This month we are highlighting our work at Ottawa’s Cultural & Heritage Sites!
Despite Canada’s recent beginnings, only becoming a country in 1867, there is an abundance of historic sites to be explored across our expansive land. There is nowhere better to explore them than in Ottawa and the national capital region!
From historic farming estates, such as the Fairfield Heritage House, to important monuments in the heart of Ottawa, such as the Bytown Museum, 3D Virtual tours offer you the possibility of touring and enjoying these historic sites from the comfort of your own home!
Come tour these Historic and Cultural Sites across Canada’s Capital Region!
3D Virtual tours offer you the opportunity to visit and tour a number of historic sites through your computer, phone, or tablet. Take some time to walk through the following tours created by Point3D and explore, as each is accompanied by background information on the location’s historic significance.
Fairfields Heritage House
Location 3080 Richmond Rd, Nepean, ON K2B 7T9
Fairfields Heritage House is an impressive 19th Century Gothic Revival farmhouse located 10 minutes away from Ottawa’s Parliament buildings, near Bayshore. A 3D Virtual Tour of the museum gives insight into its 200+ years of rich, local history and the people who helped shape the evolution of the area.
Step inside the Fairfields Heritage House with Point3D’s Virtual tour to experience life as it was hundreds of years ago, with infographics along the way providing you with detailed information about the location and its history!
Watson’s Mill Heritage Site
Location 5525 Dickinson St, Manotick, ON
Built in the 1860’s by Moss Kent Dickinson and Joseph Currier, the vision for Watons’s Mill was to build a milling complex and new community in what is now present-day Manotick. Watson’s Mill was used as a mill for over 100 years, celebrating its centenary, before the mill manager Harry Watson, the namesake, entered into a partnership with the National Capital Commission.
Today, flour can still be purchased from Watson’s Mill, which is fully operational. Take the opportunity to explore the historic Mill via a 3D Virtual tour, with special access to the watermill, only accessible virtually!
Location 1 Canal Ln, Ottawa, ON K1P 5P6
Situated in the heart of Downtown Ottawa, the ByTown Museum is a reflection of the area’s rich history, and a 3D Virtual tour will take you through the museum’s permanent exhibits, detailing the history of Canada’s capital. It is the oldest stone building in Ottawa, built in 1827.
Through our interactive 3D Virtual tour, full of detailed infographics, virtual visitors can learn about the history arrival of Lieutenant-Colonel John By, the construction of the Rideau Canal during the lumber era, the naming of Ottawa as Canada’s capital, all the way through to the First World War!
Former Almonte Post Office
Location 72 Mill St, Almonte, ON K0A 1A0
Designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1983, the Former Almonte Post Office is a striking building, with a beautiful stone exterior. Built in a two-year period from 1889 to 1891, the building is a Romanesque Revival style positioned in a prominent position in Almonte’s downtown. The former post office is ready to be explored via 3D Virtual tours!
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