Zu Inhalten springen
Einkaufszentrum

CF Rideau Centre

Von 198 Einheimischen empfohlen ·

Tipps von Einheimischen

Zoey
Zoey
November 3, 2019
Great mall with a ton of stores!
Faz
Faz
October 31, 2019
Largest indoor mall in Ottawa
Audrey
Audrey
December 20, 2019
Perfect for shopping !
May
May
September 4, 2019
Get some shopping done, get anything you’re missing here!
Christopher
Christopher
July 15, 2019
Just a thirty minute drive. "Rideau Centre is Ottawa's premier shopping destination located in the heart of downtown, one block east of Parliament Hill. We're home to the biggest names in fashion, beauty, accessories, electronics, entertainment and more." Source: CF Rideau Centre Facebook/About
Linda
Linda
June 20, 2019
If you want to get out and shop, you will likely find anything you are looking for at or near the Rideau Centre in the Market. You'll find all the chain stores along with Hudson's Bay and Simons and Nordstrom Department stores. Nordstrom is one of my favourite stores...its a very civilized…
Vanesa
Vanesa
July 27, 2019
Near the parliament, you are walk-in distance to the Rideau center-our famous shopping mall.
Joan
Joan
August 18, 2019
The Rideau Centre is a four-level shopping centre on Rideau Street in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It borders on Rideau Street, the ByWard Market, the Rideau Canal, the Mackenzie King Bridge, and Nicholas Street in Downtown Ottawa. Over 20 million people visit the mall annually. Wikipedia

Einzigartige Aktivitäten in der Umgebung

Unterkünfte in der Nähe

Das empfehlen Einheimische

Capitol Building
“Parliament Hill is one of Canada’s most iconic sites and a must-see when visiting Canada’s capital. The historic, neo-Gothic Parliament Buildings stand tall on a hill overlooking the majestic Ottawa River in downtown Ottawa. And although the buildings are home to the country’s federal government (Prime Minister Justin Trudeau works there), visitors are welcome on-site for free tours and programming all year-long. Whether you visit Parliament Hill for a selfie, for a tour, or to experience one of the many free events, you’ll never run out of things to discover!”
  • Von 294 Einheimischen empfohlen
History Museum
“A great trip for the whole family with many various exhibits. Learn all about Canada, Indigenous, and check out the neat architecture. The views are also stunning.”
  • Von 182 Einheimischen empfohlen
Markt
“Locavores, fashionistas and merrymakers love the pedestrian-friendly and historic ByWard Market neighbourhood. The area is bursting with so many unique boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants and bars that you’ll need to make return trips to Ottawa’s oldest, most-concentrated neighbourhood! History The ByWard Market itself – now one of the oldest farmers’ markets in Canada – was established in 1826 by Lieutenant-Colonel John By, Builder of the Rideau Canal. The area was created as a commercial sector to support the builders of the Rideau Canal. Soon, stores, taverns, hotels, residential and industrial buildings sprang up, and Rideau Canal labourers of mostly French-Canadian and Irish origin settled in. As the area evolved, so did the architectural styles. Many of the original buildings still house a melting pot of businesses and cultures – all of which contribute to the area’s eclectic charm. Farmers’ market The ByWard Market Square is home to indoor food vendors and unique shops, as well as a year-round outdoor market brimming with artists’ handcrafted goods, seasonal fresh farmers’ produce and flowers. Once inside the central part of the building, look up to see the large papier mâché sculpture hanging from the ceiling. Created in 1978, the impressive piece called McClintock’s Dream depicts colourful market vendors from times past in an enormous cloud. Dining Whatever culinary experience you’re craving, you’ll find it in the ByWard Market area. Gourmet dining at Sur Lie Fine Food and Wine or Restaurant e18hteen; high end dining in a casual atmosphere at Play Food & Wine; affordable international eats in the ByWard Market Square; 24-hour diner fare at Zak’s diner. And no one can resist a sweet or savoury BeaverTail pastry at its original location. If you’d prefer to try multiple restaurants in one go, book a dining tour with Experience Food or Ottawa Tasting Tours and let them take care of the planning. Or for a broader look at the ByWard Market food scene (including samples), join a C’est Bon Cooking Food Tour, which visits foodie stops like Mantovani 1946. These tour companies also offer tours in other neighbourhoods. Nightlife In the evening, the neighbourhood’s many pubs, bars and clubs fill up with revellers, and in the warm months, the many outdoor patios provide the perfect setting to people watch or to be seen. Live music and DJs keep you dancing into the night at favourite local haunts like the Rainbow Bistro or Mercury Lounge. Tap your toes to the sound of Jazz while sipping wine at Vineyards Wine Bar Bistro. Enjoy Irish pub hospitality at venues like the Heart & Crown or brewpubs like Lowertown Brewery. Or for a truly local experience, visit the Château Lafayette. Known locally as The Laff, this classy tavern meets dive bar is the city’s oldest bar! Shopping Independently-run boutiques, shops and galleries are around every corner in the ByWard Market area. Stroll along high-end Sussex Drive and browse international brands at Schad or Trustfund; unique creations at Kaliyana and Farah Studio; works of art at the Gordon Harrison Canadian Landscape Gallery; and home designs at The Modern Shop and Zone. At the North end of Dalhousie Street, known as NorthDal, Workshop Studio & Boutique exclusively carries Canadian brands including their quirky creations; Sukhoo Sukhoo makes haute couture designs, and Chapeaux de Madeleine creates beautiful hats. And don’t miss tucked away jewels like Milk Shop on William Street, Roadtrip in the Clarendon Courtyard and Librairie du Soleil on York Street.”
  • Von 220 Einheimischen empfohlen
Souvenirshop
“Art museum with many Canadian works (3 mins walking distance to our building)”
  • Von 191 Einheimischen empfohlen
History Museum
“The Canadian War Museum is more than a museum that is internationally renowned for its symbolic architecture; it is known for inspiring and touching stories. Canada's rich military history is showcased through artifacts, personal stories, artwork, photos and interactive presentations. Tour the extensive permanent exhibitions and expand your knowledge of the conflicts that shaped Canada, Canadians and the world. Rest and reflect in Memorial Hall. Discover the Museum's fascinating architectural theme. And chat with a veteran to let history come alive.”
  • Von 102 Einheimischen empfohlen
Standort
50 Rideau St
Ottawa, ON K1N 9J7
Telefonnummer+1 613-236-6565
ÖffnungszeitenGeöffnet · Schließt um 7:00 PM
Kreditkarten
Ja (inkl. American Express & MasterCard)
Unterstützt von Foursquare