Kingston, the oldest capital of Canada which is located end of Ontario lake.  Kingston is famous as a Limestone City because of the many heritage buildings constructed using local limestone. Today Kingston is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ontario with many tourist attraction includes: Rowing, Picnic Areas, Beach Gardens, Restaurants, Diving Sites like sunken Wolfe Islander II ferry.


Thousand Islands:

Thousand Island is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Kingston, which includes 1864 islands. Thousand Island located on the border of Canada and United States in the Saint Lawrence River as it emerges from the northeast corner of Lake Ontario. The islands range in size from over 100 km to smaller islands occupied by a single residence, or uninhabited outcroppings of rocks.


Fort Henry National Historic Site:

Fort Henry Museum and is a British military fort in the nineteenth century, located atop Point Henry, the Fort protected the naval dockyard at Point Frederick, the entrance of the Rideau Canal and the town of Kingston, which was the major transshipment point along the supply route between Montreal or Ottawa and all points west.


Kingston City Hall:

Neoclassical Kingston City Hall is one of the best buildings in the nineteenth century in Canada. It was built in 1844 by architect George Browne and the building was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1961.



Museums of Kingston:

  •  Museum of Health Care
  •  MacLachlan Woodworking Museum
  •  Military Communications and Electronics Museum
  •  Marine Museum of the Great Lakes
  •  Frontenac County Schools Museum
  •  Correctional Service of Canada Museum
  •  The Miller Museum Of Geology
  •  Heritage Museum – Fort Frederick/Royal Military College


Other tourist attractions in Kingston:

  • Kingston Penitentiary
  • Kingston Waterfall
  • Bellevue House
  • Kingston Mills
  • Chez Piggy Resturant
  • Isabel Bader Center for Performing Arts
  • Thousand Islands National Park
  • Thousand Islands Cruise