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Settled in 1783 by Loyalists at the end of the American Revolution, Kingston Peninsula became a historic district with 5 historic buildings.
Trinity Anglican Church dated 1789, and its rectory dated 1788 (National Historic Sites of Canada)
MacDonald Consolidated School dated 1910,
Union House dated 1788
Carter House dated 1810.
A popular attraction in town is the Kingston Peninsula Farmers Market, bringing people from all over.
Also known for being an example of rural villaes, being the last few representing the Rural Loayalist architecture. They share these tradtions in spiritual, commercial and educational practices to the surrounding area since the 1780s.