A great education begins in the classroom, but doesn’t end there. There is a vast range of fascinating historical and contemporary architecture in the Ottawa region, and we make sure that our students get the chance to experience it.
HTA is given a tour of St. Elias Antiochian Orthodox Cathedral, a stunning late twentieth-century Byzantine building.
HTA students gather in the chancel of St. Elias.
HTA visits the gallows at the Carleton County Gaol. See what happens if you hand in a late assignment?
HTA on Death Row at the Carleton County Gaol.
HTA students invade the ‘Diefenbunker’, a massive underground complex designed in the 1950s as a radiation-proof refuge for the Canadian government in the event of a nuclear war.
HTA students explore the inner chambers of the ‘Diefenbunker’.
Andrew Waldron leads HTA students on a tour of the former Ottawa city hall, now known as the John G. Diefenbaker building. This was part of a tour of Modern architecture in Ottawa.
The Modern Ottawa tour visits the National Arts Centre.
HTA visits the Senate Chamber, as part of a tour of Centre Block on Parliament Hill.
HTA students tour the Supreme Court of Canada, a blend of Art Deco and Chateau Style architecture where many of the country’s landmark legal rulings are made.
HTA students gather in front of the French Embassy, one of Canada’s most remarkable Art Deco buildings.
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