A COOL URBAN VIBE, HISTORIC ATTRACTIONS AND A FOODIES PLAYGROUND

With more restaurants per capita than nearly any other city in Canada, Kingston has turned culinary into an art form. After a great meal, enjoy the vibrant theatre, arts, and events scene.

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KINGSTON 1000 ISLANDS

Steeped in history, yet constantly evolving — the home for impassioned curators and creators, a place that embraces new ideas — it’s authentic, vibrant and never stops surprising. Start your trip planning now at The Great Waterway.

Must-Sees

  • Kingston 1000 Islands is Canada's museum capital with 20 museums and historic sites, including the newest UNESCO World Heritage Site — The Rideau Canal and the Kingston Fortifications.

  • Fort Henry National Historic Site, a 19th century British fortification and UNESCO World Heritage Site, that transforms during fall evenings and becomes Fort Fright. 

  • The Agnes Etherington Art Centre showcases over 13,000 contemporary and historical works of art.

  • The Grand Theatre has hundreds of professional and amateur performances annually, that include: dance, theatre, variety, musicals, comedy and more.

  • The K-Rock Centre hosts world-renowned artists, athletes and performers. See who’s there during your Kingston visit.

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KINGSTON ACTIVITIES AWAIT

A culinary paradise, an art lover’s dream, historic forts and museums, and lively theatre — everywhere you go Activities Await. Start planning your trip now.

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Uncover The Mystery of Lumina Borealis

Click below to discover the spirit of winter within the walls of Fort Henry. Lumina Borealis is sure to excite any visitor that experiences its beauty and wonder. 

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