Kingston Trolley Tours
A trackless mini-train departs every 30 to 45 minutes from outside City Hall, opposite the tourist office , for 1¼-hour tours with...
The grandiose City Hall is one of the country's finest classical buildings and a relic from the time when Kingston was capital. Friendly...
Kingston Public Market
Canada's oldest continuous market takes place in the square behind City Hall. Stalls sell food, fresh produce, handicrafts, art and, on...
Tir nan Og
Set inside one of the oldest and most charming buildings along the waterfront, this Irish oasis serves up live music and overflowing...
Le Chien Noir
It's a tad pricey but locals love this little taste of Paris with a hint of Québec in the Anglophone heart of Kingston: consider the...
Haunted Walk information
Tours featuring stories of hangings and grave robbers leave from the ticket office in the lobby of the Prince George Hotel (200 Ontario St). Check the website for details, but the 1½-hour tour starts at 8pm most evenings. A ghoulish nocturnal walk around Fort Henry and tamer time-travel adventure are also offered.