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  • 1 Dawson City Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CDN - Kingston

    As it emerges from Lake Ontario, for an 80km stretch the St Lawrence River is dotted with a thousand and more islands of varying sizes. Between Canada and the United States, this archipelago, with glistening waters lapping at forested shores, is a po..

  • 2 Bellevue House Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    35 Centre St. CDN - Kingston K7L 4E5

    This somewhat exotic Italian-styled villa contrasts sharply with Kingston's more traditional stone buildings. When completed (c.1840), it caused quite a sensation and, for a short time (1848 to 1849), served as the residence of Canada's first prime m..

  • 3 Marine Museum of the Great Lakes Interesting

    Museums and art

    55 Ontario St. CDN - Kingston K7L 2Y2

    Set in old shipbuilding works beside Lake Ontario, this museum has displays on vessels that have plied the Great Lakes. An interesting shipbuilders' gallery explains various construction methods, and a special section is devoted to Kingston's shipbui..

  • 4 Pump House Steam Museum

    Museums and art

    23 Ontario St. CDN - Kingston K7L 2Y2

    Kingston's 1849 pumping station has been restored. Among the many machines and scale models are two enormous steam pumps once used in the pump house, restored to their condition in 1897.

  • 5 Murney Tower Historic National Site

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    À l'ouest du port CDN - Kingston K7L 4V6

    The squat, round Murney tower, reinforced by fine vaulting, is a Martello tower built out of stone in 1846 to protect the port. Inside, living quarters of the garrison have been recreated, including the gun platform with its 32-pounder cannon on a ci..

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