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Kingston City Hall, one of the finest 19th century buildings in Canada and a nationally designated heritage site, is toured by thousands of tourists and local citizens each year. Kingston's historic City Hall has housed governments, a bank, dry goods, and the body of Sir John A. Macdonald. This historic building still functions as the City's administrative centre.


What's in this building?

The Payment Centre is located to the right of the reception desk off the front hall of City Hall.

Council Chambers are located on the second floor at the far end of the South Wing of the building.

Memorial Hall is on the second floor in the North Wing of the building.

Accessibility

Those who use wheelchairs and scooters may access City Hall's first floor from the Market Street entrance or access the washrooms in the lower level of the Market Wing of City Hall (beside Springer Market Square) via the Brock Street access ramp.  City Hall has an elevator behind the reception desk. Accessible washrooms and water fountains are available to the public when the building is open.


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