This summer, fall in love as City Hall features 36 Questions that Lead to Loving Kingston exhibition

July 4, 2023

The Market Wing Cultural Space, located within Kingston City Hall, has been injected with colour and fun this summer as part of the 36 Questions that Lead to Loving Kingston exhibition that invites visitors to participate in a transformative journey of (self-)discovery and community connection.

This interactive and fully bilingual exhibition, designed to build a closer relationship between residents and their city, promises to reveal hidden insights, offer surprises and celebrate all the things that make Kingston unique.

“36 Questions that Lead to Loving Kingston offers an immersive experience that leads visitors through an increasingly in-depth and intimate exploration of their connection to Kingston,” says Melissa Cruise, Supervisor, Museum Operations and Collections, City of Kingston. “Whether you have lived in Kingston your entire life, have recently moved or are just visiting, this exhibition offers a gateway to discovering Kingston and all its many facets.”

Moving through a series of six stations, visitors are encouraged to have fun, get deep and be honest about what they love about Kingston as well as the challenges they face. The exhibition evolves and changes based on the number of participants, so people are invited to take this unique opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings to learn more about themselves and their city as well as about their family, friends, colleagues, neighbours and even visitors to Kingston.

The 36 Questions that Lead to Loving Kingston exhibition will be open to the public starting today in the Market Wing Cultural Space of Kingston City Hall, 216 Ontario St., and Mondays through Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Visit for more details.

This exhibition was originated by Myseum of Toronto and was on view from March 19 to Dec. 23, 2022. It has been adapted for Kingston with permission and with the input of Myseum of Toronto staff.