Bytown Museum

This weekend just passed I attended an annual event called ‘Doors Open Ottawa’. For two days over 120 of the city’s historically, culturally, and functionally significant buildings open their doors for the public to visit and enjoy for free.
These next three blog post will all be about the places I visited during this event, starting with the Bytown Museum….

The Bytown Museum is housed inside Ottawa’s oldest stone building and is located at the Rideau Canal locks between Parliament Hill and the Château Laurier. This museum explores Ottawa’s history from 1827, it’s early days as Bytown, to the Capital’s role in WW1.

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