Places to stay in Gloucester, Ontario
We currently have 16 accommodations in and around Gloucester with other regional listings available for Campgrounds, Motels, B&B's, Hotels and other properties.
Gloucester was a city in eastern Ontario on the Ottawa River and is now a suburb of and within the City of Ottawa. Gloucester Township was established in 1792 and originally included lands east of the Rideau River from the Ottawa River south to Manotick. It was incorporated as a township in 1850 and became a city in 1981. Gloucester was one of the 11 municipalities that merged in 2001 to form the new city of Ottawa. Local dining options include Full Start Chinese Food Take Out, Shallows Restaurant, K S Restaurant, and Montana's Cookhouse & Saloon.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the city, though there are a few nearby motels. If you are travelling in the area, Gloucester is located close to Gloucester Glen, Courtland Park, Billings Bridge, Notre-Dame-de-Lorette and Station des Forces canadiennes Leitrim.
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Best reviewed accommodations in Gloucester
It was an ok hotel. For the money, I expected more however my stay there was smooth without any significant issues. Cleaning staff supervisor was a touch pushy and this is the first hotel I have stayed at where I had to pay for internet usage from the business center. Since I know I can get more .....
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- Longitude: -75°38'32.892
- Latitude: 45°21'10.314
Canada Science and Technology Museum - 1867 St. Laurent Boulevard
Located only minutes from downtown Ottawa, Canada’s largest science and technology museum is a great hands-on experience for visitors of all ages. Discover some of the most important scientific objects in Canada. Climb aboard real trains, try your hand at fascinating experiments, and see for yourself how science and technology affect our everyday lives.
Currency Museum of the Bank of Canada - 245 Sparks Street
Step back in time and explore the evolution of money around the world and through the ages at the Currency Museum. Experience the most comprehensive collection of Canadian notes, coins, and tokens in the world as well as currency from other countries. Fascinating displays of mediums of exchange including shells, glass beads, teeth, cacao beans, paper, and metal await you. FREE ADMISSION
Canadian Museum Of Nature - 240 Mcleod
The Canadian Museum of Nature is Canada's national natural history museum. The museum is located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
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