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City Hall

Stop 1


The Heart of Downtown Kingston

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.

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More About City Hall

Designated a national heritage site, the City Hall was built in 1844 and is a stunning example of the 19th century neoclassic architectural style in Kingston. Learn about City Hall’s fascinating history on a guided or self guided tour, as well as the intriguing people, events and stories that contributed to create the government building of the first capital of Canada.

It’s also an easy walk to the Springer Market Square or to the ticket booth and boarding dock for Kingston 1000 Islands Cruises, making it a prime location in the heart of downtown Kingston for guests to get the most out of their experience.

What's Nearby?

Visitor Information Centre
Established in an 1830’s Railway Station, the Visitor Information Centre is a great spot to learn more about all that Kingston offers.

Kingston Sign
The go-to destination for pictures is located right next to the Visitor Information Centre. Be the “I” in the Kingston sign and bring home memories of fun moments in the city.

Tours and Attractions
Explore downtown Kingston on a guided walking tour, or set sail for the 1000 Islands.


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Explore Kingston by Classic, Red Trolley.

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