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PumpHouse and Great Lakes Museum

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PumpHouse and Great Lakes Museum

Experience the interactive exhibits at the PumpHouse, rent a bike from Ahoy Rentals or explore the Great Lakes Museum. Explore nearby parks, museums and Kingston’s historic waterfront.

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More About The PumpHouse and Great Lakes Museum

The PumpHouse Museum is located in one of Canada’s oldest original water works, where steam-powered pumps provided the firs running water to Kingston residents in 1850. The Pumphouse is the perfect place to visit if you are looking for entertainment and enrichment experiences. Science, tech, engineering, arts and math programming and exhibitions for all ages are held throughout the season.

The Great Lakes Museum: Connect with the maritime heritage of Kingston and the Great Lakes at the Marine Museum! Explore shipbuilding and transportation through unique collections or experience the naval reserve during the new exhibit: Life in the Naval Reserve

What's Nearby?

Murney Tower
A National Historic Site of Canada built in 1846 as part of the Martello towers fortifications of Kingston. During summer time, it operates as a military museum with artifact collections of the 19th century. Located 7-min walking distance from the Pumphouse.

Ahoy Bike & Kayak Rentals 
Rentals for biking, canoeing, kayaking, and stand up paddle boarding right next to the Pumphouse Museum.


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PumpHouse & Marine Museum

  • Near Ahoy Bike & Kayak Rentals
  • Nearby parks
  • An Gorta Mor Park

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