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Respond to our survey on this year’s edition of Open NCC. The survey should take approximately five minutes to complete.
LeBreton Flats is one of the most exciting redevelopment projects in Canada. Through this project, the NCC is transforming a 29-hectare site into a landmark destination and community filled with parks and amenities.
Come explore the Flats, see the progress made so far (including the crow sculpture, entitled When the Rubber Meets the Road by Gerald Beaulieu) and meet our experts to learn about the rich history of this site and plans for the future.
About the activity
Wheelchair-accessible outdoor walking tour. The walking tour will take approximately one hour, and the total distance is approximately 1 km.
This activity is suitable for all ages.
- 9 am to 10 am: English session
- 10 am to 11 am: French session
- 11 am to noon: English session
- 1 pm to 2 pm: English session
At LeBreton Flats next to the Canadian War Museum, on Vimy Place. Off the Ottawa River Pathway West.
The site is accessible by car, active mobility and public transportation. There is paid street parking on neighbouring streets and paid parking at the Canadian War Museum.
Bike racks are available nearby in front of the Canadian War Museum, Pimisi station or at Pīndigen Park.
Good to know
There are washrooms available at the Canadian War Museum near the starting point of the tour. Bring your own water bottle.
From Pīndigen Park, hop on the free chartered buses at the southeast corner of Wellington and Booth streets, to make your way to Gatineau Park and take part in all the Open NCC activities. You can also hop on one of the free chartered buses offered by Lady Dive in front of the War Museum to get to the Open NCC sites at Major’s Hill Park or the NCC River House.