Fairmont Château Laurier Hotel
With a commanding presence in Canada's Capital, Ottawa's Fairmont Château Laurier is located in the heart of this dynamic city. Built in 1912 in the style of a 16th century French Château, its refined elegance and outstanding service make it the choice hotel for discerning travelers from around the world. Majority of events will take place near Parliament Hill and adjacent to the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Fairmont Château Laurier
TAT11 symposium, posters and exhibits will best hosted in the grand rooms of the Château Laurier. Special rates for accommodations are available during, before and after TAT11 should you wish to extend your stay in the National Capital Region.
Canadian Museum of History
Join your colleagues for the TAT11 inaugural reception which will be held at the Canadian Museum of History.
With roots stretching back to 1856, it is one of Canada’s oldest public institutions and a respected centre of museological excellence, sharing its expertise in history, archaeology, ethnology and cultural studies both within Canada and abroad.
In addition to its ongoing exhibitions, including the spectacular Grand Hall and First Peoples Hall, each year the Museum presents a number of outstanding exhibitions focusing on Canadian and world history and civilizations. These exhibitions include those developed by the Museum as well as many produced by other Canadian or international institutions. The Museum is also home to the Canadian Children’s Museum, a 500-seat theatre and the CINÉ+, a 295-seat movie theatre equipped with a giant 3D screen and a giant dome. Online, the Canadian Museum of History presents a number of excellent virtual exhibitions, including the Virtual Museum of Canada and the Virtual Museum of New France.
National Gallery of Canada
TAT11 Symposium dinner will be held at the National Gallery of Canada.
The National Gallery of Canada is one of the world’s most respected art institutions, revered for its scholarship, applauded for its ability to engage audiences of all ages and all levels of artistic knowledge, and renowned for its exceptional collection of more than 65,000 works of art. It makes its home in a grand, light-filled structure of glass and granite, in which visitors can find a cloistered garden courtyard, a glass-bottomed pool, and a reconstructed 19th-century chapel.