Explore our university
See our campus for yourself. Explore our historic buildings, contemporary centres of art and culture, classrooms, residences, and much more.
The best way to get to know Queen’s is by coming to visit. Explore our historic buildings, attend cultural events, and spend some time in our distinguished museums, archives, and galleries.
Travelling as a person with a disability can require a lot of planning. Whether you are coming to Queen's University for a tour, Homecoming, or a convocation ceremony we have many resources to help provide an accessible visit.
Kingston attractions and events
Looking for things to do in Kingston during your visit? Find more about accommodations, food, attractions, and events.
Paid underground parking
Paid underground parking for visitors to the main campus of Queen's University is available in the parking garage located at the corner of University Avenue and Stuart Street (enter from Stuart Street) as well as the Queen’s Centre parking garage (enter from Division Street).
On street pay-and-display parking
The City of Kingston provides metered pay-and-display parking along many streets in the area.
Parking permits are required for all Queen's surface lots and Queen's designated on-street permit parking spots from 7 am – 4 pm Monday through Friday inclusive (but not statutory holidays). The lot behind McLaughlin Hall requires a permit 24 hours per day all year.
Limited free parking is also available along some city streets (with time restrictions). Use of permit parking spaces is also allowed after designated hours (some restrictions apply).