Plan your visit
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The historic house is closed for restoration work
The gardens and visitor center remain open. Regular admission fees will not apply during the restoration.
Bellevue House is located in downtown Kingston, ON, just 2.3 km west of Kingston City Hall. Plan 1-2 hours here to explore exhibits and historic artifacts while learning about the different perspectives of Confederation. Take a 45 minute guided tour with a costumed servant of the 1840s, and stroll through the heirloom and ornamental gardens.
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.
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.
Bellevue House National Historic Site is on three bus routes (#2 Division/Calvin Park, #3 Kingscourt/Polson Park and #6 Cat).
Hours of operation
Free admission for youth. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list