Sandy Hill

Left: Lady Laurier and friends circa 1907. Right: Laurier House, 1902  / Photos: Library and Archives Canada

 

Sunday, September 25, 2016 - 14:00 to 16:00

This walking tour looks at late nineteenth and early twentieth-century buildings of historical or architectural importance in the northeast quadrant of Sandy Hill, an area favoured by lumber barons, mining magnates and politicians in Ottawa’s early years. Sandy Hill was home to four Canadian Prime Ministers.

The tour will include a visit to allsaints where there will be an open house and a short concert by cellist Julian Armour and harpist Caroline Léonardelli.

GUIDE: François Bregha has extensively researched the stories of "Prime Minister's Row" and is a longtime Sandy Hill resident.

 

Heritage Ottawa Members: $5  /  Non-Members: $10  ( Payable by cash at start of the tour )

 

Photos: Library and Archives Canada ( Left: C-015562, Right: PA-008979 / William James Topley )

Address: 
Meet: Laurier House, 335 Laurier Avenue East at Chapel Street
Ottawa, ON
Canada