Bellevue House National Historic Site of Canada

How to Get There

Bellevue House National Historic Site is located at 35 Centre Street in Kingston, Ontario, 2.3 km (less than 1 1/2 miles) west of Kingston City Hall on King Street West and 1/2 block north on Centre Street.

By car

Exit Hwy 401 via Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd. (Exit 615) south 5.5 km to Union Street, left on Union Street to Centre Street, right on Centre Street 1 1/2 blocks.

By bus

Bellevue House National Historic Site is on three bus routes (#2 Division/Calvin Park, #3 Kingscourt/Polson Park and #6 Cataraqui Town Centre/Grenadier Village) with frequent service from the downtown core.

By rail

Via Rail has regular train service to Kington Station. Learn more about Via Rail service.

Map of Kingston, showing main streets and routes to Bellevue House
Map of Kingston, showing main streets and routes to Bellevue House
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Kingston - Location and Directions

Kingston is located at the head of Lake Ontario where it empties into the St. Lawrence River, half way between two major Canadian cities, Montréal and Toronto, and only a two hour drive from Ottawa, the nation's capital.

Kingston is well served by excellent highways, air, rail and bus connections to Ottawa, Montréal and Toronto.

Map of Eastern Ontario and northern New York.
Map of Eastern Ontario and northern New York.
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