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Kingston Walks

Kingston, Canada
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About Kingston Walks
Explore Kingston's historic past and discover a city shaped by wind, fire, trade, art and war. Learn about the Limestone City's 1840s golden age on an immersive, live-guided walking tour enhanced by Hear Me wireless audio headsets. Every Kingston Walks walking tour is included in K-Pass, Kingston's all-inclusive 24h/48h/72h attractions pass.
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Danielle M wrote a review Oct. 2018
Peterborough7 contributions
Immensely enjoyed a walk along the Kingston waterfront as far as we could go. Be prepared for the wind, waves and energy blast on the senses!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Steve-and-Andie wrote a review Sep. 2018
Lancaster, United Kingdom2906 contributions398 helpful votes
Who would have known so much went on here in the past? Well we wouldn’t if we hadn’t taken this walking tour. Pace was easy going, Angela our tour guide very informative pointing out many interesting features on buildings we just would not have noticed. Well worth the money.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Nico W wrote a review Sep. 2018
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Very informative walk, we got a guide with a good sense of humor. Strong recommendation to get to know Kingston from a side that is not described in a travel guide.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Ceri W wrote a review Aug. 2018
Summerland, Canada4 contributions
This walking tour was well worth the price (<$20) and a great way to spend 90 minutes. We started by Confederation Park (the old train station) by city hall and walked less than 1/2 km either side of the park. Angela (the guide) pointed out many interesting features that I’d never noticed before and tied it all together with good stories that brought to life the social fabric of Kingston’s past, and present.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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