Free in Kingston this Winter
Winter hours and programming vary by location. Museum and gallery admission is by donation.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Located on the campus of Queen’s University, The Agnes Etherington Art Centre presents contemporary and historical exhibitions, including three original Rembrandt paintings.
agnes.queensu.ca | 36 University Ave
Art themed historic alley in downtown, where you can meet the artists and see their work.
martelloalley.com | 203 B Wellington 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.
c-and-e-museum.org | Hwy 2 East at CFB Kingston
Miller Museum of Geology
Discover rocks a collection of Earth’s rocks, minerals and fossils, including a dinosaur exhibit with a fossil dig.
queensu.ca/millermuseumofgeology | Miller Hall, 36 Union St
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.
museumofhealthcare.ca | 32 George St
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.
ohhof.com | Invista Centre, 1350 Gardiners Rd. 2nd Floor.
Skating in the Square
Skating is free at the Springer Market Square rink. Public restrooms, facilities and lockers are available.
Behind City Hall, Corner of King and Brock Street.
Wolfe Island Ferry
Experience a unique view of Kingston’s historic harbour on a winter crossing to Wolfe Island.
Barrack St, off of Ontario St.