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Kingston & Ottawa

2 Day tour

Kingston & Ottawa 2 Day Tour


This tour focuses on Upper Canada.  Walk through the streets of historic Kingston.  See architecture that represents the 1840's and 1850's, a time when Irish immigrants came to Ontario due to the potato famine.  Visit the beautiful campus of Queen's University and see other establishments.  Enjoy the natural beauty of Kingston Harbour, Gananoque and the 1,000 Islands!  This is your chance to spend more time in Ottawa!  Learn about the evolution of cultures at the Canadian History Museum then visit our capital city both on tour and independently.  So many opportunities are waiting for you!




7:30am Meet your TNT Activities Director on the southwest corner of Yonge St. and Davenport, in front of the TNT office.

7:45am Board your coach bus and depart for KINGSTON.

10:15am Arrive in Kingston.  Participate in a driving tour of this historic city.  You will see:  Queen's University, Kingston Penitentiary, Bellevue House, Kingston Harbour, Old Fort Henry and Royal Military College.  You will also enjoy a walking tour of Queen's University's main campus.

12:15pm Lunch time in Springer Market Square.  You can also visit the city's harbourfront on Lake Ontario!

1:30pm Depart from Kingston.  Enjoy a drive along highway #2 to take in the beauty of Gananoque and the 1,000 Islands area!

4:00pm Arrive in Ottawa. Check into your deluxe hotel.

4:30pm Participate in an orientation walk of downtown Ottawa.  You will see many popular areas:  Parliament Hill, the Rideau Canal, Confederation Square, Sparks Street, Bank Street, Elgin Street, Byward Market and more!  

6:00pm Your Activities Director will provide you with dinner and evening options.  Overnight in Ottawa.



8:00am Own arrangements for breakfast.

9:00am Check out of your hotel.  Participate in a driving tour of Ottawa.  You will see:  Sussex Drive, Embassy Row, the Prime Minister's official residence, Rideau Hall and more!

10:00am Visit the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec (admission included).  You can learn more about the creation of our land, starting with aboriginal culture, then followed by European explorers and the centuries of evolution from coast to coast to coast.

12:30pm Time for lunch and exploration.  You will be given time to visit different neighborhoods in Ottawa.  

3:00pm Board your coach bus.  Depart for Toronto.  A rest stop will be made on route.

8:00pm Arrive at Bloor-Yonge subway station in Toronto.



·       Round-trip highway motor-coach transportation!

·       Knowledgeable TNT Activities Director throughout your tour!

·       1night superior hotel accommodation in Ottawa! *

·       Admission to the Canadian History Museum!

·       All taxes and service charges!


*no breakfast included

(*Price is per person based on 4 people per room with 2 double or queen beds - separated by gender.  Extra cost for triple, double and single rooms)


      Trip Cost 123.45
      Additional Fees 15.02
      Insurance Cost 0.00
      Add-ons Cost 0.00
      Trip Total 300.20
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      The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic is upon us and, as per the order by the government of the Province of Ontario, our offices (as a non-essential service in Toronto) are currently closed until December 21st and this may be extended.

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      • A very high rate of those in the general public who catch this virus will have a full recovery.


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