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The National Gallery of Canada is located in one of the most spectacular sites - along Ottawa's historic ByWard Market, overlooking the Ottawa... River and the Canadian Parliament buildings. Home to the world's largest and most comprehensive collection of Canadian art, including Indigenous art, the gallery is the country's finest art museum and a top attraction in Ottawa. Its award-winning architecture, spacious galleries, and interior gardens and courtyard, is itself worth a visit. Visitors can enjoy special exhibitions, guided tours and audio tours in English, French, Mandarin, German, and Spanish.Read More
Unobstructed path through public hallways that are wide enough to allow people using wheelchairs and other mobility devices to move easily through the building.
At least one identified, reserved parking space with a safe, clearly marked accessible route from the designated parking area to an accessible building entrance.
An accessible washroom stall has adequate manoeuvring room for mobility devices. Includes grab bars, transfer space, accessible door latch, sink with knee clearance, and lever handles or automatic sensor faucets.
Accessible entrance; adequate manoeuvring room; accessible washroom nearby. Tables with removable chairs and adequate knee clearance. Cafeteria/buffet counters reachable for mobility device users.