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Gatineau Travel Guide

Gatineau is situated on the northern bank of the Ottawa River, immediately across from Ottawa, Ontario, and is located within Canada's National Capital Region. Gatineau is located in western Quebec.

Gatineau's important tourist attractions include the Canadian Museum of Civilization and the Casino du Lac Leamy. In August, the Casino hosts an international fireworks competition, which opposes four different countries with the winner being awarded a Prix Zeus prize for the best overall show. At the beginning of September, Gatineau hosts an annual hot air balloon festival, which fills the skies with colourful gas-fired passenger balloons.

Visitors to Gatineau can enjoy the parks in the area, such as Lac Beauchamp Park. Streams of all sizes run through these natural expanses. Most of the city is on level ground but the Northern and Eastern parts lie on the beginnings of the foothills of the massive Canadian Shield, or Laurentian mountains - the "Gatineau Hills". One of Gatineau's urban parks, Jacques Cartier Park is used by the National Capital Commission during the popular festival, Winterlude.

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Maison de la culture de Gatineau, Gatineau
Maison de la culture de Gatineau

Salle Odyssée at Maison de la culture features theatre and music, song, humour and dance shows.

(Comedy, Dance, Music, Performing Arts)
Canadian Museum of Civilization, Gatineau
Canadian Museum of Civilization

The Canadian Museum of Civilization preserves and promotes Canada's heritage.

Symmes Inn Museum, Gatineau
Symmes Inn Museum

The permanent exhibition covers the theme of the Ottawa River, a key route that was used by Aboriginal people, explorers...

Galerie Montcalm, Gatineau
Galerie Montcalm

Established in 1980, galerie Montcalm presents six exhibits a year, showcasing most of the visual arts disciplines.

(Galleries/ Exhibits/Shows, Public Art Gallery)
Cabaret La Basoche, Gatineau
Cabaret La Basoche

La Basoche is located in the Centre culturel du Vieux-Aylmer, a former courthouse dating back to 1852.

(Music, Performing Arts, Theatres)
Théâtre de l'Île, Gatineau
Théâtre de l'Île

The Théâtre de l'Île is the first municipal theatre in Quebec.

(Performing Arts, Theatres)
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