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This Week in the Ottawa Valley

Attractions and Museums

Discover your Sense of Adventure in the Ottawa Valley!

We have loads of activities that will leave you with fun-filled memories. Spend the day playing at one of our family attractions, horseback riding in our fields, zip-lining through our forests, spelunking in our caves or slip-sliding down water slides.

Go back in time at one our museums. With over 20 museums in the Ottawa Valley it is hard to miss our rich heritage and proud history.

 


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Calabogie Peaks Ski Resort
Calabogie Peaks Ski Resort

Calabogie Peaks Resort, Eastern Ontario’s largest mountain resort has become the distinct four-season meeting, leisure and recreation destination of Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec. Guests’ year round compliment their time spent at the conference table with activities on the mountain, lake and land. Winter at the resort boasts skiing, boarding, snowshoeing and cross country skiing on Ontario's tallest public ski mountain with numerous trails for every experience level and an expanded ski school for newcomers of all ages. Warm weather activities include our 9-hole Ironwoods golf course, tennis, unlimited hiking and lake activities. The resort has hotel rooms, one to three bedroom condos, indoor pool, outdoor hot tub, complimentary Wi-Fi and parking. Enjoy our country warmth and hospitality combined with limitless activities year around for an unforgettable experience on the MOUNTAIN, LAKE or LAND.

 

Amenities:
FoodCredit Cards Accepted
Interac AcceptedGift Shop
Wheelchair AccessFamily Friendly
Address:
30 Barrett Chute Road
Calabogie, Ontario
K0J 1H0

Contact:
Phone: 613-752-2720
Toll Free: 1-800-669-4861
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Canadian Clock Museum (The)
Canadian Clock Museum (The)

Here at Canada's only clock museum there are hundreds of Canadian-made clocks from the early 1800s to the present time. See pendulums swinging, hear movements ticking and striking the hours. Enjoy a guided tour of our Exhibit Room that includes many period artifacts, including working old record players.

Amenities:
AdmissionGuided Tours
Open All YearGift Shop
Family Friendly
Address:
P.O. Box 1684
60 James Street
Deep River, Ontario
K0J 1P0
GPS Coordinates:
N, W

Contact:
Phone: 613.584.9687
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CFB Petawawa Military Museums
CFB Petawawa Military MuseumsDiscover the mysteries and the stories of the Units and Regiments of Garrison Petawawa.  From the steps of European explorers and settlers to the military might of Canada’s Armed Forces, the area we know as Petawawa has witnessed the breath of history.

Explore the history of the elite First Special Service Force, the First Canadian Parachute Battalion and the Canadian Airbone Regiment. What were their missions on D-Day, WWII Italy and Cypress? How to air drop a jeep from a plane?
Amenities:
Guided ToursOpen Daily
Open All YearWheelchair Access
Family Friendly
Address:
Base Building P-51
63 Colbourne Rd
Petawawa, Ontario
K8H 2X3
GPS Coordinates:
N, W

Contact:
Phone: 613.588.6238
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Champlain Trail Museum and Pioneer Village
Champlain Trail Museum and Pioneer Village

Come visit the Champlain Trail Museum and Pioneer Village, the oldest Museum in the Ottawa Valley which contains an extensive rarely seen collection of local history!  Exhibit highlights include a replica of Champlains astrolabe, a First Nations exhibit, a Victorian Home, Pembrokes 1923 Bickle Fire Engine, Consolidated Lumber Company's steam engine, and a Cockburn pointer boat!  Outside highlights include the Lowertown Schoolhouse, pioneer church, a log home a blacksmith shop and carriage shed. 

The CTMPV is open for guided public and school tours from the last week of May to the first week of October.  There are also many special events held throughout the year including the the Museum's annual Strawberry Social in June, Victorian Tea in July and Fall Nostalgia Fair. Depending on the year the Museum also holds special events to commemmorate historical anniversaries!

