Connect with YOUR Great Lakes.
From shipwrecks and lighthouses to ecosystems and water quality, we invite you to explore Kingston's unique history and the world's largest inter-connected body of freshwater through our programs and exhibits.
Visit our storefront gallery, explore our collections or schedule an outreach program, we have something for everyone!
Life in the Naval Reserve
Featuring the works of Grant Macdonald, this new exhibit welcomes recruits to our Second World War Recruitment Station - style experience complete with your very own recruitment card and dress-up station.
Arriving in the Dry Dock this autumn.
We are is pleased to announce the S.S. Keewatin will be joining the Museum’s collection this fall! This historic ship, which is the last of its kind, will be integrated into our extensive transportation collection covering the history of the Great Lakes.
The Kee is currently in Hamilton undergoing extensive restoration work before arriving in Kingston.
Be part of our voyage
It's all hands on deck as we navigate the next phase of our voyage. The restoration of our heritage buildings means we are set to develop and offer new exhibits, experiences and research opportunities, but we can't do it alone.
Consider joining our crew as a volunteer, becoming a member or supporting us with a donation.