Kitchener Limos – In Kitchener Guide

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Kitchener Night Clubs

Elements – www.partytown.ca – (519) 576-6050
Club Abstract – www.clubabstract.com – (519) 571-9032
Ethel’s Lounge – www.ethelslounge.ca – (519) 725-2361
Mongolian Grill – www.mongoliangrill.com – (519) 747-4400
Caesar Martini’s – www.caesarmartinis.com – (519) 888-9459
Yuk Yuk’s Komedy Kabaret – www.yukyuks.com – (519) 893-5233
Club Renaissance – www.clubrenaissance.com – (519) 570-2406

Kitchener Attractions

Doon Heritage Crossroads
An accurate reconstruction of a turn of the century village in rural Waterloo County. Each year, it brings history to life through various demonstrations and programs.
Address: R.R. 2 Kitchener Ontario
Telephone 519 748-1914

Woodside National Historic Site
The boyhood home of Canada’s wartime prime minister, William Lyon Mackenzie King, has been restored to show the pace and style of life in the 1890’s. Many special events occur throughout the year.
William Lyon Mackenzie King was Canada’s 10th and longest serving Prime Minister. Woodside National Historic Site is an estate with over 4.65 hectares of garden and parkland for exploring and relaxing. The house has been restored to reflect life during King’s era.
Address: 528 Wellington Street North Kitchener Ontario N2H 5L5
Telephone 519 571-5684

The Children’s Museum – Kitchener
The Children’s Museum invites visitors to embark on an adventure of art and technology at play. Featuring five floors of exhibits and activities designed to educate, amaze and challenge a child’s creativity at every turn.
Address: 10 King St. W. Kitchener ON Canada N2G 1A3
Telephone 519 749-9387

Joseph Schneider Haus Museum and Gallery
Built in 1820, Joseph Schneider Haus is Kitchener’s oldest Mennonite homestead. It’s been authentically restored to circa 1850 and shows the area’s pioneer heritage.

J. Steckle Heritage Homestead
A non-profit, community-based agency dedicated to providing agricultural, educational, and recreational programs to the children and families within our community. The Homestead is a registered, charitable corporation situated on a 15.6 acre designated heritage property in the City of Kitchener. We provide youth with the opportunity to enjoy a valuable environmental experience, while providing a unique insight into the lives of the early settlers of Waterloo Region.
address: 811 Bleams Road, pioneer tower, Kitchener, ON N2E 3X4
Phone: 519-748-4690
E-mail: info@stecklehomestead.ca

Pioneer Tower Historic Site
Constructed in 1925-1926, the Pioneer Tower was designed by Toronto based architect William Langton. It serves as a memorial to the Mennonite-German pioneers who first migrated to the area in 1800.

Joseph Schneider Haus Museum and Gallery
This community museum situated in downtown Kitchener. A Georgian frame farmhouse is located here, which was built by Joseph Schneider, one of the area’s first pioneers in 1816. Also on site are exhibit galleries, an artifact vault and also a resource library. There are programs featured and special events take place during the year.
Address: 466 Queen Street South Kitchener ON Canada N2G 1W7
Telephone 519 742-7752

The Centre in the Square
This performing arts venue features excellent acoustics in an eye-catching structure. Performances include comedy shows, theatre productions, concerts and family programs. The Centre is home to the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery as well as the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.
Address: 101 Queen Street North Kitchener