Operating Hours (Updated April 2022)
The Museum of Health Care at Kingston is now open for visitors! In order to visit, all visitors must book an appointment by email (click here) or by phone (613 548 2419)
Things to know about your visit to the Museum of Health Care
- All guided tours and in-person programming must be book at least 1 hour in advance
Visitors, upon arrival, will:
- Be screened for COVID-19 by a staff member via answers to screening questions
- Provide their Proof of Vaccination (via QR Code scan) for all those ages 12 & older
- Provide their Contact Information (name, phone number) for contact tracing purposes.
- Wear a mask for their entire visit duration
- Staff will try to accomodate all times requested, however all visitors must receive confirmation of visit time ahead of arrival.
The Museum of Health Care is wheelchair accessible via its modern tower entrance on George Street.
- The Museum sits behind an unpaved parking lot. An accessible sidewalk runs from the Museum entrance, behind the building, to the covered GIDRU lot at Kingston General Hospital.
- The public washrooms at the Museum are not fully accessible. Accessible public washrooms are located at the Kingston General Hospital.
Ann Baillie Building National Historic Site
32 George Street, Kingston, Ontario K7L 2V7
Located just steps away from City Park, adjacent to Kingston General Hospital and Queen's University!
There are multiple Kingston Transit routes which make stops near the Museum. To plan your trip, you can use the Kingston Transit Trip Planner tool.
The City of Kingston has a number of on-street and municipal parking lot options to choose from. The options closest to the Museum are paid street parking on George St. and paid waterfront parking in the lot at the base of George St.
Questions or concerns?
Please contact us at 613-548-2419 or [email protected].