If you are driving to our Education Centre, there are two ways to access the parking garage – one from Gloucester Street and one from Nepean Street; both of these entrances should still be accessible. You may find it easier to approach the Ed Centre from Metcalfe Street to avoid detours and delays.
There are multiple entrances to our building on Elgin, Gloucester and Nepean Streets.
Ottawa Education and AnyWare Centre
2300 - 160 Elgin Street
Ottawa, ON K2P 2N8
Toll-free: 1-888-THE-TREE (843-8733)
The Education Centre is in downtown Ottawa on Elgin Street between Gloucester and Nepean streets. Follow directions on this map.
If you choose to park at 160 Elgin Street, take the parking elevator to level ML. When you reach the mall level, go towards Elgin Street. There are two banks of elevators: 1-14 and 14-27. Learning Tree is on the 23rd floor.
Ottawa International Airport is south of the city. Take the Ottawa Airport Parkway, which becomes Bronson Avenue. Take Bronson to Cooper Street, turn right on Cooper Street to Metcalfe Street, turn left on Metcalfe to Nepean Street and turn right at Nepean to Elgin Street. There is an entrance to the parking lot on Nepean Street.
Most bus routes go to downtown Ottawa.
There are excellent hotels within walking distance of our Education Centre. We recommend the Lord Elgin Hotel and Hotel Indigo Ottawa for their preferred rate for all those attending Learning Tree courses and close proximity to the Education Centre.
In addition to the restaurants in the Lord Elgin Hotel, Learning Tree International’s Education Centre is
minutes away from such restaurants as Al’s Steakhouse, Johnny Farina’s, D’Arcy McGee’s Pub and many others. The Sparks Street Mall and Rideau Centre, with their various restaurants and many stores, are also within walking distance.
Ottawa's historic downtown area also offers a feast of restaurants, museums, galleries and night clubs. Other items of interest include: National Arts Centre, Parliament Buildings, Byward Market, Rideau Centre, Casino du Lac-Leamy and Canadian Museum of Civilization.