Getting to Kingston

Getting to Kingston is really easy –

… and it’s even easier to get around once you’re here. We’re conveniently located just off of Highway 401, nestled beside Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence River and the historic Rideau Canal and are right in the middle between Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto and Syracuse.

Once you’re in Kingston, learn more about how to get around the city. 

By Car (Via Highway 401 Eastbound)
  • Take the Sir John A Macdonald Blvd. exit (#615) and travel south for approximately 6 km (4 miles).
  • Turn left onto King Street and follow the banks of Lake Ontario.
  • At the intersection of King Street and West Street, turn right and follow West Street to the left as it becomes Ontario Street.
  • Kingston’s City Hall is located on the corner of Ontario Street and Brock Street.
  • There is public parking adjacent to City Hall.
By Bus

Red Arrow Ontario Service coach busses will run between Toronto and Ottawa seven days a week. Kingston bus stops include Harvey’s, 1141 Division St., and Goodes Hall, 143 Union St. Learn more.

Megabus offers service to Kingston, from Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa. Visit

From Kingston, Flixbus will serve Toronto, Ottawa, Windsor, and several other cities across the province. Tickets can be purchased at

Tour bus parking for operators is available at 294 King St E, Kingston, ON K7L 3B2.

By Rail

With multiple departures and arrivals daily, Kingston’s VIA Rail station offers business and leisure travellers with connections to and from major city centres such as Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto. For a detailed listing of fares and schedules, visit the VIA Rail website or call 1.888.VIA-RAIL.

By Shuttle

Shuttle Kingston is flexible and accommodates most flight times. The shuttle transports to Watertown, Ogdensburg, and Ottawa airports. Call 1-800-731-6335 or visit their website for more details.