Visit City’s Most Interesting Places During “Doors Open Kingston”

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On Saturday, June 17th, the public can get a free look at some of Kingston’s most interesting places.

Event coordinator, Sue Hitchcock, says Doors Open Kingston can be used as a good excuse to get out and explore our city, adding that “Kingston has so much to offer and seeing these places is a great way to connect with, and learn about, the role these sites play in shaping the Kingston of today and tomorrow.”

Check out the Rembrandt paintings at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, take a peek into the future at the Queen’s Solar Education Centre’s solar house, or get some background info on the penitentiary scenes in the upcoming “Alias Grace” mini-series (that were filmed in Kingston) at Canada’s Penitentiary Museum, and much more.

Most of the below locations will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 pm.

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– Agnes Etherington Art Centre – 36 University Avenue at Bader Lane
– Almost Home – 118 William St.
– Benidickson House (Summerhill East) – west of Arch Street north of Stuart Street
– Canada’s Penitentiary Museum – 555 King St. W.
– Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario – 25 King St. W.
– City Hall – 216 Ontario St.
– Frontenac County Schools Museum – 414 Regent St., Barriefield
– Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship Cataraqui – 24 Navy Way
– Islamic Centre of Kingston – 1477 Sydenham Rd. (Note: This site is open Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
– Kingston Area Recycling Centre – 196 Lappan’s Lane
– Kingston Police Headquarters – 705 Division St.
– Kingston Theatre Organ Society Centre – 89 Kirkpatrick St.
– Kingston Yacht Club – 1 Maitland St.
– Military Communications and Electronics Museum – 95 Craftsman Blvd.
– Museum of Health Care at Kingston – 32 George St.
– Pump House History in Motion – 23 Ontario St.
– Queen’s Solar Education Centre – 244 Sir John A Macdonald Blvd.
– Rogers K-Rock Centre – 1 Tragically Hip Way
– Royal Canadian Horse Artillery Brigade Association – 193 Ontario St.
– Royal Military College of Canada – Currie Building – 15 Valour Dr.
– Royal Military College of Canada – Mackenzie Building – 17 Valour Dr.
– St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church – 130 Clergy St. E.
– St. George’s Cathedral – 270 King St. E.
– St. Mark’s Anglican Church – 268 Main St., Barriefield
– St. Paul’s Anglican Church – 137 Queen St.
– Sydenham Street United Church – 82 Sydenham St.
– W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections – 93 University Ave. (in Queen’s University’s Douglas Library)

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