The Rockcliffe Park Pavilion was built in 1918.
This heritage building is located in Rockcliffe Park, along the
Rockcliffe Parkway and looking out over the Ottawa River.
The pavilion is sheltered by a roof and open on the sides.
Approximately 1.1 kilometres east of the Prime Minister’s residence.
Parking is free but limited in Rockcliffe Park; however, parking is permitted along Lisgar Road.
150 standing, 100 seated. Chairs are not provided.
Reservation Fee: $300 for two hours ($100 per additional hour), plus G.S.T.
Others: Electricity and drinking water are not available. Confetti, alcohol and signage
Wedding ceremonies only (no receptions)
A written contract must be filled out, which guarantees exclusivity of the gazebo/tea house only.
No services or equipment are available at the site, but there are public washrooms available from the beginning of May to mid-October.
The park is a popular site for photographs, and is open and free to everyone. Please note that reserving the pavilion does not give you special rights over other visitors who may wish to take photographs in the park.