If you are having trouble with our online ticketing, please call us at 613-544-7867 (Tuesday to Saturday) to book your tour tickets. Thanks for your patience. 

Enjoy a private, guided exploration of Ontario Street

Ontario Street Walking Tours begin and end at the PumpHouse

Based off our popular 2019 exhibition, Ontario Street: Brewers, Bakers & Boilermakers this 45 minute guided tour delves into the amazing history of Ontario Street, a space that helped define and form Kingston as a City. You can expect exciting stories about intriguing, and impressive people, fires, explosions, industry, transportation, archaeology, everyday vices and much, much more. Our tours this year are capped at 9 people so make sure to book your tour early to avoid disappointment.  

Everyone participating in the Ontario Street walking tour is required to wear a face covering

Please note: our online ticket sales are supported by our sister site, the Kingston Grand Theatre. When you click on the link to "Buy Tickets"  a new window will open where you can complete your purchase. We are working to improve this process and appreciate your patience and understanding. 

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Notes about the ticketing process:

1) When moving through the ticket process you will be asked to select number of seats required, for walking tours, this number is the total number of people in your party (1-9).

Screen capture of the no. of seats required screen, showing 1 seat being selected

2) Guest using the Safari browser on iPhone may receive a prompt to accept cookies from Tixhub.com. Please select allow to continue with the payment process. Users that are redirected back to the PumpHouse website should review their default browser settings to make sure they are not blocking cookies. 

3) Once you are checking out, you will be asked to select a delivery option. By selecting print at home you will be able to both download a digital image of your ticket, print a copy of your ticket and you will also receive an email with a link to your mobile ticket. 

Screen shot of the online shopping cart showing the option to select "print at home" as the delivery option.