Get ready fore the thrill of a lifetime
On our double decker bus tour in Ottawa
A ride on a open top double-decker bus
No limit to the number of times you can hop on & off
Immersion into the Canadian capital's history & culture
What's included, what's not
24- or 48-hour hop-on hop-off tour of Ottawa
Unlimited rides within the duration of your pass
Commentary in French and English
Know Before You Book
Children 3 and younger are complimentary.
This tour departs every hour on the hour from 10 AM to 4 PM May 1 to June 22 and September 4 to October 15
This tour departs every 30 minutes from 10 AM to 4 PM from June 23 to Sept 3.
What you can expect
Tour Canada’s capital city at your own pace, hopping on and off at your leisure as you cruise through town on a London-style open top double-decker bus.. Dive into the city’s culture and history, and take in well-known government and architectural sites.
Admire the riverfront scenery, church-spired skyline, and big city vibe of Ottawa as you tour its government buildings and world-class museums. Admire the 19th century towers of the Notre Dame Basilica, and stand before Rideau Hall, home to the Canadian monarch and the Governor General of Canada.
See the horses at the stables of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and pop into the Canada Aviation and Space Museum for a look at different aircraft. Tour the Royal Canadian Mint to see loonies and toonies hot off the presses, and soak up the lively atmosphere of bustling ByWard Market.
Stroll by the stately architecture of Elgin Street and gaze up at the Gothic buildings of Parliament Hill, then explore the science of food and Canada’s agricultural heritage at the Canada Agriculture Museum—the century-old Experimental Farm’s arboretum and ornamental gardens are the perfect respite from the city sights.
Route stops include:
- Mill Street Brewery
- Canadian Museum of War
- Canadian Museum of History
- Notre Dame Basilica
- Rideau Hall
- RCMP Stables and Museum
- Canada Aviation Museum
- Royal Canadian Mint
- ByWard Market
- Experimental Farm
- Canadian Museum of Nature