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This popular festival runs the length of Princess Street -- both indoors and out. Features over 100 hours of music spread over four days.

The city plays host to over 50 powerboats coming from all over North America. Includes live music in the park and boat displays.

Performers from all over the world take over downtown for the extremely popular event that features juggling, dancing, singing, magic tricks, and everything in between!

Ontario's oldest and longest running market is conveniently located in Springer Market Square, just behind City Hall. Vendors offer a wide variety of local produce, prepared foods, and handmade crafts. Open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.  Google Maps


Treat yourself to free lunchtime concerts in Confederation Park every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday from 12:30-1:30 PM.  Google Maps


Market Square is transformed into an outdoor movie theatre for most Thursday nights in the summer. Showtimes begin at 9:00 pm (closer to 8:30 pm for the features in August).  Google Maps

Buskers Whitney Manor Attractions

A hop on, hop off tour of historic Kingston, aboard comfortable thirty-two passenger trolleys.   (613) 848-0011  |  Google Maps


Offers day and night time cruises of the 1000 Islands. Includes tours of shipwrecks and historic Bolt Castle.  (888) 717-4837  |  Google Maps


See the world famous Fort Henry Guard, take a guided tour, and enjoy a meal overlooking Lake Ontario.  (613) 542-7388  |  Google Maps


This guided historical and ghost tour of downtown Kingston is a tried and true favourite for all ages.  (613) 549-6366  |  Google Maps





This historic building serves as the prime performing arts venue for hundreds of unforgettable ballet, comedy, musical, modern dance, and drama performances throughout the year.  (613) 530-2050  |  Google Maps

One of the best live theatres in Canada is located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River in Gananoque.  (613) 382-7020  |  Google Maps

Located in the heart of downtown Kingston, this 5,000 seat arena is the premier sports and entertainment venue in the area. It's host to many major concerts and other world-class shows.  (613) 650-5000  |  Google Maps

Gananoque Playhouse Whitney Manor
Pumphouse Steam Museum Whitney Manor


This museum's most incredible artifact is the museum itself – where the original pumps are animated and visitors can discover exactly how they worked.  (613) 544-7867  |  Google Maps

Tours of Kingston Penitentiary offer a rare and unique opportunity to go behind the walls of Canada's oldest and most notorious maximum security prison.  Google Maps

One of the world's largest remaining Edwardian steamships, this amazing Titanic-like ship is currently docked along the Kingston waterfront and will soon be open for tour in Spring 2024.

(613) 542-2261  |  Google Maps

Kingston Whitney Manor Winter Skating


Water equipment rentals for canoeing, cycling, kayaking, and dinghy sailing. Also offers sailing charters.  (613) 549-4277  |  Google Maps


A large community rink in Market Square that is free all winter long. Public restrooms and a warming/changing area on site.  Google Maps


This provincially run park features a playground, picnic areas, a boat-launch, plenty of parks spots, and a beautiful sandy beach.  Google Maps


Minutes away from Whitney Manor, they always provide a safe, professional, and fun fishing experience.  (613) 546-3474  |  Google Maps

Kingston Whitney Manor Winter Skating


This newly opened neighborhood spa is located in the heart of downtown Kingston and is owned and operated by locals. It's the #1 choice for massages, facials, waxing, manicures, and much, more! (613) 546-8420  |  Google Maps

This holistic yoga center in downtown Kingston offers classes for all levels, from absolute beginners to experienced practitioners who want to challenge themselves!  (613) 542-8992  |  Google Maps

Opening in 2021, Immerse aims to provide an environment for guests to recharge, rejuvenate and relax through various methods of detox and stimulation-free environments. Cold and float therapy are two of its most popular treatments.  (613) 507-1990  |  Google Maps

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