displays focus not only on Canadian currencies, but also on those of the entire world; a highlight is a giant circular stone once used as legal tender on Yap Island in the South Pacific.
This tour company will pick you up at your hotel and take you on the adventure of your choice to
discover Canada's capital. One option is a two hour tour where you board a historic double decker trolley and ...
A walk through this heritage building, which chronicles Canada's natural history, will take you back in time to when dinosaurs
roamed the landscape and glaciers covered 80 per cent of the country's landmass. Exhibits examine the country's biodiversity, the ...
One of the most fascinating glimpses into Canada's political history can be had at this beautiful, oddly downscale Ottawa home.
Originally home to Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier (1896 1911) and later to William Lyon MacKenzie King (1921 30 and ...
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