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Toronto, the provincial capital, is about 150 miles (241 kilometers) West of Kingston, and Kingston Waterfront is 0.2 miles (0.3 kilometers) to the southeast.

To truly experience the tastes, flavors and textures of the Kingston region, surprise that someone special with a visit to the 33 Vines Winery. Wine connoisseurs and newbies alike can enjoy an informative tour of the vineyards, wine presses and barrel rooms, before tasting the finished product.

If you're mad about gambling, or simply enjoy the lively atmosphere of a casino, you will be able to find some great establishments in Kingston. Plan to visit the OLG Casino Thousand Islands or Thousand Islands OLG Charity Casino.

Take a break from the streets and experience the season’s colors by spending some time in the well-maintained urban parks in the region. Two of the most visited green escapes are Kingston City Park and Confederation Park. Lake Ontario Park and Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area are two other pleasant green escapes in the area.

Enjoy the great outdoors by heading to the nearby natural reserves. Some popular spots are Lemoine Point Conservation Area and United Empire Loyalist Heritage Centre. These protected areas are beautiful and wild places where you can experience amazing natural habitats.

Kingston is full of tales of human endeavor and achievement, and there's loads to explore at its cultural institutions. Allan Macpherson House and Park and the Agnes Etherington Art Centre both offer access to a varied program of exhibits that will be sure to spark your curiosity. The International Hockey Hall of Fame and Canadian Piano Museum are two more that are worth your time.

If you are interested in maritime history, then you should visit the local nautical history museum, the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes. It's one of the more fascinating museums in the region, so make sure you take the time to peruse the wide range of historical artifacts and crafts relating to the area's nautical past.

Include a stop at the Arthur Child Heritage Museum or the Lennox and Addington Museum and Archives on your must-see list so you can get a feel for the area's history.

Kingston proudly preserves a multitude of monuments and heritage buildings that are worth discovering while in the region. The Fort Henry and Old Hay Bay Church National Historic Site are two of the more iconic heritage sites. Two other sites popular with photographers are Cataraqui Cemetery and the Royal Military College Museum.

If you and your friends find enjoyment in learning the history behind religious sites, Kingston is the perfect destination for you. St John's The Apostle Catholic Church, Cathedral of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception and St. George's Cathedral are all great choices.

The noteworthy Rideau Canal is a site of memory and reflection that acknowledges this place's history.

Every school has its own unique character, and the Queen's University is certainly no exception. An integral part of the Kingston community, it makes an interesting destination for anyone who is curious about teaching and learning.

If you love food and shopping, then check out the various stores in the Napanee Mall. It is a busy hub full of clothing stores and eateries.

To experience the true artistic diversity of Kingston, visit one or two of its much-loved concert halls. You'll find some of the most acclaimed local and touring artists performing at the Springer Theatre and the ever popular the Grand Theatre. Visitors might also experience a show at the Lennox Community Theatre and the Grand Theatre, the area’s other major performing arts hubs.

Vacationers in the Kingston area interested in getting off the beaten track will love Gananoque Municipal Marina and the Kingston Family Funworld. Napanee Town Hall is another attraction.

Accommodation in Kingston

A nice place to stay goes a long way towards truly memorable vacations. You'll find some of the most popular hotels in Kingston through Expedia's easy-to-use Kingston hotels guide.

The Residence Inn Kingston Water's Edge, at 7 Earl St, and the Delta Hotels by Marriott Kingston Waterfront, at 1 Johnson Street, are excellent examples of upscale Kingston accommodation options. Alternatively, in the cheaper category, you can also check out the Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront and the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Gananoque. The Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront is housed at 2 Princess St, while the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Gananoque can be found at 777 King St E.


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