Enjoy the galleries or take a guided tour of Kingston via trolley, on foot or on a boat where professional sightseeing tour guides can give you an excellent synopsis of the area’s history and current day life. If you like to explore and learn, each of Kingston’s museums is unique in its contribution and you’ll be fascinated by some of the best collections in Canada. Visit Fort Henry and experience the majesty of the thundering cannons and delicate flutes of the world famous Sunset Ceremonies each summer. Take a lunch or sunset cruise on the Kingston harbour. Evenings in Kingston can feature witty and wonderful local stage performances; and when the lights are dim, the music begins for late-night lovers of pubs and bars.
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Fort Henry is a living testament to the heritage of Upper Canada. Inscribed as Ontarioâ€™s only UNESCO World Heritage Site in June of 2007 along with The Rideau Canal and Kingston Fortifications, Fort Henry provides a memorable experience for the intellect and the senses.
A must see! Great fun for the whole family. When you visit Upper Canada Village you will escape to another place and time. It is modeled on a functioning Upper Canadian village of the 1860s, and is based completely on in-depth historical research.
Bogeys to Birdies Virtual Golf, Kingston’s Premiere Indoor Golf Facility is Now Open! Eight state of the art High Definition Golf Simulators allow you to enjoy the game of golf in relaxing, tastefully appointed surroundings. Beat the Rain, Snow, Sleet or Heat, Daytime or Night time, 365 Days a Year. Come play one of our 40 World Famous Courses! This is Real Golf with real clubs. We provide you with a fun and entertaining environment where you can enjoy the game of golf with your friends, co-workers and family. It takes one hour for one person to play 18 holes. Improve your game year round on amazingly realistic, high definition, simple to use simulators!
Special Olympics Ontario is an athlete-centered organization which provides sport training and competitive opportunities to over 16,000 athletes supported by over 10,000 volunteers.
Feb Fest has quickly become Kingston's premiere winter event. The event draws over 30,000 people to downtown and to the event's primary location, the newly renovated Springer Market Square, located behind Kingston's City Hall.