National Capital Region Attractions

Lady Dive has partnered with some of the region’s finest museums and attractions to benefit you, our customer! Our partnerships with select museums allow us to offer our customers reduced admission to these museums when you purchase your museum admission along with your Lady Dive tickets. You can purchase your museum and Lady Dive tickets online (on the Lady Dive website) or at our downtown kiosk. We’ve included helpful information about each of our partner museums below, as well as the reduced admission price to each. Please note that you can only receive the reduced museum admission to any of these museums if you also purchase Lady Dive tickets. Enjoy your visit!

Canadian Museum of History – historymuseum.ca

“…In addition to its ongoing exhibitions, including the spectacular Grand Hall and First Peoples Hall, each year the Museum presents a number of outstanding exhibitions focusing on Canadian and world history and civilizations. These exhibitions include those developed by the Museum as well as many produced by other Canadian or international institutions. The Museum is also home to the Canadian Children’s Museum, a 500-seat theatre and the CINÉ+, a 295-seat movie theatre equipped with a giant 3D screen and a giant dome. Online, the Canadian Museum of History presents a number of excellent virtual exhibitions, including theVirtual Museum of Canada and the Virtual Museum of New France.”

From the Canadian Museum of History website: www.historymuseum.ca/about


  • Adult $10.50
  • Senior (60 years +) $10.50
  • Student (13 to 17 years) $10.50
  • Child (3 to 12 years) $10.50
  • Baby (0 to 2 years) Free
  • Family (2 adults and 1 to 3 children) $40.00

Plus all applicable taxes (13%)

Canadian War Museum – warmuseum.ca

“The Museum’s exhibition galleries and public programs have been designed to emphasize the human experience of war. The Canadian Experience Galleries present the military history of Canada from earliest times to present day, as well as Canada’s history of honouring and remembrance. Each gallery highlights defining moments in Canada’s military history and the ways in which past events have shaped the nation.

The Museum’s collections are among the finest military holdings in the world, including rare vehicles, artillery, uniforms, medals, personal memoirs and more than 13,000 works in the Beaverbrook Collection of War Art. In total, the collection comprises more than 3 million artifacts, specimens, works of art, written documents and sound and visual recordings. The Military History Research Centre houses the George Metcalf Archival Collection and the Hartland Molson Library. These extensive collections of primary and secondary research material document Canada’s rich military history.

From the Canadian War Museum website: www.warmuseum.ca/about


  • Adult $10.50
  • Senior (60 years +) $10.50
  • Student (13 to 17 years) $10.50
  • Child (3 to 12 years) $10.50
  • Baby (0 to 2 years) Free
  • Family (2 adults and 1 to 3 children) $40.00

Plus all applicable taxes (13%)

Canadian Museum of Nature – nature.ca

“The Canadian Museum of Nature is a part of Ottawa that is not to be missed…. The museum’s signature galleries and special exhibitions draw visitors from around the world. There’s something here for everyone: fossils and dinosaurs, mammals, birds, water, Earth.

It’s worth a visit for the architecture alone! The museum is a massive 100-year-old heritage building fondly known as “the castle.” It’s more than just a landmark; it’s a piece of our collective history. Read more about this excellent example of 20th-century architecture.”

From the Canadian Museum of Nature website: nature.ca


  • Adult $ 11.20
  • Senior (60 years +) $9.60
  • Student (13 to 17 years) $9.60
  • Child (3 to 12 years) $8.00
  • Baby (0 to 2 years)Free
  • Family (2 adults and 1 to 3 children)$30.00

Plus all applicable taxes (13%)

National Gallery of Canada – gallery.ca

The story of the National Gallery of Canada began in the late 19th-century with a simple dream: that Canadians should have a national gallery to call their own.

It would be a place to showcase Canadian art; to preserve, study and teach about this vast nation’s cultural heritage; and to acquire magnificent works from around the world. It would expose us to great art from all periods and in all its manifestations: paintings, photographs, sculptures and more.

Today, the National Gallery of Canada is one of the world’s most respected art institutions, revered for its scholarship, applauded for its ability to engage audiences of all ages and all levels of artistic knowledge, and renowned for its exceptional collection of approximately 65,000 works of art. It makes its home in a grand, light-filled structure of glass and granite, in which visitors can find a cloistered garden courtyard, a glass-bottomed pool, and a reconstructed 19th-century chapel.

From the National Gallery of Canada’s website: www.gallery.ca/en/about/history.php


  • Adult $ 11.00
  • Senior (60 years +) $ 11.00
  • Student (13 to 17 years) $ 11.00
  • Child (3 to 12 years) $ 11.00
  • Baby (0 to 2 years)Free

Plus all applicable taxes (13%)

Royal Canadian Mint – mint.ca

“The Royal Canadian Mint’s headquarters occupy the historic building in central Ottawa where the Mint was founded in 1908. Today, the Ottawa facility produces hand-crafted collector and commemorative coins, gold bullion coins, medals and medallions. This is where the master tooling is done to create the dies that strike coin designs for both circulation and commemorative issues. The Mint’s gold refining and advanced engineering operations are also located here in Ottawa.

Visit the Ottawa boutique at 320 Sussex Drive to add to your coin collection, find exciting gift ideas and take home some Mint memorabilia. Or take a guided tour to learn more about the exacting skill that goes into precision coin design.

-From the Royal Canadian Mint’s website : http://www.mint.ca


  • Adult $3.77
  • Senior (60 years +) $3.10
  • Student (13 to 17 years) $3.10
  • Child (3 to 12 years) $2.00
  • Baby (0 to 2 years)Free
  • Family (2 adults and 1 to 3 children)$9.52

Plus all applicable taxes (13%)