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Bellevue House National Historic Site of Canada

35 Centre Street, Kingston, Ontario

Bellevue House was the home of Canada’s first Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald. It is an Italianate villa situated in its own landscaped grounds in an early suburb of…

Prince George Hotel

200 Ontario Street, Kingston, Ontario

This is a composition of pre-1850 limestone, commercial buildings integrated into a Second Empire, mansard-roofed style hotel. Situated within Kingston's historic Market Square,…

Custom House

294 King Street East, Kingston, Ontario

Situated in the Market Square heritage district of Kingston, the Custom House, also known as Kingston Customs House, is a two-storey, flat-roofed, rectangular, stone building,…


100 Montreal Street, Kingston, Ontario

Located in a residential and commercial district in the former Royal Artillery Park, the Armoury, also known as the Kingston Drill Hall, is a two-storey, heavy stone structure. A…

Main Cellblock

Kingston, Ontario

In plan the Main Cellblock is a symmetrical Greek cross-shaped Classic Revival-style five-storey structure with additional projected sections to the east and west. The appended…

Vincent Block / Administration Office

Kingston, Ontario

Fort Frontenac is situated at the eastern entrance to Kingston where the Cataraqui River drains into Lake Ontario. Situated within the Canadian Forces complex at Fort Frontenac,…

De Noyan Block

Kingston, Ontario

At the eastern entrance to the city, located at Fort Frontenac National Historic Site of Canada, the De Noyan Block is a simple rectangular two-storey, stone structure with a…

LaSalle Block

Kingston, Ontario

At the eastern entrance to the city, located in the Fort Frontenac National Historic Site of Canada, LaSalle Block is a long rectangular two-storey, stone structure with a low…

North Lodge

555 King Street, Kingston, Ontario

Situated as the only entrance to Kingston Penitentiary the North Lodge is a simple, elegant, neo-classical structure. It consists of a large central arched entranceway with two…

Ann Baillie Building National Historic Site of Canada

32 George Street, Kingston, Ontario

The Ann Baillie Building is a two-storey, limestone institutional building with a cruciform footprint and a monumental, classically-inspired, portico. Built as a nurses’ residence…

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