Kingston, Ontario

Kingston, Ontario Educational Student Tours

Kingston was Canada's first Capital city from 1841 to 1844 and also home to Canada's first Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald. Whether a destination on its own or a stop en route to Ottawa or Montreal, Kingston is historic, scenic and fun! A super choice for a "sailabration" cruise with dinner and dance among the 1000 Islands.

Kingston & Upper Canada Village 2 Day Tour Sample Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival for loading of your Deluxe Highway Coach
Meet your Tour Manager at this time & depart for Eastern, Ontario
Visit to Upper Canada Village

Lunch Break in the Park. (Students are encouraged to bring a packed lunch from home)
Continue visit at Upper Canada Village
Enjoy a cruise of the Thousand Islands

Check-in at your hotel or at Queens University residence
Buffet Dinner in the area
Guided Ghost Walking Tour
Return to the hotel or residence and overnight
Nighttime security patrol exclusive to your group

Day 2

Buffet Breakfast in the hotel or residence
Check-out & transfer to your morning activity
Guided Tour and Victorian Education Program + the Commandant's Parade at Fort Henry
Visit to the Corrections Museum (Old Kingston Jail Warden's Residence)

Lunch Break
Guided Tour of Bellevue House, once a residence of Canada's first Prime Minister, Sir John A. MacDonald
Depart for your school

Evening arrival at your school