The Marine Museum of the Great Lakes in Kingston was founded in 1975. Located on 55 Ontario St. at the only federally built dry dock on the Great Lakes, the Marine Museum houses the original pumping station and steam engines built in 1891.
The Marine Museum of the Great Lakes was founded in 1975. It was once located at the Kingston Dry Dock at 55 Ontario St., Kingston, Ontario. The property was sold by the federal government in 2016 and the museum has moved all the collections into storage and now has a storefront office at 53 Yonge St., Kingston, ON. The museum will reopen when it finds a new location to display the collections. Office hours are open year round.
Located at 55 Ontario Street, just a short walk from Kingston's City Hall. Use this tool for help reaching the Marine Museum from within Kingston: http://www.cityofkingston.ca/residents/transportation/transit/trip-planner
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