The Governor-General of Canada is the official residence of the Governor-General of Canada. It is free and there are English and French guides every day. This is a very unique place and there are many beautiful places to explore. I highly recommend visiting here because you can learn a lot and you will miss a lot if you don't come. We were also impressed by the garden here.
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I went to the Canadian Governor’s Mansion twice. The first time was pure check-in. The second time was because I saw in my travel notes that there were trees planted here by two Chinese leaders, so I came to look for them one by one. Still not found.
The Government House of Canada is located at the end of sussex street. I have been there twice, both by car No. 11. The scenery along the way is very good, and the Government House itself is also very beautiful, with green grass.
I just want to say that the Governor's House is too big, a person lives in a big park, the official residence is not allowed to enter, there is a guard 💂 to stop me, it is very polite.
The Government House of Canada is one of the top ten attractions on the list of well-known attractions in Ottawa. It is located at the end of Sussex street. I walked directly from Capitol Hill on both occasions, which was a great exercise.
An appointment is required, no ticket is required. You can enter after security check. It is difficult to find a parking space, and it took three laps to find a place in the surrounding residential areas. The garden of the Governor's Mansion can be visited casually, the place is quite large. The buildings that can be visited are the first and second floors, and there are specialized English-speaking commentators, each with about 30 people. Our group of commentators are beautiful, professional and funny, and they are constantly interacting with you. There are also some small props to make it easier for everyone to remember. The visit time is about one hour. Through the visit, you can also learn a little bit about Canadian history.