Outdoor stalls are seasonal. Building is open year-round.
Locavores, fashionistas and merrymakers love the pedestrian-friendly and historic ByWard Market neighbourhood. The area is bursting with so many unique boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants and bars that you’ll need to make return trips to Ottawa’s oldest, most-concentrated neighbourhood!
Beautiful place to explore and shop. Lots of little shopping stands and restaurants around. few minutes walk from the art museum and the parliament. Central to everything you can explore.
This is our downtown area. Huge shopping mall, a variety of restaurants, pubs and clubs. Farmer's market and lots of shops. Easily can spend the day walking and enjoying all that is offered.
“Its best to take the train when going downtown. If you must drive, then park at the World Exchange Plaza. Walk around the parliament building to the river and also go down to the Ottawa river parkway. ”
“Retail therapy is easy at the CF Rideau Centre – the largest shopping destination in the city. Between Nordstrom, Simons and all of your favourite affordable and luxury brand names, you’ll find everything you’re looking for. Or head across the street to NRML, one of North America’s premier streetwear boutiques. And to refuel after all that shopping, try a spa treatment at Holtz Spa or locally-inspired cuisine and craft beer at restaurants like The Albion Rooms.”
“in addition to bein a wonderful learning experience, it is located across the river form the ottawa parliament and ofte hosts festivals.”
“The National Gallery of Canada is home to the world's most comprehensive collection of Canadian art. Adjacent to the Byward Market district, the gallery is a modern architectural gem - a feast for the eyes from the outside and inside!”
Yes (incl. American Express)