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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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Irish heritage

Kingston has an Irish heritage since the majority of the local population is Irish descent. There are also French and other ethnic cultures present. There were thousands of Irish people came to Canada...
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One of Canada's fastest growing wine regions

As we started out on our Loyalist Parkway drive, many miles west of Kingston, I was surprised to see wineries springing up beside the highway, such as the Sandbanks Estate Winery seen in these photos....
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IN ONTARIO, when at a red...

IN ONTARIO, when at a red light, if you want to turn right, look to your left and if no one is comming, GO!!:)YES, YOU CAN TURN RIGHT ON RED LIGHTS!! All you have to do is be carefull, do a complete...
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Buying alcool is weird and...

Buying alcool is weird and kinda annoying in Ontario. Contrarily to Quebec, where you can buy beer at every corner store, here, you can only buy them in beer stores!You go in (people 25 and under be...
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Kingston is a beautifull and...

Kingston is a beautifull and very active port for tourists. Americans cross Lake ontario to enjoy this beautifull city. Also in this area (the marina is on Ontario) is where all the festivals and fun...
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Kinston is where you'll find...

Kinston is where you'll find the renowned Queens University, specialised in applied sciences. All these students help make this town even nicer and livelier. The only deception is that the student...
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One of the few remionders that...

One of the few remionders that Canada (And Kingston) was a British Colony.BTW: Only 1 percent of the population here speaks french.
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This beautifull little shack...

This beautifull little shack in front of the City hall is the tourist information center where you can buy souvenirs and ask for flyers or information on the town.
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Top Hotels in Kingston

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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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Top 5 Kingston Writers

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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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