Agnes Etherington Art Centre is a research‐intensive art museum located on the historic campus of Queen’s University that serves as a learning space and as the public gallery for Kingston region. Its superb collections—numbering 16,000 works―include paintings of the Dutch Golden Age, Canadian historical art, contemporary art and African art.
Arrowhead Beach Park is located in Kingston, ON - K7K 5G2. Besides this park, there are nine more parks listed in Kingston. There's also fourteen attractions listed in this city in other categories. You will find the exact location of Arrowhead Beach Park on the map bellow. Use the Direction tab to find driving directions to this park.
Now available, a memorial book honouring the fallen staff of Canada's federal penitentiaries. For more information and to purchase, see the "News" section at bottom left. For more information and to purchase, see the "News" section at bottom left.
The park is bound on its east side by the Kingston Inner Harbour, on the west by the extension of Wellington Street and on the south by the Kingston Marina. An arm of the park extends south around the east side of the marina to the entrance into Anglin Bay.
Downtown Kingston! partners with the many organizations to help us make Downtown Kingston! the best that it can be. Our major partners include: the City of Kingston, Kingston Accommodation Partners (KAP), Kingston Economic Development Corporation, Tourism Kingston, The Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce, and the Rogers K-Rock Centre.
Fort Frontenac was a French trading post and military fort built in 1673 at the mouth of the Cataraqui River where the St. Lawrence River leaves Lake Ontario (at what is now the western end of the La Salle Causeway), in a location traditionally known as Cataraqui.
Experience Improbable Escapes Inc., Kingston, Ontario’s premier escape room experience. Come and escape the room with family, friends, and coworkers! The perfect add-on to your night out, birthday, team building, bachelor, bachelorette party, retirement party, etc.
Kingston's City Hall at 216 Ontario St. is a national historic site, and remains the centre for administering and governing the City of Kingston. The City administers and operates nearly 40 business and service units to meet the municipal needs of those who live, work and play in Kingston.
K ingston, New York’s historic waterfront district is a vibrant and constantly evolving neighborhood. Antique dealers, chefs, and artists have moved into “The Rondout” alongside existing waterfront restaurants, museums and commercial retail establishments, creating a destination known for art, antiques, food, and culture.
Lake Ontario Park is the City's largest urban waterfront park and it was reopened in 2013 after undergoing a complete revitalization. It provides a significant natural landscape drawing both visitors and residents for picnicking and scenic walks along the waterfront.
Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area is also headquarters for the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority. Our Administration Office and main workshop are located within the Conservation Area as well as the Outdoor Centre, the base of operations for our education programs.
The Museum of Health Care. The story of Canadian health and medicine tells how people have preserved health and managed disease, pain, and suffering. The Museum of Health Care at Kingston strives to connect visitors with the experience of people in past times and provide context and perspective on today's health issues.
Parrott’s Bay is the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority’s newest conservation area. It has 117 hectares (289 acres) of woods and wetlands with beautiful waterfront views. Parrott’s Bay is a great place to get out and enjoy nature. The Conservation Area has limited facilities. There are no washrooms or privies on this property.
Sometimes known as MacDonald's Beach, this is a rocky beach near the heart of Kingston. In 2008, a group of professors, students, residents, and Lake Ontario Waterkeeper held a mass swim here to rally support for a revitalized public swimming area in downtown Kingston.
Simcoe Island is a small island approx. 6 km long, and 1.5 km across at its widest point, in Lake Ontario, just off Wolfe Island, close to Kingston, Ontario, and Amherst Island. The island is almost completely farmland and can be reached by ferry from Wolfe Island.
Join us at the Tett Centre for Creativity + Learning for an evening of creativity, conversation and community. Tett Tuesdays is an opportunity to carve out time for monthly artmaking, while working alongside, and getting to know aspiring, emerging, and professional artists and artisans in the Kingston community.
Gallery Map; Venue Bookings; FAQ // Contact . The Union Gallery receives funding from: Queen's University, Cultural Studies at Queen's University, Alma Mater Society, City of Kingston, Kingston Arts Council, and the Society of Graduate and Professional Students . Queen's is situated on traditional Anishnaabe and Haudenosaunee Territory.