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Kingston Penitentiary

Kingston PenitentiaryNearby City

3.4/511 Reviews
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"Historical Site"
Open from 7/23-10/31,9:00am-5:30pm (Local time)
"Kingston almost became the capital of the Canadian province at the time, but now there is not even a Starbucks mug dedicated to it, but given its historical status, it is still worth a special trip to visit by train."
Oakwood Cemetery

Oakwood CemeteryNearby City

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Open on Mon-Fri,8:00am-4:00pm;Open on Sat,8:30am-12:00am (Local time)
Banza Church Ruins

Banza Church RuinsNearby City

"Historical Site"
Boldt Castle and Yacht House

Boldt Castle and Yacht HouseNearby City

4.5/53 Reviews
"Historical Site"
"Let go of myself to Boldt Castle in Thousand Island Lake, across the lake is Canada. The natural scenery here is good, and the castle is very well maintained. There are not many tourists, so it is especially suitable to come here to relax and relax."
Onondaga Lake Park

Onondaga Lake ParkNearby City

Murney Tower National Historic Site

Murney Tower National Historic SiteNearby City

4.3/55 Reviews
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"Historical Site"
"There are only two tourist core areas in Kingston. One is the city hall with the Kingston sign nearby, and the other is Queen’s University in the suburbs. These two places will take half a day to travel."
Holy Trinity Monastery

Holy Trinity MonasteryNearby City

"Historical Site"
Cataraqui Cemetery

Cataraqui CemeteryNearby City

4.5/52 Reviews
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Open on Mon-Fri,8:30am-5:00pm (Local time)
"The cemetery where the first prime minister of Canada was buried after his death has been widely discussed. There are many different theories about how he bought the cemetery, where another federal leader is buried."
Upper Canada Village

Upper Canada VillageNearby City

4.4/59 Reviews
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Ottawa Top 18 in Can't Miss Attractions
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"It’s like going back in time to an ancient Canadian village in the 18th century. Here, you can experience the life at that time, all of which are lifelike and real. For example, the farms, churches, pharmacies, post offices and residences back then, and some are very interactive"
Gananoque Clock Tower

Gananoque Clock TowerNearby City

3/52 Reviews
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"Historical Architecture"
"Historical Site"
"Built in 1903, was the gift of Charles MacDonald and his wife. Mr. MacDonald, born in Gananoque, was an eniment bridge builder in the USA and Canda. In his latter years he resided at Blinkbonnie, and died there in 1923." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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