Stop 1: City Hall


The tour begins in the heart of Kingston’s historic downtown, across from City Hall. Stroll through Confederation Park, take a cruise, check out a festival, or explore Kingston’s impressive City Hall.

It’s also an easy walk to the Springer Market Square or to the ticket booth and boarding dock for Kingston 1000 Islands Cruises.

Attractions

Visitor Information Centre

Established in an 1830s Railway Station, the Visitor Information Centre is the ideal place to begin your visit to Kingston.  Get information on attractions and events, or pick up a made-in-Kingston souvenir.

www.kingstoncanada.ca

City Hall Guided Tour

Learn about City Hall's fascinating history and beautiful architecture, as well as the intriguing people, events and stories associated with this national historic site. 

www.cityofkingston.ca/city-hall

Kingston 1000 Islands Cruises 

Explore the 1000 Islands on a cruise featuring live entertainment, gourmet dining and spectacular scenery. Sightseeing and dining cruises depart throughout the day from downtown Kingston.

Ticket Booth: 1 Brock St. near pier.

Full Schedule at:
www.1000isl.com/CrSched

Ghost and Mystery Trolley Tour 

Peer into Kingston's mysterious and paranormal past on the Ghost & Mystery Trolley Tour, including a nighttime stroll through Cataraqui Cemetery to visit the grave of Sir John A Macdonald.

1 Brock St.

www.kingstontrolley.ca

Restaurants

AquaTerra

Spectacular waterfront views!

1 Johnson St.
http://www.aquaterrakingston.com/
613-549-6243

Dianne's Fish Shack & Smokehouse

Surf / Turt / Tacos / Tequila!

195 Ontario Street
dianneskingston.com
613-507-3474

 

The Common Market 

Historic espresso café and local foods.

136 Ontario St.
thecommonmarket.ca
613-548-8400 

The Kingston Brewing Co. Ltd.

Ontario's oldest brew pub.

34 Clarence Street
www.kingstonbrewing.ca
613-542-4978

DOX Waterfront Patio & Restaurant 

Full service restaurant.

2 Princess Street (at the Holiday Inn)
www.hikingstonwaterfront.com
613-549-8400