New to Kingston?
We want you to make the most of your new home and city. You can always call us if you need help finding an amenity be it a specialized grocery store, excellent restaurant or a yoga studio. Below are a list of some Must Do, See and Eat places in Kingston, Ontario.
Restaurants: (info coming soon)
Take Away: (info coming soon)
Spas & Salons: (info coming soon)
Grand Theatre – Excellent productions of classic and modern theatre. Performance area for anything from ballet to comedians. Discounts for seniors & those under 30
Tett Centre – A new cultural hub in Kingston Ontario. Studios, galleries, art venue and place for lessons & workshops in the arts.
Summer Markets – Kingston is growing with markets. The staples throughout summer are the downtown Springer Square market; Produce on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays, Antiques on Sundays. Memorial Centre Farmers Market for local produce and artisans every Sunday.
“The Hub” – If you’re a student looking to move to Kingston it is likely you’d want to live near this area. Located downtown near Queens with majority of the pubs and bars that are frequently visited by students.
The Screening Room – Locally owned movie theatre playing some major movies as well as cult, independent and foreign films.
Fort Henry – Learn the history of the limestone city. Experience shows, fireworks and tours of the facilities taking you back in time.
Cataraqui Trail – Excellent for cycling or cross country skiing. Witness the nature surrounding Kingston
Wolfe Island – Take a walk or cycling trip. Or sit on a patio and enjoy the view. Wolfe Island is a great way to visit a rural area without needing a car. Sandy beach is an excellent place in the summer to take a dip in the lake.
If you’re a student looking for a part-time job there are plenty of resources to use in Kingston.