The Best Landmarks in Kingston

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Kingston, ON. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


1 Fort Henry Drive, Kingston, ON K7K 5G8

Since 1812

Historical Landmark, National Historic Site, Heritage, Military Artifacts Museum Renewal Project, Events, Education, Group Tours, Dining and Shopping, Facility Rental, Sponsorship, School Program & Self-Guided Tours

Free Admission: Child (5 years and under) - During evenings year-round a tour company conducts tours of the fort that highlight the fort's supposedly haunted past

Price: General Admission (14- 64 years of age) $20.00, Youth (6-12 years of age) $18.00, Tour Group General $16.00, Seniors (65+ years of age) & Military $18.00

Mon - Sun 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

The most brilliant aspect of our visit to Fort Henry was the personal conducted tour by a guide dressed in full military uniform complete with rifle. His detailed knowledge and style of presentation brought the whole experience of life in the Fort to life. After the guided tour we were able to visit other areas and to witness the firing of the noonday gun. We also watched a precision marching band and generally enjoyed a most pleasant few hours soaking up the atmosphere.

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35 Centre Street, Kingston, ON K7L 4E5

Since 1840

Historical House, Multi-Media Display Area, Gift Shop, Public Washrooms, Self-Guided Visit, Costumed Staff, Brochure, Power-Assisted Doors, National Museum, Special Events, Alternative Facts Tour, Exhibits, Whisky Tasting, Guided Tours & Xplorers Program

Free Admission - It is notable for the non-symmetrical Italian Villa style of its architecture - Features of Italianate architecture include an L-shaped layout with two wings extending from a square central tower

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Bellevue is an extremely well run historic site. The staff are very knowledgeable about Sir John A., his family, the property and the furnishings. Some staff are in period costume. The introductory short film is a good start before touring the site; the film viewing room has comfortable chairs. Admission price is very reasonable. The grounds, home and contents are all very well maintained and are most interesting to view. I would recommend this historic site to anyone interested in history.

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216 Ontario Street, Kingston, ON K7L 2Z3

Since 1844

National Historic Site, City Hall, Landmarks, Historical Places, Architectural Buildings, Tour, Old Jail, Stained Glass Windows, City Council, Guided Tour, Clock Tower, Historical Facts, Market Square & Weddings

It is a prominent building constructed in the Neoclassical style with a landmark tholobate and dome - The architect chosen for the project in 1841 was George Browne and the building was believed to be one of Browne's most outstanding works

Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Sat & Sun Closed

My father worked at city hall as a alderman this was before they did a refresher of it. I worked a bit as a Maac team member .How they have chanced the place is wonderful You can still see the chairs of the time of the being of Canada. frozen in time in stained glass windows. as well as the faces of the men that made it happen. This is a must see for every child in Canada. I wish more of the Kingston schools would have the children see this.

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