Inn Concierge Services
Hiking, biking, watersports, wintersports, shopping, antiques, galleries, museums, flowers, touring, spas... the Innkeeper is happy to make suggestions and provide bookings.
Springer Market Square
9am - 6pm
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday April through November
216 Ontario Street
Built in 1844, the centre of the City's municipal government is one of the finest 19th century buildings in Canada. Guided tours Monday to Friday, mid May to end September, daily in July and August.
270 King Street East
The cathedral church of the Anglican Diocese of eastern Ontario, built in 1825-1828, self guided tours daily and occasional concerts.
216 Ontario Street
Confederation Basin at the heart of downtown, marina, cruises, concerts in the park, street food. Home of the Kingston Visitor Centre.
1 Fort Henry Drive
9:30am to 5pm
May 20 to September 3
Extended hours for sunset ceremonies:
9:30am to 10pm
Wednesdays in July & Aug
History dramatized, excellent Discovery Centre, Battery Bistro (the views!), and Sunset ceremonies all summer long.
The Neoclassical building was designed by Edward Horsey and constructed by builders Scobell and Tossell, 1855-1858. Located in City Park, great for photographers!
218 Princess Street
Noon to 6 p.m
Monday through Saturday
Three blocks from the Inn, green and leafy, splash park and home to numerous arts shows including ArtFest, July long weekend.
The boarding pier is located in downtown Kingston at 1 Brock Street, surrounded by historic limestone buildings, lively outdoor cafes and pubs, outdoor farmers market and the picturesque Confederation Park.
Established in 1841, Queen's offers a transformative student learning experience and is one of Canada's leading research-intensive universities. The campus is gorgeous; walk, take pics and enjoy the Agnes Etherington Art Gallery and other museums located there.