City of Ottawa's physical workplace is rated as above-average. The City's main location (City Hall) is centrally located in the heart of downtown Ottawa, within minutes of several city attractions including the Rideau Canal, the Ottawa River, the National Arts Centre, Confederation Park, and By-ward market. The building consists of two wings, a modern wing and a heritage wing that was originally constructed in 1875. As a result of it's central location, employees may take part in several events as the city hosts over 35 major festivals a year, including the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival, International Jazz Festival and Winterlude, to name a few. The Changing of the Guard procession also passes City Hall twice a day from the month of May to August. The building features a Council chamber, large atrium, sculptures, onsite fitness facility (with subsidized membership, treadmills, stationary bikes, stairmasters, rowing machines, weights, shower facilities and instructor-led classes such as yoga and cardio-kick boxing); employee lounge (with comfortable seating); religious observance room; onsite cafeteria (with healthy and special diet menus); secure bicycle parking; transit subsidies; art gallery, courtyard and fountain.