Places to stay in Richmond, Ontario
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Richmond is . Founded in 1818, it spans the Jock River, a tributary of the Rideau River. Some residents have historic and economic roots in the immediate area. Richmond operates as a small core to its residents. To others, the village serves as a bedroom community for the larger urban area of Ottawa. Richmond's amalgamation with the city of Ottawa in 2001 has had mixed results. A significant impact on democratic representation, as well as threats to local values and determination are some of the major concerns. Richmond is 15 km from North Gower, 32 km from Carleton Place, 36 km from Downtown Ottawa, 41 km from Smiths Falls and 45 km from Perth. Local dining options include Royals Restaurant, Pinelopi's Greek Kitchen, Broadway Bar & Grill, and Wendy's.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the community, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Richmond is located close to Russell, Beech Island, Hawthorne Meadows, Champ de tir Connaught and Lac Demi-Lune.
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- Longitude: -75°49'44.4
- Latitude: 45°11'46.68
Things to see and do
Wall Space Gallery
Located at 358 Richmond Road. Wall Space Gallery is Ottawa's best art gallery for custom framing and original art.
Located at 1430 Prince Of Wales Drive. Malen Framing. Ottawa's Premier Framer. In business since 1977. Unlock your imagination at Malen Framing.
Diefenbunker, Canada's Cold War Museum
Located at 3911 Carp Road. Join our guides on a tour of this once top-secret facility! See the decontamination centre, the CBC studio, the Bank of Canada Vault and more! Tours offered daily, reservations required.
Canada Science and Technology Museum
Located at 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.
Located at 175 Montreal Road. Offering the best of both world's. All the comforts of your neighbourhood bar with a variety of ladies to suit your pleasure. A discreet locale with sleek comforts and cozy style make it easy to escape the daily grind, celebrate with friends or try on a new fantasy. Couples welcome anytime. We offer free parking, a full menu and maintain a no-pressure policy. .
Currency Museum of the Bank of Canada
Located at 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
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