Museums & Galleries
Arthur Child Heritage Museum On the waterfront, May to October. Arts and heritage exhibits.
Gallery VAGA In the Gananoque Heritage Village on the waterfront. Visual artists of Gananoque and Area.
MacLachlan Woodworking Museum 15 minutes east, on Hwy. 2. The most extensive, collection of woodworking tools in Canada.
Brockville Arts Centre Where Music & Comedy Meet!
Festival Players of Prince Edward County – Professional theatre in various rural locations (west of Kingston).
St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival – Prescott. Classic theatre at its best with outdoor performances Monday to Saturday (seasonal).
Upper Canada Playhouse – Morrisburg. Professional theatre and entertainment all season long.
Gananoque Ribfest – Right by the scenic townhall, a feast on July 1 weekend.
Kingston Buskersfest – Mid-July Street performers of all shapes and sizes!
The Landsdowne Fair – A popular country fair, at the end of July
Limestone City Blues Festival – Kingston. Major blues festival, end of August.
Pirate Days-Gananoque. The town is taken over by pirates! End of July, annually.
Gananoque Boat Line – Cruises and entertainment in the heart of the Islands.
1000 Islands Kayaking – Discover the Thousand Islands with guided tours and/or self-guided tours with rentals. Variety of packages for all skill levels.
The Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve – Not just one place, but an entire region of natural and artistic resources. The most biodiverse in Canada!
Parks of the St. Lawrence – Camping and exploring in the beautiful St. Lawrence area.
1000 Islands Tower – a breathtaking view of the St. Lawrence River and the 1000 Islands.
Ground Zero Paintball
Vanridge ATV Trails