Amenities:
AdmissionDay Trips
Guided ToursOpen Daily
Gift ShopWheelchair Access
Family FriendlyFrench Services Available
Address:
1032 Pembroke Street East
Pembroke, Ontario
K8A 6Z2
GPS Coordinates:
N, W

Contact:
Phone: 613.735.0517
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Chutes Coulonge Park
Chutes Coulonge ParkExperience the breathtaking scenery of the area's most magnificent waterfalls and canyon. The site pays tribute to the historic days of the great log drives, and a 3000ft wooden log slide. Explore the Coulonge Falls on well maintained pedestrian trails, footbridges, and lookouts. Bring a picnic, shop for souvenirs or browse the many logging artifacts.

Of course don’t forget the aerial adventure park!

Experience the thrill - 2 giant zip lines (260 meters and 100 meters) above white water rapids located in the magnificent canyon of the Coulonge River. This breathtaking activity will provide you with the ultimate zip lining experience. It’s a must!
Amenities:
AdmissionDay Trips
Interac AcceptedGift Shop
Family Friendly
Address:
CP 914
100 Promenade du Parc-des-Chutes
Mansfield, Québec
J0X 1R0
GPS Coordinates:
N, W

Contact:
Phone: 819.683.2770
Toll Free: 888.683.2770
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Diefenbunker: Canada's Cold War Museum
Diefenbunker: Canada's Cold War Museum

The Diefenbunker is a four-story, 300 room, 100,000 square foot underground bunker, and was meant to house 535 Canadian government officials and military officers in the event of a nuclear war. Shrouded in mystery, the Diefenbunker, nicknamed after then Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, was designed and built in secrecy during the crest of Cold War fear, between 1959 and 1961. The name of the facility was given by a Toronto Star journalist who exposed a story of its development. Want to know more? Visit us for a tour!

Special events and activities take place throughout the year so check back often to see what's coming next at the Diefenbunker.

Amenities:
AdmissionGuided Tours
Credit Cards AcceptedInterac Accepted
Open DailyOpen All Year
Gift ShopWheelchair Access
Family Friendly
Address:
3929 Carp Road
Ottawa, Ontario
K0A 1L0
GPS Coordinates:
N, W

Contact:
Phone: 613.839.0007
Toll Free: 800.409.1965
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Friends of Bonnechere Parks
Friends of Bonnechere Parks
Address:
4024 Round Lake Road
Killaloe, Ontario
K0J 2A0
GPS Coordinates:
N, W

Contact:
Phone: 613.757.2103
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Frontier Trails Kids Camp
Frontier Trails Kids CampEnjoy a quiet family trail ride through our 100 acres of fields and forests.  Our horses are quiet and dependable with a lot of experience.  All trails are guided by Frontier Trails staff.  Trail Rides are available all year, weather permitting.  Trail rides must be booked in advance so please contact the camp office. In addition to trail rides there are also riding lessons and children’s camping opportunities.
Amenities:
AdmissionDay Trips
Guided ToursCredit Cards Accepted
Open All YearGift Shop
Family Friendly
Address:
10545 Highway 60
Eganville, Ontario
K0J 1T0
GPS Coordinates:
N45, W77

Contact:
Phone: 613.625.2416
Fax: 613.625.2675
Toll Free: 888.605.2549
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Great Canadian Bungee
Great Canadian Bungee
Amenities:
Credit Cards AcceptedInterac Accepted
Address:
1780 Route 105
Chelsea, Québec
J0X 3G0
GPS Coordinates:
N, W

Contact:
Phone: 819.459.3714
Toll Free: 877.828.8170
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Hugli's Blueberry Ranch, Ice Cream and Country Gift Store
Hugli's Blueberry Ranch, Ice Cream and Country Gift StoreThe fun park located at Hugli's Blueberry Ranch is open 7 days a week.  There is a tunnel slide, friendly farm animals, pirate ship and hay mazes, bouncing buddies, walking trails and so much more.  Admission for the park facilities $2. Also visit the blueberry patch or country store for a whole wagon full of great treats and delights!
Amenities:
Day TripsFood
Credit Cards AcceptedInterac Accepted
Gift ShopWheelchair Access
Family FriendlyGuided Tours (by Appointment)
Eco-friendly EstablishmentFrench Services Available
Address:
2139 Greenwood Road
Pembroke, Ontario
K8A 6W2
GPS Coordinates:
N, W

Contact:
Phone: 613.638.1288
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