at 945 Princess Street, Kingston, K7L 3N6 Canada
A city for people, a landscape for ideas.
Established in 1673, Kingston is the oldest city in Ontario and is located at the confluence of Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence River (where the Thousand Islands begin) and the Cataraqui River. In 2007, the Rideau Canal Heritage Route, including Fort Henry National Historic Site and the Kingston Fortifications, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Even though Kingston is the oldest city in Ontario, we are young at heart. Our waterways and heritage alone are reason enough to visit, and our academic, cultural and sporting facilities are another. You will never run out of new adventures. From Mozart to museums, sailing to soldiers, we offer the ease of another era painted with the modern brush of the best of today. Come let us take you on an adventure.
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