The ‘correctional service’ is what Canadian bureaucrats call the nation’s jail system, and this museum is a good way to enter a prison...
Murney Tower Museum
Now a national historic site, this swollen Martello defense structure from 1846 was constructed to supplement the riverside...
Pump House Steam Museum
The one-of-a-kind, completely restored, steam-run pump house was first used in 1849. Today the warehouse features all things...
Housed in an imposing Victorian mansion, this Queen's campus mainstay is one of the hottest venues for live music. It's open on weekends...
We predict that this original Kingstonian fast-food joint is going to go global. You won't be able to resist the calorific goodness...
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Bellevue House information
This national historic site was once home to Sir John A Macdonald, Canada's first prime minister and a notorious alcoholic. Perhaps the architect also enjoyed a drop, as the Italianate mansion is wholly asymmetrical, a pompous use of bright color abounds and balconies twist off in various directions. There are also plenty of antiques and a sun-drenched garden, adding further kooky charm and intrigue.