At night, Ottawa is a mesmerizing sight to behold. You’ll get to see its overall beauty and glamor as you embark on this unique scenic night tour of the capital city. Through this guided tour, you will be taken on a narrated road trip of the entire city while witnessing some of the most spectacular scenes of Ottawa. From a sunset cruise to Parliament Hill, you’ll get a one-of-a-kind tour of this amazing city. So, make the most of it!
The scenic night tour of Ottawa commences with your direct pick-up from your hotel. Then, you will be given an informative narrated tour of the city. On this tour, you get to pass famous landmarks like Rockcliffe Park and Rideau Hall. These are the iconic landmarks that most tourists seek out on their tour to the capital of Canada.
Rockcliffe Park is famous for its beautiful historic residences. In fact, it is currently home to a number of politicians, ambassadors, business leaders, and former Prime Ministers.
Once you have completed the narrated tour of the city, you can enjoy the memorable sunset cruise along the famous Ottawa River. The cruise boat is highly impressive and you can look forward to having a relaxing time throughout your ride. As you are on board the cruise, you’ll experience splendid views of the entire city while glimpsing major attractions and landmarks from the river. At the same time, you also get to marvel at the amazing sunset over the city.
After the cruise, you will be escorted to the famous Byward Market. There are several shops in the area to explore. You will also come across several pit stops to have a snack or sample some of the local delicacies. A highly recommended place to enjoy a meal is at Beavertails in Byward Market.
The final stop of the night tour of Ottawa is going to be the marvelous Northern Lights Sound and Light Show on Parliament Hill. It is an impressive display of music and light highlighting some of the fascinating tales about history, major events, and key leaders. The show is set against the backdrop of the Center Block and Peace Tower at Parliament Hill.