The Museum of Health Care brings Canada’s healthcare story to life by connecting visitors with the experiences of people in the past to provide context and perspective on today’s health issues.
Housed in the Ann Baillie Building, National Historic Site, the Museum is home to Canada’s largest collection of artifacts related to the history of healthcare. Visitors can explore exhibits that feature fascinating (and sometimes strange!) artifacts and stories that highlight the history of vaccines, nursing, x-rays, quack medicine and so much more! Indoor and outdoor guided tours that are appropriate for all ages are offered throughout the season. An interactive children’s gallery, craft station and scavenger hunt available for the young—or young at heart.
Tickets for walking tours are not included with admission and must be booked in advance. Situated on the grounds of Canada’s oldest public hospital, just steps from Kingston’s beautiful waterfront, experience wonder and discovery at the Museum of Health Care.
General Admission is included in K-Pass.
32 George St.
Trolley Stop #9