What to Do in Ottawa During March Break

How to Keep Them Busy All Break

March Break Activities in Ottawa

If you’re sticking around Ottawa for March Break and the kids aren’t in a day camp, you’re probably already making a list of activities to keep everyone busy and happy. We’ve rounded up a list of special events happening across the city for you and the kids to enjoy—so you’ll never hear choruses of ‘I’m bored!’ There’s plenty of entertainment and educational fun all week in Ottawa. 

Step Back in Time 
The Billings Estate National Historic Site will open its doors during March Break for self-guided tours and exploration. Your family can play games and learn about Ottawa’s past. Inside the Museum are artifacts and interesting tidbits about the history of the Estate. Be sure to check out the Ice House and walk around the gorgeous grounds.

Tinker Away 
Children ages 6-12 can learn about engineering and computer science at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum. We suspect many kids know a thing or two about computers thanks to Minecraft and other popular games. Registration is required for the Museum’s daily tinkering workshop, and we recommend registering early as we think this will be a huge hit.

Looking for more? We've got enough to last you all week. Click here to see the rest of our March Break Activities in Ottawa

Tested by Rebecca Stanisic
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First published 2016.03.03

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