Best Activities for This Holiday Season in Ottawaby Lookup Fare Cheap flights are always available on Lookupfare
As the chilling winter is already in its full swing, Canada’s charismatic capital gets into the holiday spirit with a plethora of exceptional events and activities. From fairytale vistas created by thousands of sparkling lights, to festive dramatic displays and culinary delights; visitors will be charmed by the scenic snow covered season of Ottawa. This article sketches down some of the major activities for this holiday season in the city that is sure to get you into a cheerful holiday mood.
Magic of Lights
Book cheap flights to Ottawa and drench yourself in the Magic of Lights — an astounding drive of 1.2 miles through the bright festive lights. Capture it in your cameras or in your heart as you whiz past the canopy of a million twinkling lights. The roads decorated with countless lights and LED animations will send you in to a trance of happiness. About one million LED lights are displayed over the path that comprises of a 200 ft. tunnel and a massive LED exhibition of popular winter charismas characters like elves, snowman and many alike make it even merrier.
When – November 17, 2017 – January 6, 2018
20th Annual Trees of Hope for CHEO
If you have not booked your flight tickets yet, find last minute flights to Ottawa and visit the halls of the Fairmont Château Laurier. The halls are speckled with several exquisitely festooned Christmas trees during the holiday season. Visitors can opt to relish a meal or have evening tea at this hotel; or wander through the halls dotted by the beautiful trees. Fairmont Château Laurier proudly organizes and celebrates this event every year in support of the kids at Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario.
When – November 27, 2017 – January 4, 2018
The Haunted Walk’s Nightmare Before/After Xmas Tour
It is one of the most sought after tours that takes place during the festive season. Opt for any cheap travel tickets to Ottawa and enjoy the haunted walk to discover the eerie side of the winter festivity. Participants can hear about startling and strange festive traditions from across the globe and some scary Christmas related ghost stories. Mainly, the tour takes place within the mysterious Bytown Museum, one of the oldest and most haunted buildings in Ottawa. Tickets for this tour are very limited and expected to sell instantly. So, grab one as soon as possible.
When: December 5 – 30, 2017.
A Christmas Carol at the NAC
The winter season is popular for its Christmas specials and what could be better than watching some superlative plays. Keeping with the tradition, this year, National Arts Center brings you Jillian Keiley’s version of Charles Dickens’ beloved holiday classic — A Christmas Carol. Besides this popular stage show, you can also take some time out and explore the splendid National Arts Centre.
When: December 5 – 24, 2017
Christmas Lights across Canada, Ice Skating on Parliament Hill, Originals Ottawa Christmas Craft Sale, National Gallery of Canada’s Christmas Tree Lighting and Chamberfest Christmas Concerts are some other major events that make for the perfect holiday season mood.
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