Hintonburg and Bayswater

Armstrong House. Photo: Linda Hoad

Sunday, October 16, 2022 - 14:00 to 15:30


Named for Joseph Hinton, a shopkeeper and civic official, the village of Hintonburg was incorporated in 1893.

One of Ottawa’s early streetcar suburbs, the village grew quickly after annexation to the City of Ottawa in 1907. Just as the streetcar led to rapid growth in the early 20th century, the LRT is bringing new pressures to Hintonburg. 

The tour will take you through the heart of this interesting, eclectic and socially varied neighbourhood, rich in heritage, now undergoing intensification pressures. 

GUIDE: Linda Hoad, long-time resident and Heritage Ottawa Board member.

Heritage Ottawa Members: $10 | Non-Members: $25

Space is Limited — Pre-Registration and Pre-Payment is required using our secure link below.

Please Note: You can register multiple people for the same tour in a single purchase. Additional tours, however, must be purchased separately

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MEET: Saint-François-d’Assise Church
At the south-west corner of Wellington Street West and Fairmont Avenue.
Ottawa, ON K1Y 2K2