Exploring Ontario Street: Curator Tour Outside the Museum Walls

PumpHouse, 23 Ontario Street, Kingston ON K7L 2Y2

23 Ontario Street

Kingston, ON

History & heritage

Museum

Storytelling

Tour

Explore the history of Ontario Street, a space that helped shape Kingston as a city. Expect to hear exciting stories about people, fire, explosions, industry, transportation, archaeology, everyday vices and much, much more.

This event is free.

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Fri Sep 25
Sat Sep 26
Sun Sep 27

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Organized by

City of Kingston Cultural Services

Located in the heart of downtown Kingston, the PumpHouse is the perfect place to visit if you are looking for entertainment and enrichment. Our historic building is Kingston’s first waterworks, providing fresh pumped water to the community – the original pumps can still be seen. We have many events, programs and exhibits to capture your imagination. The Museum offers learning events throughout the season for museum-goers of all ages: drop-in programming for families, tours and special events for school and camp groups, lectures and programs for adults, and a number of free days, when the museum is accessible to all. The PumpHouse’s 2019 exhibition, “Ontario Street: Brewers, Bakers and Boilermakers – 1830-1970” focuses on a period when the workers, entrepreneurs and residents of Ontario Street on the Lake Ontario waterfront represented the changing face of Kingston.

Location

23 Ontario Street

Kingston, ON

Meeting place: Front lawn of the PumpHouse (23 Ontario Street, Kingston ON K7L 2Y2)

Event Contact

Amy Paauw

apaauw@cityofkingston.ca

613-546-4291 ext. 1309

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.

All service animals are welcome.