Unmissable tourist sites
Kitchener Travel guide
Kitchener : Michelin's recommendations
Orderly and clean, the twin industrial cities of Kitchener and Waterloo reflect their German heritage. The first immigrants were Mennonite farmers from Pennsylvania, who hewed out of wilderness the prosperous farms on which the area developed. Later German immigrants brought a range of business and manufacturing skills, creating the diverse economy still evident today.
Tourist attractions Kitchener : Things to see and do
466 Queen St. South CDN - Kitchener ON N2G 1W7
This Georgian frame house restored and furnished to the period of the mid-1850s. An added wing displays decorative arts and German folk art. Special events and seasonal activities such as sheep shearing and quilting parties reflect the family's Menno..
528 Wellington St. North CDN - Kitchener ON N2H 5L5
Built in 1853, it was for some years the boyhood home of William Lyon Mackenzie King, prime minister of Canada 1921-30 and 1935-48. The house has been restored to reflect the period of King's residence in the 1890s. In a theatre located in the baseme..
CDN - Kitchener ON N2P 2R7
The visitor centre's orientation video (8min) incorporates vintage photographs from Doon Heritage Crossroads' archival collection. Throughout the village costumed interpreters demonstrate daily activities typical of rural life. The two-storey frame h..
2899 King Street E CDN - Kitchener ON N2A 1A6
Choose this welcoming Kitchener-Waterloo hotel and enjoy abundant amenities, friendly staff and being near Bingemans, RIM and the University of Waterloo. You'll feel right at home in the luxurious, yet affordable rooms -offering cable television, Fre..
20 Queen St S. CDN - Kitchener ON N1G 1V6
This historic hotel in Kitchener, Ontario was originally built in 1820. It features a salon and barber shop, 2 restaurants and warmly decorated rooms with flat-screen TVs. THEMUSEUM is 110 meters away. Coffee facilities, free Wi-Fi and a work desk a..