The SS Keewatin
The SS Keewatin
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S.S. Keewatin has moved to Kingston, Ontario and will re-open in 2024. at the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes. S.S. Keewatin is the world's last Edwardian passenger steamship. Constructed in 1907, five years before TITANIC, in Govan, Scotland, this 350 foot, 8 million pound treasure was built for Canadian Pacific and helped cement the Canadian Federation. She worked for 57 years, carrying people and materials from Southern Ontario to the top of Lake Superior, returning with 1600 tons of grain. Now repatriated to her working post, Keewatin has been lovingly restored by an army of volunteers, so everything is in working condition. She is all-original and open to the public. Guided Tours start every half hour from 10am: the last complete tour of the day starts at 3:30pm. 60 min Upper Decks tour $15.00; 30 min Engine Room tour $7.50; 90 min Combination tour $20.00; 30 min Wheelhouse tour $10.00. Children under 16 are admitted FREE with Adult Accompaniment. NOT wheelchair accessible.
Duration: 1-2 hours
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