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National War Memorial

Elgin Street | Confederation Square, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 9N6, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday

refurbished and very impressive. Anyone not taking the time to look around, experience the impact of this monument and appreciate Canada's proud military history is missing out

Thank rancherj
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Highly recommended! A must see. It made me realize how horrible and frightening war is. A real eye opener for us who live peacefully in Canada. The building is beautifully designed too.

Thank Markyeee
Reviewed 4 days ago

I've had the privilege to visit war memorials all over the world, Canadian and otherwise. I might be somewhat bias but Canada's national memorial has got to be one of the very best. Personally I can linger there for hours admiring it and reflecting. We...More

Thank Oilerman
Reviewed 4 days ago

When visiting Ottawa, take a moment to visit this memorial, close your eyes and think of all those that have sacrificed their lives for you. A beautiful tribute to those who have fought for us Canadians. It's a wonderful thing to see, in the middle...More

Thank Aimee A
Reviewed 4 days ago

I find this Memorial to be so sad - so many lives lost standing on guard for Canada. I have been to Ottawa several times and have visited the Memorial each time. There is much more security now. They have restored the statues and they...More

Thank SweetD
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

When visiting the Nation's Capital take a few minutes out of your trip to visit the memorial and quietly reflect on the sacrifices of those men it represents. This beautiful monument is the most important site in Ottawa.

1  Thank Shaun P
Reviewed 1 week ago

Outstanding memorial. A must see for any Canadian. Sentry program in place over summer during day. Please show respect when there.

1  Thank malscum
Reviewed 1 week ago

On August 7, 2017, we were on Sparks Street and I brought my two kids to the National War Memorial to visit and get a brief explanation on why there are two soldiers standing guard. Such a peaceful monument to look at at give some...More

Thank Mark D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Watch the changing of the guard and listen to the bagpipes as the relief guards are piped in, then reflect for a moment or two at this elegant war memorial.

1  Thank flexitdriver
Reviewed 1 week ago

A short but worthwhile stop to make. We had the opportunity to see the guards posted at the war memorial (we were there in the morning; in the late afternoon when we walked by again, they were no longer there). The monument is awe inspiring,...More

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