South-East Glebe

LEFT: Moses Chamberlain Edey, Architect, 1845-1919, Undated Photo. RIGHT: Central Canada Exhibition, Main Exhibit Hall in September 1903 ( Aberdeen Pavilion ) SOURCE: William James Topley Archives, LAC PA-008938

Sunday, July 24, 2016 - 14:00 to 15:30

This new tour explores the south-east quadrant of the Glebe, a residential suburb of Ottawa dating from the 1880's. The focus will be on the social and economic history of the area as well as distinctive housing stock and significant architectural structures including Abbotsford House and the Aberdeen Pavilion.

GUIDE: Ian McKercher has worked in or lived in The Glebe since 1969.  A founding member of the Glebe Historical Society, he writes regularly for the Glebe Report.

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

Address: 
Meet: Glebe Community Centre, 175 Third Avenue
Ottawa, ON
Canada