If you didn’t make it to London for the Royal Wedding and still want to see the newlyweds Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in person, Kensington invites you to join them in Ottawa, Canada on July 1st to celebrate the country’s 144th birthday with our Canada Day with the "Will and Kate tour package".
William and Catherine will be taking part in what is expected to be the biggest Canada Day festivities the capital has ever seen. The royal couple is set to arrive at Parliament Hill at 12:07 p.m. and walk up the hill to take their place in the royal box to watch a Canada Day show featuring a line-up of the country’s favourite performers: Sam Roberts, Great Big Sea and Maria Aragon.
Will and Kate will visit the Centennial Flame and the Ceremonial Guard Band will play God Save The Queen, which will then be followed by a 21-gun salute. Will is scheduled to give a brief speech and then, he and Kate will conduct a walkabout through the crowd later that afternoon.
There’s no news as of yet whether they will be taking part in Canada’s Biggest BBQ event, but the couple will be staying until evening to watch a fireworks display fit for the future King of England. For more information on this special celebration click here.
Browse the designer boutiques of bustling Toronto, sip fine wine at an elegant countryside vineyard and take a thrilling joy flight over the soaring Niagara Falls all in the same day in this picturesque piece of Canada.
Your child will cling tight to your side in unbridled excitement as your powerful jet boat launches into the churning white water of the Niagara River and the soaring canyon walls zoom past in a blur of adrenalin.
(Montreal, Quebec City)
Wake early and watch the blue mist rise above the mighty St. Lawrence River in the heart of Old Quebec as the people of central Canada rise to greet another beautiful day in this enchanting corner of the world.
Stay in the know: Subscribe to our newsletter to have our hand-picked trips & specials delivered to you!