The historical first capital of Canada

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There are more restaurants per capita in Kingston than anywhere else in Canada

What started with a few meager food options on Princess St has grown into 100 incredible restaurants over a nine-block area of downtown. Now, people look for more than just a meal. The restaurants in Kingston offer the whole culinary experience - incredible food, a lovely ambiance, music, and patios. And in authentic Canadian fashion, restaurants from all corners of the planet.

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Earned its nickname as 'limestone city' because of its magnificent limestone historic buildings

Kingston played a significant role in Canada's history. The first prime minister lived here, the maximum-security prison was known for holding some of the most dangerous criminals, and gained and lost its title as the capital city of Canada. These stories and more are told through the historic buildings, the landmarks, the festivals, and inside the museums and galleries.

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Find antiques and unique artisinal products

There are lots of unique shops but we especially love the Kingston Public Market, the oldest market in Ontario. You'll find antiques, flowers, produce, and other artisanal goods but what makes it truly special is the feeling of community it provides.

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