Canada Travel Guide
Canada Travel Guide - Ontario
Canada Travel Guide - Ontario

Kingston

The City of Kingston, Ontario, is located halfway between Montreal and Toronto, Canada's two largest cities. Kingston is an eclectic mix of old and new "where history and innovation thrive".

Nestled at the confluence of the Rideau Canal and the St. Lawrence River where they meet Lake Ontario, Kingston is a city built on a grand heritage. Stroll through Kingston’s endlessly diverting intricacies: from its urban heart, a bustling gathering place sparkling with a casual boutique and bistro vitality, to its meandering waterfront with a mix of historic neighbourhoods and breath-taking parkland. All of this in a city that dazzles with soaring 19th century limestone architecture and the amenities of a major centre, but retains the fascinating allure of a small town.

Renowned as the fresh-water capital of North America, Kingston is a major port to cruise the famous Thousand Islands. Every August the city is a hub of activity when hundreds of sailors converge for C.O.R.K., the annual Canadian Olympic Training Regatta.

 

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Bottle Tree Productions, Charles Robertson

Bottle Tree Productions operates out of St Andrews Presbyterian Church in Kingston. The company presents musicals and original Canadian theatre. Acting Classes run year round.

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(Musical/Musical Theatre, Performing Arts)
THE GRAND THEATRE

The City of Kingston's Grand Theatre serves as the prime performing arts venue for hundreds of professional and amateur performances annually including ballet, modern dance, theatre, variety, musicals, comedy and more.

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(Comedy, Dance, Musical/Musical Theatre, Performing Arts, Theatres)
MacLachlan Woodworking Museum

The museum offers over 5000 square feet of exhibit space and gift shop.

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Fort Henry

Sentries guard the entrance to this 19th century British military fortress, only to let you in if you are ready to enter British garrison life during the year of Canada's confederation ...

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Sharon Fox Cranston, SCA, PAC

"Art is an undeniable necessity, an intrinsic element that defines my life. From my first Crayola, I was hooked." Sharon teaches workshops year-round in Sketching with Ink & Watercolour, Pastel and Acrylic Painting. For more info: www.sharonfox.ca

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(Acrylic painting, Art cards, Art prints, Art Workshops, Artists & fine Art Artisans, Galleries/ Exhibits/Shows, Pastel painting, Sketching, Studio, Workshops/Classes)
Pump House Steam Museum

The Museum first opened in 1973, over twenty years after it ceased operation as the city's water pumping station.

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