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Just some of the many sights that await you and your guests in the Limestone City.
We can't show you this view on your bus tour.  You'll need a plane or helicopter.
A view from Fort Henry overlooking the last military school in Canada...the Royal Military College.  We'll take your your bus group right through the campus!
Chalmers United Church. built in 1888 is a great example of local limestone construction.  By the way, it's just one of the many haunted buildings in the city.
Kingston City Hall opened in 1844.
The City Hall opened in 1844 after the capital status had been taken away from the city.
City Hall after dark.
Another of the many historic sights on the Queen's University campus is Grant's Hall, named after an early school principal.
The beginning of the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
MacIntosh Castle.  Every town needs a castle.  Right?
Our first Prime Minister lived here in 1848.  Just one of the many stops and sights on your bus tour with Personally Guided Tours of Historic Kingston.
Built in Kingston in 1913, it's a tribute to Sir John A, our first Prime Minister and the man who united Canada from coast to coast with the iron rails.
A visit to Kingston isn't complete without a visit to Fort Henry and a display of 1860's militarism by the Fort Henry Guard.
One of our four Martello Towers built in the 1840's to defend the harbour.  Ever vigilant for American predators!
This is the grand daddy of all the prisons in Canada...Kingston Pen.  This is how it looked in 1905...looks about the same today.