Fort Henry is a well-established historical landmark located in Kingston, Ontario. The Fort and the point on which the Fort was built were named after Henry Hamilton, former Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Quebec. Fort Henry continues its role as a museum and historic site to visitors from all around the world. It is an interesting place with many unique original pieces of uniforms, furniture and weapons. The landmark's guided tour includes loads of information about the city of the fort and a remarkable historical exhibit about the Enemy Aliens held in the Fort during the First World War. The famous monument also hosts several special ceremonies and events all season long. Moreover, you will also see people representing the civilian population of the Fort as schoolteachers and soldiers' wives. The site even affords free admission for children under five years. Gift certificates are also available at Fort Henry.
Adult (19+ years of age): $20
Student (13-18 years of age): $13
Youth (5-12 years of age): $13
Military (with ID): $10