(From the Goulbourn Historical Society.)
There are a few spaces still left on a bus trip to Kingston planned for Saturday June 27 to celebrate the 200thanniversary of Sir John A. Macdonald’s birth year. The highlight will be a visit to Sir John A’s home, Bellevue House, a National Historic Site run by Parks Canada. Costumed interpreters give the tour.
The trip is being organized by the Goulbourn Historical Society but is open to the general public. Cost of the trip is $40 and the bus will leave Stittsville at 8:30 a.m. and return between 5:30 and 6 p.m. Tour organizer is Marion Gullock and reservations and arrangements for payment can be made by emailing her at email@example.com.
The trip will also include a short walking tour of a few of Kingston’s historic buildings plus the beautiful City Hall, built in 1840. Later there’ll be a visit to the Kingston Penitentiary museum. Lunch will be at The Bistro near Lake Ontario and participants can choose and pay for their lunches individually. Bellevue House also has lovely gardens and there will be time to visit those too. This will be a great way to start the summer tourist season off!