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1000 Islands Cruises
1 Brock St.
  Sightseeing, lunch, diner and sunset crusies
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Agnes Etherington Art Centre
613 533-2190
University Avenue at Bader Lane Kingston
  Features a great selectionof children's art-related books and toys.
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Bellevue House National Historic Site of Canada
35 Centre St.
  Bellevue House was once the home of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada's first prime minister. Restored to the 1840s period, and staffed by costumed interpreters, the house and gardens are kept much as they would have been during the time that Macdonald lived here with his wife and infant son.
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Boiler Room Climbing Gym
4 Cataraqui St.
  The Boiler Room Climbing Gym is one of Canada's leading indoor rock climbing facilities. With 35 routes and Canada's tallest indoor climb at 100 feet the Boiler Room is a great place to have some active fun.
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Brigantine Tall Ship Summer Camp
53 Yonge St.
  Learn about the thrill of crewing a beautiful windjammer on the open seas.
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Canada's Penitentiary Museum
555 King Street West
  The "Friends of the Penitentiary Museum" are dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the fascinating history of Canada's Penitentiary System.
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Confederation Tour Trolley
209 Ontario St.
  Relax and let our guides take you through an exploration of the historic sites and modern attractions of Canada’s second oldest city. Highlights include Royal Military College, Fort Henry, Fort Frontenac, Kingston’s penitentiaries, Olympic Harbour and Bellevue House.
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Old Fort Henry
County Road 2
  Sentries guard the entrance to this 19th century British military fortress, only to let you in if you are ready to enter British garrison life during the year of Canada's confederation.
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Haunted Walks
200 Ontario Street
  Best known for the tours and local ghost stories and ‘darker’ history which are presented in the evening, when the lights are low and the atmosphere is just right for a good ghost story.
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International Hockey Museum
York and Alfred
  Features an outstanding collection of early skates, sticks and memorabilia that traces ice hockey's evolution and rules.
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Kingston Family Fun World
1533 McAdoo's Lane
  Amusement park with go-karts, mini-putt, battle tent and a drive-in theatre
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The Landings Golf Course and Teaching Centre
Norman Rogers Airport
  This 27 hole semiprivate golf course contains three nine hole courses that are played in three 18 hole combinations. All of the combinations feature large greens, seven water hazards, and many out-of-bounds stakes lining the fairways
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Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area
Division St.
  Family activities including nature camp, trails and picnic area.
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Maclachlan Woodworking Museum
2993 Highway 2
  The MacLachlan Woodworking Museum is a great place for families and kids. Register your child for Beaded Jewellery, Dig In, Featuring Fossils, Fun with Paints, Dino- Bones and more.
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Marine Museum of the Great Lakes
55 Ontario St.
  The museum's extensive exhibits provide a look at 19th and 20th century shipbuilding and life on the Great Lakes and the 3,000 ton icebreaker, the Alexander Henry, is open for tours.
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Pump House Steam Museum
23 Ontario Street
  Upon entering the building, a visitor easily steps back to the era when steam power was king, a variety of industrial steam engines both in full and model sizes may be viewed.
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541 Days Rd.
  Unique 'indoor family activity centre' with 'multi-level climbing structures', 'traverse climbing wall', 'arcade games' and family/child related programs' offering stimulating play for children of all ages.
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Military Communications and Electronics Museum
95 Craftsman Blvd., Highway #2 Kingston
  Many displays, some hands-on, from the early years of military communication to the present. It's not just tubes and electronics, there are many more display items to delight young and old, and to experience history with a touch of nostalgia. Chat with our volunteers and share their knowledge.
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Miller Museum of Geology and Mineralogy
Miller Hall, Queen's University
  An active earth-science teaching museum for local schools and natural-science interest groups in eastern Ontario. The museum features many fossil and mineral displays, a working seismograph, and an educational tour program of "hands on" geology activities.
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