There is a lot to see in one of Canada's oldest cities
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Lake Ontario Park is the City’s largest urban waterfront park and it was reopened in 2013 after undergoing a complete revitalization. It provides a significant natural landscape drawing both visitors and residents for picnicking and scenic walks along the waterfront.
The Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston, Ontario, Canada and the Museum Ship Alexander Henry is open year round for individual and group tours including school tours. Tours can be guided. Bus tours are welcome. Marine history researchers will find extensive collections of documents, books, photographs, artefacts, ship plans, tools, and records. Located in downtown Kingston, Ontario just minutes from City Hall, the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston is a primary tourist destination in K...
Welcome to The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning in Kingston, Ontario. The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning is a City of Kingston-owned heritage building on the Lake Ontario waterfront.
Step back in time and explore the grounds and heritage gardens of historic Bellevue House knowing that seeds were planted here for the birth of a country. Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, and his family made Bellevue House their home from 1848 to 1849.
The Union Gallery increases awareness and understanding of contemporary visual arts at Queen’s.
The Museum of Health Care strives to connect visitors with the experience of people in past times and provide context and perspective on today's health issues.
A collection of the Earth’s rocks, minerals and fossils (including a dinosaur exihibit with a fossil dig box), an overview of the geological history of the Kingston area, and exhibits about the oldest known animal fossils from Mistaken Point, Newfoundland. The newest addition is an interactive Augmented Reality Sandbox in which continually updated topographic map data is