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Free things to do during the weekend!

FREE! It is a  surprise that visiting Ottawa doesn’t have to cost a lot. These are free things to do during the weekend. Do you really want to experience it?

Sound & Light Show

Although the capital city’s Parliament Hill during the day is spectacular enough, it will definitely make you enchanted at night! Northern Lights is an impressive 30-minute multimedia show set against the backdrop of the iconic Parliament Buildings. If you want to upload some amazing pictures on your Instagram, you need to put this event on your first list.

Importantly, it’s free!

Photo by @ottawatourism

When: until September 8th

Where: Parliament Hill, Wellington St, Ottawa

Museum Night: National Gallery of Canada

Are you a big fan of fine art and exhibition? You can enjoy free admission to the National Gallery of Canada every Thursday night. You should bring your artist friends to expand your imagination in this beautiful glass and granite building.

Photo by @juiyun_wu

When: Every Thursday 5–8 pm

Where: 380 Sussex Dr, Ottawa, ON K1N 9N4

Taste of Wellington West

Taste Of Wellington West is a free event with a variety of tasting food for everyone, so you can eat enough at a time.

Remember to follow the map:

When: September 21st

Where: Wellington West, Ottawa

Ottawa Wiener Dog Parade

The super cute dog parade is definitely not to be missed!

It is a small dachshund parade, and this kind of creature is really cute.

Come and get in touch with the dog!

When: September 29th

Where: 21 Murray Street, Ottawa

Capital Pop – Up Cinema

Don’t miss the movie under the stars. The weather is not very cold, and you can enjoy the movie night of September with your three or four friends, have a drink, and watch the free movie is simply more comfortable.

Photo by @capitalpopupcinema

Let’s see what movies are there:

September 7th- Back To The Future (Beechwood Cemetery)

September 13th – Wayne’s World  (Sparks Street)

Full Moon Yoga At Lansdowne

The Full Moon Yoga event sounds so interesting. Yoga not only shapes our body shape, but also prevents chronic diseases and eliminates our usual exhaustion during the class. When you are in a bad mood, you can also practice yoga to become less emotional in your life.

Let’s feel the tranquility of the whole city with the moon.

When: September 14th

Where: Lansdowne Park, 1525 Princess Patricia Way, Ottawa

Love the Lock Bridge

Whether you believe it or not, with a small lock, you can lock the wish and the name of the beloved on the bridge, the wish will be realized.

Photo by @rolandbastphoto

It is free, so you can lock your wish at any time.

Where: Corktown Footbridge, Ottawa

613 Flea Market

Visitors to 613flea will find an ever-changing marketplace of awesome vendors who feature eclectic goods, crafts, antique & vintage finds, and one-of-a-kinds!

During this month, 613flea buzzes back to Lansdowne Park on Saturday, September 21st between 10am to 3pm due to a Redblacks football game. By the way, the 613nightmarket rises again on Friday, Sept 20th between 5pm to 10pm.

Bring your best friends to join with you, because it is always free admission.

When: Sep 21st, 2019

Where: Aberdeen Pavilion, 1000 Exhibition Way, Ottawa



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