• Ticket Deadline

    At least 1 day in advance.

  • Price

    $95 + 13% tax (Adults)

    $85 + 13% tax (Child 1-10 yrs)

  • Tour Company

    King Charters

  • Duration

    +13.50 hours (Full Day)

  • Available

    Saturday May 11, 2019

  • Pick-Up Locations

    7:30 am 2280 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6R 1X3 Loblaws Parking Lot

    8:00 am Maple Leaf Square (South Entrance of Union Station) (Map)

The world’s largest tulip festival, displaying over one million tulips. Our bus trip from Toronto will travel to Commissioners Park on the shores of Dow’s Lake, and along the Rideau Canal.  Millions of tulips set the stage for a celebration of Canada and Spring Weather.
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ByWard Market

Stop at Ottawa’s historic market

Parliament Hill

See Parliament Hill

Big Apple

Stop at the Big Apple Bakery

Cancellation

Cancel 48 hours before the tour date and receive a full refund.

Additional Tour Options
Adult TicketChildren (3 – 12)
$95 + 13% tax$85 + 13% tax

Toronto to Ottawa

A full day bus trip with pick-up and return from 2 convenient locations in Toronto.   The 5-hour bus ride (each way) will include a rest stop for meals, time at the tulip festival, byward Market, and a photo opportunity at Parliament Hill.
What’s Included
    • Round trip transportation on a deluxe Highway Coach or MiniBus.
    • Big Apple in Colborne (Rest Stop)
    • Ottawa Tulip Festival
    • Parliament Hill (Photo Stop)
    • Rest stop when returning to Toronto

Ottawa Tulip Festival

The Canadian Tulip Festival was established to celebrate the historic Royal gift of tulips from the Dutch to Canadians immediately following the Second World War as a symbol of international friendship. The Festival preserves the memorable role of the Canadian troops in the liberation of the Netherlands and Europe, as well as commemorates the birth of Dutch Princess Margriet in Ottawa during World War II—the only royal personage ever born in Canada

ByWard Market

The ByWard Market is Ottawa’s number one tourist attraction and it will be our meal stop on the trip before we head back to Toronto. This area averages 50,000 visitors per weekend in the summer months. It is home to both a local farmers’ market and artisans with many stands, as well as over 600 businesses.  Our stay here will only be 45 minutes, enough time to eat and take a few more pictures.