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Kingston has a moderate humid continental climate in which the summers are cooler and winters are colder than most of Southern Ontario. The vicinity to Lake Ontario has a moderating effect on the climate of the city. The lake also tempers the heat and increases precipitation occasionally.

Kingston is served by Kingston/Norman Rogers Airport located at a distance of around 8 kilometers west of the core of the city. The airport is operated by City of Kingston. This public airport offers Air Canada Express flights operated to Toronto. It also offers air cargo carriers by SkyLink Express operating to Hamilton.

Places of interest in Kingston

Kingston is a city located in Eastern Ontario in Canada at the point where the St Lawrence River flows out of the Lake Ontario. The city is positioned midway between Toronto and Montreal. Also dubbed as ‘Limestone City’, Kingston is famous for its distinct buildings built of the local rock. Tourists can reach the city easily by road from Toronto and Ottawa. Festivals such as Canadian Olympic Training Regatta (C.O.R.K) and the Annual Buskers Rendezvous keep the town vibrant during summers.

  • Fort Henry: Originally built during the war of 1812, Fort Henry was used as a detainment camp for the political prisoners during the First World War. This spectacular monument continues its role as a historic site and museum. Visitors can get the feel of 19th century military life once entering this imposing site.
  • Murney Tower: Dating back to 1846 and the Oregon crisis, Murney Tower is a Martello tower located in Kingston. It boasts state-of-the-art construction and is a National Historic Site of Canada. At present, the site is managed and maintained by the Kingston Historical Society. It is operated as a military museum during summer months i.e. May to end of August.
  • Bellevue House National Historic Site of Canada: Once the home to Canada's first Prime Minister Sir John Alexander Macdonald from 1848 to 1849, Bellevue House National Historic Site of Canada is a historically significant site in Kingston. This house is well known for the non-symmetrical Italian Villa style of its architecture. Currently owned and operated by Parks Canada, the site is one of the main attractions in the city.