Loughborough Inn is only minutes from the historic City of Kingston, beautiful Gananoque, Ontario and the acclaimed 1000 Islands; all home to some of the most unique and prominent attractions in Eastern Ontario.
Within Kingston support services such as hospitals, medical clinics, churches and shopping facilities are readily available.
Bellevue House was once the home of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first prime minister. Restored to the 1840s period and staffed by costumed interpreters, the house and gardens are kept much as they would have been during the time that Macdonald lived here with his wife and son.
Fort Henry National Historic site
Fort Henry is a domineering fortress that was constructed in 1812. Today, you can get a glimpse of the bygone era at this historic site through different events and activities held here.
Royal Military College and Fort Frederick
Fort Frederick was built during the War of 1812 and a Martello tower was added in 1846 during the Oregon Boundary crisis between the United States and Britain. The Martello tower houses the RMC Museum.
Murney Tower National Historic Site
Murney Tower was constructed in 1846 and is one of four Martello towers protecting Kingston( Fort Frederick, Cathart Tower and Shoal Tower). Murney Tower is a military museum with displays from the mid 19th century.
Kingston Mills Block House
Discover the military lifestyle of 1839.