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Ultimate Thousand Islands Helicopter Tour
"Once you arrive at the Visitors Center you will be greeted checked-in and provided a safety briefing. Then you will proceed to our helipad where you will be loaded into a 3-passenger Robinson R44 Helicopter.This ultimate tour allows you to experience the most of the 1864 splendid Islands. After minutes o Ontario. The views of the charming downtown Kingston the notable Fort Henry Queens University and the famous Kingston Penitentiary will leave you speechless. After leaving Kingston the forgotten parts of the Thousand islands will be uncovered. You will explore the history of the sunken ships of the St. Lawrence and the disintegrating Wyckoff Villa only seen from the air. After exploring the forgotten parts
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Ultimate Thousand Islands Helicopter Tour
"Once you arrive at the Visitors Center you will be greeted checked-in and provided a safety briefing. Then you will proceed to our helipad where you will be loaded into a 3-passenger Robinson R44 Helicopter.This ultimate tour allows you to experience the most of the 1864 splendid Islands. After minutes o Ontario. The views of the charming downtown Kingston the notable Fort Henry Queens University and the famous Kingston Penitentiary will leave you speechless. After leaving Kingston the forgotten parts of the Thousand islands will be uncovered. You will explore the history of the sunken ships of the St. Lawrence and the disintegrating Wyckoff Villa only seen from the air. After exploring the forgotten parts
From CAD522.00
 
Ultimate Thousand Islands Helicopter Tour
"Once you arrive at the Visitors Center you will be greeted checked-in and provided a safety briefing. Then you will proceed to our helipad where you will be loaded into a 3-passenger Robinson R44 Helicopter.This ultimate tour allows you to experience the most of the 1864 splendid Islands. After minutes o Ontario. The views of the charming downtown Kingston the notable Fort Henry Queens University and the famous Kingston Penitentiary will leave you speechless. After leaving Kingston the forgotten parts of the Thousand islands will be uncovered. You will explore the history of the sunken ships of the St. Lawrence and the disintegrating Wyckoff Villa only seen from the air. After exploring the forgotten parts
From CAD522.00

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1000 Islands

I found Wasa bread in a small shop in Wolfe Island...definitely did not expect seeing it there. I didn't even think that bread was available outside of Scandinavia (maybe at an Ikea shop), to be...
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Universities/Colleges

The third in the Kingston universities series is St. Lawrence Community College. It provides education and training in applied arts, business, engineering technology, trades, health sciences and human...
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Summer Afternoons on a downtown patio

If you are visiting Kingston between June and September you will notice that every restaurant along Ontario Street will have an outside patio, and if the sun is shining the patios will be full. What...
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The Waterfront Walkway

Kingston is built on the water and we seem to have an abundence of it everywhere, however there have been more that a few people upset by the amount of development along our waterfront. Here is a tip...
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B & Bs

General tip about Kingston: it is a relatively large city but it has more of a small town feel. It can be a pleasant stop on the way between Montreal and Toronto. It can also be a good place to stay...
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Keep your eyes open.

Keep your eyes open for attractions. I realized that when we came out of the marine museum and we saw the big ice breaker ship, there was another museum almost besides it, just a block down.Just by...
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You have to learn French,...

You have to learn French around here!! Which leads me to a question posed to my Canadian friends such as LAVEP and Lauriejeanne. Does the dual language present a problem in an area such as the...
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(I pulled this photo off the web to provide you with an idea of the city and how it lays out. Most of my own photos taken while there failed to turn out, so my apologies for not providing my own...
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Some Islands between 1000

Take some photographes from the Skydeck of 130 meters high. The lift brings you to the top in 40 seconds. There are three decks. The two first are glass enclosed. The third is open (be covered).Price...
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Go to the Prince George...

Go to the Prince George hotel!This beautifull place was where the wifes of soldiers would come to sleep when they were in town to visit their husbands posted at Kingston during World War 1. It then...
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If you come to Kingston in the...

If you come to Kingston in the summer, you should be sure to visit Fort Henry. You'll want to find out when they are doing their annual show with a visiting US marine unit. Fort Henry is a stone fort...
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From the Skydeck

Climb on the Skydeck - Hill Island, Lansdowne ON K0E 1L0 (613)659.2335 To reach the Skydeck : take Hwy 401, Exit 661 direction Int81. On the photograph : the International toll bridge on the I81.
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2480 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7M 3G4, Canada
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285 King Street East, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3B1, Canada
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2360 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7M 3G4, Canada
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55 Warne Crescent, Kingston, Ontario, K7K 6Z5, Canada
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125 Brock Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1S1, Canada
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686 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1E7, Canada
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Top Things to Do in Kingston

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1000 Islands

A quick and easy booking, even same day works and the flight can be any time of day. Take-off from the Kingston Airport (cygk) just on the west-side of town (a 15 minute drive from downtown...
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Fort Henry

Fort Henry was originally built during the War of 1812, but the existing Fort bears no resemblance to the one today. It was reconstructed in 1832 - 1837. The British Army garrisoned Fort Henry until...
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Bellevue House National Historic Site

Bellevue House was once home to John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first Prime Minister. Its serene gardens, whimsical Italianate architecture, and beautiful interior are truly a sight to behold. It feels...
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Martello Alley

Nestled in the very heart of Kingston, Martello Alley brings the community and culture of the city together in one large artistic explosion. Upon entering you are unsure of what you have found. A...
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Murney Tower Museum

Due to a a renewed threat of war with the United States in the early 1840's, it was decided to increase Kingston's defences and four stand alone redoubts (or Martello Towers) were built between 1846...
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Royal Military College (RMC)

The Royal Military College (RMC) opened its doors in 1876 to its first class of 18 young Canadians to be trained in all branches of military tactics. One of its most famous graduates, is the Canadian...
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janika

"Kingston and the 1000 Islands"
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windsorgirl

"Canada's First Capital....Kingston"
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Bwana_Brown

"A beautiful drive to Kingston"
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Jefie

"A City Full of History"
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marielexoteria

"My Kingston and Wolfe Island page"
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