Tickets are available for purchase online and purchasing tickets prior to arrival is highly recommended.
Located at 1 Fort Henry Drive, Kingston, Ontario.
Between daily demonstrations in the Parade Square, guests can experience what military life was like for both military members and their families in the 1860s by exploring more than 30 historic rooms and museum exhibits, participating in a Victorian school lesson, and enjoying baked goods made daily in Fort Henry’s historic ovens by interpretive bakers. Guests can also choose to explore independently or join a 1-hour guided tour with a Fort Henry Guard in English or French. For more information about programming, click here.
Parking is available at no charge on site. All visitor and vehicle access to our parking lot and public spaces will be open as well.
Accessible parking is located closest to the entrance path into the Fort.
Daily programming at Fort Henry is an outdoor guided experience and will be offered rain or shine. If you wish to postpone your visit due to inclement weather, please contact us via the below button in advance of your visit to exchange your ticket for a different date and time. Please note that a date change request will only be accepted prior to ticket redemption or arrival onsite. Tickets are non-refundable.
Washrooms will be available in the Advanced Battery. Our team will be cleaning frequently, door will be left open as all stalls are independently contained with sink and toilet.
Yes, fresh baked goods will be available for purchase, made onsite and sold at the Commissariat Store. For more information regarding dining options at Fort Henry, click here.
Along with two retail spaces, Mrs. Henry’s Treatshop and the Garrison Store located in the Advanced Battery, we are also proud to have Trade Square Vendors. For more information regarding retail shops, click here.
Only service animals are permitted.
More information regarding accommodations and hotel packages can be found at https://www.visitkingston.ca/packages/
Guests are encouraged to self-assess their health and encouraged to not visit our attractions if there is any possibility that they may have contracted or have come into contact with COVID-19.
Programming has been modified to provide a touchless experience as much as possible. Where this is unavoidable, hand washing, or sanitizing stations are available.
Cleaning practices have been enhanced throughout the tour route and washrooms.