Bellevue House National Historic Site is a place to explore the complex legacy of Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, and to reflect and share thoughts on Canada’s history from different viewpoints. The site is open 10am to 5pm, Thursday through Monday, from May 18 to June 30 and September 5 to October 9, and daily from July 1 to September 4. While the historic house remains closed for the renewal of its exhibits and visitor experience offer, the Visitor Centre and the historic grounds are open. Visitors can explore the Many Voices of Confederation exhibit inside the Visitor Centre and enjoy self-guided experiences on the grounds as part of their free entry. Enhanced guided tours of the grounds are available for a fee.