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"Nice travel, very cultural and historical context. Perfect for concluding a history of Quebec and Canada! "Madame Charpentier Josée - École Louis-Philippe Paré

1 day from 49$* per students

2 days from 109$*

3 days from 199$*

*Some conditions apply




1st day
Morning: Departure from the school bus luxury.

Morning: Visit the Canadian Museum of Civilization, followed by a picnic dinner at Rideau Park. We suggest that students take their lunch bag.

Afternoon: The National Capital Commission's "Making of the Capital" walking tour - discover how the little lumber town called Bytown became Ottawa, capital of Canada and a world-class city.   Also join the "Discover the Hill" tour which will take you on an exploration of Parliament Hill - an unforgettable Capital experience!
In the evening, possibility to swim in the wave pool, Cosmic Bowling, cruise on the Rideau Canal or Ottawa haunted walk. Arrival at residences and shared rooms.

2nd day


Morning: deluxe continental breakfast.

Morning: Departure by bus to the National Museum of Science and Technology, for a visit to this museum renovated! Programs of the Museum of Science and Technology Museum are an extension of the material presented in class, encouraging participation, learning and problem-solving.

Workshops and programs filled with activities meet the needs of the youth, while students in intermediate and secondary levels are stimulated through activities focusing on interaction and problem solving, demonstrations, and discoveries. The Academic Programs are supported by information kits that provide teachers with activities before and after the visit ... Followed by a dinner on site.

Afternoon: a visit to the Currency Museum of the Bank of Canada. A learning center with educational staff will welcome you. Two educational tools are available online, "What is money? "Education kit (4th and 6th years) and an interactive DVD '' Inflation busters! " is a dynamic program for high school economics students.

There after, enjoy a stroll on the avenue embassies to go see Rideau Hall, the official residence of the Governor General of Canada.

You can then visit the Canada Aviation Museum.

Back to School with a stop en route to dinner.

And why not an extra day?

• Visit the Diefenbunker, Canada's Cold War Museum  in the morning and then go to the brand new Calypso Aquatic Park, the big brother of the Village Vacances Valcartier, which will open its doors in early June 2010!


  • Transport in luxury coach
  • Accommodation in halls of residence and breakfast
  • Service of a guide-host for the duration of stay
  • Admission to the activities
  • Taxes and service charges

All our programs are flexible and tailored to your specific needs!

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    The National Capital Commission is a Crown corporation that was created by Parliament in 1959 as the steward of federal lands and buildings in the National Capital Region, with a mandate and mission to build the Capital region into a source of pride and unity for Canadians.

    If you have only seen the Capital region in photographs, your idea of it may be limited to the silhouette of the Parliament Buildings. But there is much more to this region — 4,715 square kilometres more.

    Along with its two predecessor organizations — the Federal District Commission (FDC) and the Ottawa Improvement Commission (OIC) — the NCC has worked since 1899 to make the Capital an expression of the Canadian identity. Thanks to the steady, persistent and focused efforts of generation after generation of planners and landscape architects, Canada's Capital is today a model of unspoiled shorelines, scenic parkways and boulevards, preserved heritage, monuments and expansive parks. Just as importantly, the Capital has become a place for national encounters, celebrations, commemorations and learning.


    Education and Youth

    The National Capital Commission (NCC), a Crown corporation created by Parliament, is dedicated to making the Capital accessible to all Canadians. The NCC endeavours to support learning in young Canadians about the richness of Canada’s Capital, through various activities and resources.

    Throughout the school year, Canada’s Capital offers to teachers an incomparable array of national treasures, sights and activities that make for truly memorable moments.

    Explore Canada's capital with these free, downloadable classroomtools!




    This pre-visit kit is the perfect tool to excite your students about their upcoming visit to Canada’s Capital Region. These activities are ready to be done right in your classroom and are designed to prepare your students for what they’re going to see and do in Canada’s Capital. 


    The Gathering Place: An Exploration of Canada’s Capital
    Can’t make it to the capital this year, but still want a “capital” experience? These activities and lessons designed by Classroom Connections are ready to be used to teach about the Capital, the Canadian identity and its symbols.









                  Note that special rates are available in November under the program ''Remember November''. Please ask one of our travel consultants educational!