Quality Inn & Suites 1000 Islands
650 King St. East
Gananoque, ON K7G 1H3
Phone: (613) 382-1453
Fax: (613) 382-4781
650 King St. East, Gananoque, ON, CA, K7G 1H3
- Phone: (613) 382-1453
- Fax: (613) 382-4781
The Church of Saint Lawrence is a beautiful church standing on the Alexandria Bay since 1889. The Shingle Style of architecture and the massive structure are appealing to the eye. Services are continuously held at this historically important place of worship.
St. Paul's Episcopal is a historic church built in 1878. Also known as the Church of the Nazarene, this beautiful building is constructed with a mix of Late Gothic Revival and Eastlake styles. The church became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1996 and has been in continuous function since its birth.
The Royal Military College of Canada or Collège militaire royal du Canada, as the name suggests is a military college affiliated with the Canadian Forces. Since its inception in 1876, it has been training and providing all-round education to brave officers. For more information, check website.
Nestled within the sprawling campus of the Royal Military College, this is a religious landmark. This beautiful structure is declared as a Federal Heritage Building and also features on the Registry of Historic Buildings of Canada.
Wolfe Island is one of the most interesting and entertaining islands located at the beginning of Saint Lawrence River in Lake Ontario. Marysville being the largest community here, Wolfe Island is counted as the largest amongst the Thousand Islands. Covering a totoal area of approximately 124 square kilometres (48 square miles), it accommodates a population of about 1400 residents. Centrally situated, it is easily accessible from Canada and the United States by ferry. Labelled as an Important Bird Area, this island is famous for the growing number of wild turkeys, deer as well as swans in the fall and spring times. Located here is also Thousand Island's largest church, The Sacred Heart of Mary Church. The island is filled with recreational facilities like two golf clubs, three bicycle routes, a corn maze, a number of restaurants, bakeries, shopping centres, as well as various other services. Definitely, a must-visit island!
The St. George’s Anglican Cathedral is a historic landmark that is renowned for its architectural beauty. Its stained glass windows, the several plaques, and many other features make for a striking religious landmark. For details, check website.
The St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church dates back to the 1800s era and still continues to strive for the community. This beautiful landmark, welcomes everyone with open arms to join in the prayers. For more details, check website.
This beautiful Roman Catholic Cathedral called the St. Mary's Cathedral is a church that is open to all sans any discrimination. For more details, check website.
The Chalmers United Church is a beautiful church that is associated with the The United Church of Canada. It offers religious services and focuses on the Judeo-Christian values. For more details, check website.
Established in 1832, the iconic Kingston General Hospital is located on King Street. Having completed more than 175 years, the KGH, as it is popularly called, was deemed a National Historic Site of Canada in 1995. The first and the oldest public hospital in Canada, the Kingston General Hospital is associated with Queen's University and provides a volley of services to the people of Kingston.
This Orthodox synagogue is one of the foremost synagogues in Kingston. The Beth Israel Congregation is a historic site, and it continues to offer religious services.
The Auditorium housed within the Kingston Alliance Church hosts concerts, community events and similar such functions. Call for details.