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Kingston was once a center for ship building, the fur trade and briefly the capital of United Province of Canada. Constructed by generations of shipbuilders, the city's handsome limestone buildings reflect a dignified lineage.  The host of the 1976 Olympic Games Regatta, Kingston is still one of the freshwater sailing capitals of North America and the embarkation point for many local cruisers. Kingston is home to more museums than any other town in Ontario. Universal popular, the resort British basin Old Fort Henry is a living military museum brought to life by guards in bright scarlet period uniforms who are trained in drills, artillery exercises, and traditional and drum music of the 1860s. Canada's top army Training University is also based in the city and The Royal Military College Museum, housed in an 1846 Martello Tower, tells the story of today's cadets and their forebears.

West of the downtown are lies the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes. There are displays on the history of the Great Lakes and the ships that sailed on them, including the first ship built for the Lake here in 1678. The museum also contains a 3,000 tonne icebreaker which was found a new vocation as a delightfully appointed bed and breakfast.



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Living nearby  Area: Southern Ontario
Living nearby  Lake Front Living
Living nearby  Historic Culture, Museums & Galleries
Living nearby  Power Boat Cruisers
Living nearby  Popular Sailing
Living nearby  Lakefront Homes
Living on or close to a Marina Large Marina
Living nearby  Activities & Sports
Living nearby  Military History
Living nearby  Trails & Parks
Living nearby  Medium Sized City
Living nearby  Close Proximity to Major Cities
Living on or close to a Marina Lake & River Fishing
Living nearby  Scenic Downtown Views
Living on or close to a Marina Canoeing and Kayaking





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