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Queen’s Homecoming Attractions and Retail Discounts


$20 offKingston 1000 Islands Cruises + $20 Off Save $20 per person on the Saturday October 19 Sunset Dinner Cruise when you book with the code CHAGHEIL (online at or on the phone at 613-549-5544) ... See Details

Kingston Culinary Guide: the Holidays – Visit Kingston


FREEEnjoy a classic roast turkey dinner for $18.95 that includes dressing, gravy, mashed potatoes, turnip casserole, and cranberry sauce (individually packed and chilled with reheat instructions). Order online or by phone (613-530-2550) for pickup from December 22 through December 23. More information. Price: $18.95 per person. panchanchobakery. ... See Details

All Aboard! Kingston Trolley Tours’ Nine Unique Stops


FREEHop off for a stroll through the public market three days a week. It’s back downtown for stop number four at Springer Market Square, the oldest market in Ontario. Pick up some fresh produce, prepared foods, plants and handmade crafts on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays. And don’t miss out on other special programming throughout the year ... ... See Details

A guide to beers and bands in the Limestone City – Visit Kingston


FREEClose-off your night catching a headliner at this landmark establishment, and then grab a Kingstonian tribute to a Canadian musical icon. Celebrate future Juno winners taking the stage with a collaboration between Sam Roberts Band and Kingston’s Spearhead Breweries. The Sam Roberts Band Ale is a combination of American and British ales and a ... ... See Details

Kingston’s Korean Options – Visit Kingston


FREEKingston Asian Super (KAS) 461-B1 Princess Street Your new must-visit grocery store, KAS has everything you need to whip up a Korean dish of your own. It’s a Korean foodie’s dream come true, with a variety of hot pot ingredients (frozen and fresh), dumplings, and so much more. ... See Details

7 Things You Need to Know About Kingston Penitentiary


FREEIn the early days of Kingston Penitentiary, a “coarse diet” was considered part of the punishment. A typical daily menu in the 1880s, for example, included: for breakfast, a pint of coffee, a half pound of bread, a half pound of potatoes, and a quarter pound of beef or pork. For lunch, it was the same as breakfast except the coffee was ... ... See Details

Kingston’s Hidden Patios – Visit Kingston


FREEAnd to top it all off, you can take a growler of beer home with you! Back patio is now open 12pm-8pm, 7 days a week. Please call ahead and make a reservation to guarantee a seat. Kingston Brewing Company 34 Clarence Street 613.542.4978 Two Hidden Delights ... See Details

Exploring Winter the Old Way… by Snowshoe! – Visit Kingston


FREECataraqui Conservation Authority boasts a few conservation areas in the Kingston area: Little Cataraqui Creek offers hourly snowshoe rentals, and many easy trails ranging from about 2km to 7km in length. Lemoine Point is right in town and on a bus route, and offers a large field to try out deeper snowy conditions, as well as an 11km trail system. ... See Details

Downtown Kingston Presents: Music In The Park 2022


FREEDowntown Kingston Presents: Music In The Park 2022. Don’t miss the kick off of this summer’s Music in the Park series on Thursday, June 21 at 12:30. Join local musicians, in Confederation Park as we commence another great season of Music in the Park. Enjoy free concerts every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday throughout the summer from 12:30-1 ... ... See Details

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