Kingston Peninsula Heritage

Kingston Peninsula Heritage

Kingston, designated a Heritage District in 2000, is located at the crossroads of Rte. 845 and Rte. 850, and houses 1789 Trinity Anglican Church & Loyalist Cemetery, 1787 Rectory, John Fisher Memorial Museum (located in basement of Macdonald Consolidated School), 1810 Carter House Tea Room & Heritage Site, Kingston Convenience plus a Christmas Tree Farm.

You will find the beautiful Kingston Peninsula located between the Kennebecasis River/Bay, St. John River and Belleisle Bay.  Experience a ferry crossing and scenic drive.  View heritage homes, churches and cemeteries.  Visit seasonal markets, pottery, wineries, pub, crafters and country stores.  In season, enjoy fishing, swimming, hiking, biking, fall colours or cross-country skiing.

874 Rte 845, Kingston, NB E5N 1B3

(506) 763-2101


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