Rideau Hall, which was built in 1838, has been the official residence of the Queen's representative to Canada since 1867. ... More
Rideau Hall, which was built in 1838, has been the official residence of the Queen's representative to Canada since 1867. The grounds cover more than 32 hectares (79 acres) and feature a magnificent greenhouse and ornamental gardens. Visitors can take a self-guided tour or book one of the many guided tours. There are a number of events hosted by the Governor General throughout the year.
It was really great. I had a guided tour, and totally recommend it. The guide talked about the Queen and the Governor-General, and I saw the changing of the guard. What a way to celebrate being Canadian!
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