Beechwood has such a rich history that should be experienced by everyone. From Bytown to Ottawa, after 145 years Beechwood is proud to be the final resting place of over 300 notable people and over 85,000 everyday citizens who shaped our country, community
and families. From our 8th Prime Minister, Sir Robert Borden to the first brail monument dedicated to a couple who were blind, deaf and mute and found love despite their imparements. These and so many other untold stories are fascinating, informative and important
to share about the people that call Beechwood their final resting place.
Discover Ottawa's best kept secret. Tours run on Wednesday's from 10 am to 11am, followed by tea (and treats) in the Beechwood National Memorial Centre.
Book your tour today from one of three tour styles:
1. Group Tour - maximum 5 people (limited and/or full mobility tour)
Walking Tour - maximum 25 people (full mobility required)
3. Indoor Interactive Presenatation (limited mobility tour)
Reserve your spot by calling 613-696-0111 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org