CULTURAL KINGSTON

What To See…

K-Rock Center

For sports events and live entertainment

Grand Theatre

For the very best in touring music, dance and theatre performances, and the talented work of  local producers.

Fort Frost

Celebrate winter at Fort Henry’s Fort Frost, a new winter festival blending traditional and modern holiday themes in a magical world of ice, snow and frost.

ACTIVE KINGSTON

What To Do…

Kingston’s Haunted Walk

These tours take place when the lights are low and the atmosphere is just right for a good ghost story.

1000 Islands Cruises

The most beautiful sunsets in the  scenic 1000 Islands!

Fort Henry

Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Fort Fright

Festival of Fear at Fort Henry
September – November

Queen’s University

One of Canada’s leading universities with an international reputation for scholarship, social purpose, spirit and diversity.

Agnes Etherington Art Gallery and Museum 

Built over the past half-century the  Art Centre’s permanent collection is one of the most notable in Canada, and is the broadest and most diverse among Canadian university art galleries.

Bellevue House

Bellevue House was once the home of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first prime minister.

RMC Museum

The RMC Museum is located in Fort Frederick on the campus of the Royal Military College of Canada. It serves to collect, conserve, research and display material relating to the history of the College, its former cadets and its site.

 Frontenac Arch Bioshpere

The Frontenac Arch Biosphere is a 2,700 sq. km. central section of the Arch, bounded on the south by the international border and reaching inland between the City of Brockville and the Town of Gananoque, to Westport and beyond the villages of Sydenham and Verona.

Skywood

Ontario’s largest ziplining and canopy adventure park