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“Home of one of Ottawa's first settlers”
The Billings family settled on the shores of the Rideau River in 1812 and took an active role in shaping the community as it evolved over time and until the 1970s when they left the estate. They helped build farms and churches, ran a dairy operation, and contributed to the development of the Byward Market by providing produce for sale and building the “Farmers’ Bridge”. This National Historic Site on 8 acres of green space is also home to one of Ottawa’s oldest community cemeteries where well-known Ottawa pioneers, such as the Evans, Brouse and Firth families, are laid to rest.
Depicting the times and materials of the historic Billings Family of Ottawa, this is a large museum that has quite a lot of exhibits for a museum for just one family. However, for me, it did not... Read more
Nestled in a quaint area just along the east of Ottawa is Billing Estate Museum. I was here for an outdoor wedding reception. My friends had their ceremony outside and had an outdoor tent setup... Read more
Billings Estate Museum
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