1 Fort Henry Dr, Kingston, ON K7K 5G8
Once inside the wooden gates of Fort Henry, visitors enter the realm of 19th century military life. Experience guided tours, scenic views, heart-pounding musical performances and precision military demonstrations by the Fort Henry Guard. The Fort also plays host to numerous special events such as the iconic and award winning Sunset Ceremonies.
Fort Henry, along with the Rideau Canal and Kingston’s Fortifications Network was named Ontario’s first UNESCO Designated World Heritage Site in 2007.
9 University Ave
Established in 1841, Queen's offers a transformative student learning experience and is one of Canada's leading research-intensive universities.
13 General Crerar Crescent, Kingston, ON K7K 7B4
Royal Military College of Canada
The Royal Military College of Canada RMC is just a short 5 minute drive from the hotel. Located on Point Frederick the college is a mix of historic buildings and more modern academic, athletic, and dormitory facilities.
555 King Street West
Kingston Pen Tours
ours of Kingston Penitentiary offer a rare and unique opportunity to go behind the walls of Canada’s oldest and most notorious maximum security prison. Closed in 2013, the Kingston Pen opened for guided tours in June 2016.
200 Ontario Street
HAUNTED WALK OF KINGSTON
The expert Haunted Walk guides will introduce you to Kingston’s dark and spooky past. Explore historic Sydenham Ward or brave the narrow tunnels of Fort Henry and hear true stories of ghosts, graveyards, and hangings that haunt our city!
Tours range from 30 minutes to 2 hours and explore Kingston’s most haunted spots at night.
1 Brock Street
1000 ISLANDS CRUISES KINGSTON
Kingston 1000 Islands Cruises offers daily sightseeing and dining cruises with the greatest variety of cruise options in the 1000 Islands region. Explore Kingston’s historic waterfront or cruise through the 1000 Islands on board one of 3 vessels.
1 Brock Street
KINGSTON TROLLEY TOURS
We’re excited to share the news that Kingston Trolley Tours will resume on Saturday April 3.
1-hour guided city tours will be available on Easter weekend and throughout the April school break. With a community focus on staying local over the holidays we’re proud to offer experiences that help Kingstonians discover their own backyard, with their own household. Waterfront Gifts & Apparel will also-reopen for the Spring season on April 3.
We’re resuming operations with a renewed focus on the safety and wellbeing of our guests and crew by continuing to implement industry-leading health and safety measures. This includes: reduced capacity, physical distancing between households on board, frequent cleaning of high-touch surfaces, active screening, and mask requirements. More information about our commitment to COVID-19 safety is online at: www.kingstontrolley.ca/safety
City tours will depart from the Visitor Information Centre (209 Ontario St.) at 1pm and 3pm on select days. Tickets and our full schedule are available online at www.kingstontrolley.ca or in-person at Waterfront Gifts & Apparel. Waterfront Gifts & Apparel will be open Wednesday-Sunday, 11am-5pm, throughout April.