I live in Ottawa but when I am downtown and looking for something to do or wanting some information, I stop in and talk to the staff...they are very friendly and have answers.
How can the nation's capital downgrade its major tourism information to a "kiosk"? This is such a race to the bottom and another indicator how Canada is losing its place in the world. Go to any major city in the world -- London, Berlin, Melbourne, etc. etc. and you will find they have excellent tourist resources for those visiting. But... More
Central, knowledgable staff, great 3-d map of downtown and some interesting activities for kids
The staff were very knowledgeable and helpful. I did prefer the old location across from the Parliament Buildings as it was much easier to access.
I was moving in the area, coming from another province in 98 and that's the first stop I made and I have no regrets, we've found so much information's , so now I recommend this to anyone who wants to move in the surroundings of Ottawa, or to anyone who are just visiting ...they even have booklets for rebates on... More
If you need any kind of advice, you can get a lot of good help here. They know a lot and are very serviceminded.
The old Capital Infocentre has moved to the World Exchange Plaza at 111 Albert Street, Ottawa (ON) and is now called the Capital Information Kiosk. The staff is still friendly and posess a wealth of knowledge, plus they have lots of great insider tips to share!
Hands down the best tourist information booth I have been to anywhere. Well stocked with brochures, maps and knowledgable staff that enjoy helping you. And free washrooms to boot - cannot be beat on Canada Day or any big event downtown.
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