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History Museum
“Fort Henry was built to protect the Kingston Royal Naval Dockyard during the War of 1812. Today it is a national historic site and is well worth visiting. Explore the fort and learn all about its history, watching military interpreters give demonstrations of British military life. Watch historical re-enactments and a garrison parade, and even have the chance to fire a rifle! You can also attend Victorian school, have a meal while enjoying the views and shop for souvenirs. Stay for sunset and enjoy a sunset ceremony. $20/person ”
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History Museum
“560 King St W, Kingston, ON K7L 4V7 Kingston Penitentiary had been home to many of Canada's most dangerous and notorious criminals. Built in 1834. Tickets are CDN$35-70 depending on the tour. Check times for either French or English tours. A waiver must be filled in and signed before the tour. Plenty of free parking Visitors MUST arrive 20 min before the tour starts. Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Walkers and wheelchairs are allowed on the tours. We have 12 wheelchairs on site. Please note there may be some areas that may be difficult to access. Approximately one-third of the tour is outside. Cameras permitted. There will be no refunds or exchanges permitted. Washrooms are available at the start of the tour, at the halfway point as well the end of the tour. Visitors are advised to use a washroom before starting the tour. Please note there is no air conditioning on the tour.”
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Museum
“Murney Tower is a Martello tower built in 1846. Built to protect the Kingston harbour, in response to the Oregon crisis, a tense dispute over the boarder between British North America and the U.S. in 1840's. A national historic site, 14 Martello towers were built in Canada and only 9 towers still stand, 4 of them are in Kingston. Murney is the only one open to public and operates as a museum in the summer months. ”
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Consultorio dental
“Tons of locally owned shops along Princess Street, Ontario Street, Brock Street & more. ”
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Museum
“Bellevue House National Historic Site of Canada was the home to Canada's first Prime Minister Sir John Alexander Macdonald from 1848 to 1849”
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Museum
“The Marine Museum was founded in 1975. It is the only federally built dry dock on the Great Lakes and houses the original pumping station and steam engines built in 1891.”
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Galería de arte
“On Queen's campus housing many art pieces, including some by famous artists Rembrandt, Picasso & Gustav Klimt.”
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Museum
“One of Kingston's largest museums, featuring the troops, the times, and the technologies used in Canadian military communications.”
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Galería de arte
“Super fun little spot in a tucked away alley just off Princess & Wellington. Great art - inside & out!”
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Museum
“Our kids toured this with their school trip and loved it - I chaperoned and found it really, really interesting!”
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Museum
“The Pump House Steam Museum is an exciting place to learn about energy, forces and motion as well as sound and simple machinery such as pulleys.”
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Museum
“Murney Tower Built in 1846 as part of the defensive Martello tower fortifications of Kingston, explore a collection of military and domestic artifacts of 19th-century Kingston. kingstontrolley.ca/go/MurneyTower (10 minute walk East) King St. West, Trolley Stop #4 Daily 10am-5pm from mid-May to Labour Day Admission: $8.50 Included in K-Pass!”
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Museum
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Galería de arte
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Library
“We have great libraries with internet access or if you just want to be among books!”
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Library
“A small branch of our county library system is just 5 minutes south on Battersea Road. They offer public internet computers and wifi, printing, and information services. They're open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays. More info at www.kfpl.ca”
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