For a comprehensive guide to included admissions, download the Kingston Trolley Tours Passport (PDF).

Fort Henry

Immerse yourself in 1860s British military life at Fort Henry. Watch a drill or take a tour, aim a rife or field canon, and fire! Then, relax with a meal and a cocktail at the Patio Bistro. Wednesdays in July-August: You can visit the Fort during the day, then return in the evening for a Sunset Ceremony.
1 Fort Henry Dr, Trolley Stop #3


The Pump House Steam Museum

Discover the world of engineering and steam power, including interactive science exhibits, a model railroad, and the huge steam engines built to pump water to Kingston residents in the 1850s.
53 Ontario St, Trolley Stop #5

Ahoy Rentals

Add some adventure to your day! Rent from a variety of sailboats, canoes, kayaks, paddleboards and bikes, at Ahoy Rentals’ convenient downtown, waterfront location..
23 Ontario St, Trolley Stop #5

Bellevue House

The home of Canada's 1st Prime Minister and Kingston's most famous son: Sir John A. Macdonald. Explore the Visitor Centre, home, meet costumed staff and take a guided tour.
35 Centre St, Trolley Stop #6

Murney Tower

Built in 1846 as part of the defensive Martello tower fortifications of Kingston, explore a collection of military and domestic artifacts of 19th-century Kingston.
(10 minute walk East) King St. West, Trolley Stop #8

MacLachlan Woodworking Museum

Dive into a hands-on exploration of woodworking tools and technology in this family-friendly museum. Located in Grass Creek Park, which offers a playground, dog park and sandy swimming beach.
2993 Hwy 2 East Kingston


Visitor Information Centre

Established in an 1830s Railway Station, the Visitor Information Centre is the ideal place to begin your visit to Kingston. Get information on attractions and events, or pick up a made-in-Kingston souvenir.
209 Ontario St, Trolley Stop #1


City Hall Guided Tour

Kingston’s City Hall has been a prominent landmark on the waterfront since 1844. Explore the Heritage Resource Centre, the Police Lockup Gallery, over 60 civic portraits and stunning stained glass windows!
209 Ontario St, Trolley Stop #1


Royal Military College War of 1812 Walking Tour

Fort Frederick is a National Historic Site and part of a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the grounds of the college and its fortifications or embark on the self-guided 1812 Walking Tour.
13 General Crerar Crescent, Trolley Stop #2

St. George's Anglican Cathedral

Built in 1825, St. George's is a gothic-revival Cathedral with a magnificent central sanctuary. A self-guided tour invites you to discover the story of the Cathedral and its role in Canada's early history.
270 King St, Trolley Stop #4

The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning

The newly-renovated Tett Centre houses 8 arts organizations, 8 artist studios, and dynamic rental spaces. Visit the Juniper Cafe! The Tett shares its beautiful waterfront location with the Isabel Bader Centre.
370 King St, Trolley Stop #6


Isabel Bader Performing Arts Centre

A 90,000 sq.ft. world-class performing arts presentation and education facility at Queen's University. The Isabel hosts orchestras, classical and jazz musicians and other performers from around the world.
390 King St, West, Trolley Stop #6

Canada's Penitentiary Museum

Canada’s award-winning Penitentiary Museum preserves and interprets the history of our federal penitentiaries, featuring inmate art, escape attempt artifacts, and a replica 19th century cell.
555 King St, Trolley Stop #7


Agnes Etherington Art Centre

The Agnes is the ideal place to begin your exploration of Queen's. The gallery presents contemporary and historical exhibitions, featuring artworks of regional, national, and international importance.
36 University Ave, Trolley Stop #8

Union Gallery

Union Gallery features innovative contemporary visual and interdisciplinary art by professional and student artists. Located in Stauffer Library, whose bright central atrium and spiral staircase have made it a landmark.
1st floor Stauffer Library, Trolley Stop #8


Miller Museum of Geology

Located in the Department of Geological Sciences at Queen’s University, the Miller museum includes displays of unique rocks, minerals and fossils, including a dinosaur exhibit.
Miller Hal, 36 Union St W, Trolley Stop #8


Museum of Health Care

Connect with the history of health care in Canada and gain perspective on today's health issues. Located in the historic Ann Baillie Building, the museum includes interactive exhibits and hosts special events.
32 George St, Trolley Stop #8

Frontenac County Schools Museum

Visit a one-room school classroom of the 1890s-1910s. Peruse Victorian-era schoolbooks, equipment and photographs and experience social and school life as children did in Canada's pioneer days.
414 Regent St.

Military Communications and Electronics Museum

Over 10,000 sq feet of exhibits, hands-on displays and artifacts highlighting the men and women of Canada's Signals Corps, and the communications technologies they have used.
Hwy 2 East at CFB Kingston

Original Hockey Hall of Fame

The world’s Original Hockey Hall of Fame’s collection reflects the evolution of hockey and Kingston’s prominent role.
Invista Centre