Type of Activity
FORT MALDEN NATIONAL HISTORICAL SITE OF CANADA
A key British defensive post during the War of 1812 and the Rebellion of 1837, Fort Malden commemorates a period when the destiny of Canada was determined by military action with original earthworks and a restored barrack.
NORTH AMERICAN BLACK HISTORICAL MUSEUM
In the Town of Amherstburg, discover Black history in thought provoking exhibits and story-soaked surroundings, an integral part of the underground railroad.
These gardens offer a stunning landscape of flowers with a picturesque view of the Detroit skyline. It was named for members of the Essex Scottish Regiment killed during the landing in Dieppe, France in 1942.
ODETTE SCULPTURE PARK
Over 30 sculptures are on display in Assumption and Centennial Park along the waterfront. The Canadian Sculpture Society recognizes Windsor as Canada's Sculpture Capital.
Stroll through breathtaking sunken gardens and reflecting pool with an experimental rose garden, featuring dozens of prized and rare rose varieties.
COVENTRY GARDENS & PEACE FOUNTAIN
The park is located minutes away from our city centre on the waterfront. The spectacular Peace Fountain sits in a specially landscaped alcove on the Detroit River and operates from the end of May to mid-October.
CANADIAN CLUB DISTILLERY
Tours of the historic distillery are open to the public year round and last approximately one hour. View historical buildings and see how Canada's #1 selling Canadian Whiskey is produced.
Built in 1904–1906 in Tudor-Jacobean style of English Manor homes, this 36-room home was designed by famous art deco architect Albert Kahn. It includes a great hall, drawing room and a white Carrara marble fireplace with silver sinks in the butler's pantry.
It was built in 1855 by Alexander Mackenzie who became Canada's second Prime Minister. The original furnishings are still in use with contemporary additions. Group tours and bookings available
COLASANTI’S TROPICAL GARDENS
A 3.5 acre greenhouse with an indoor petting zoo, exotic birds and reptile exhibit, mini golf and restaurant.
JACK MINER MIGRATORY BIRD SANCTUARY
Created in 1904, this world-famous sanctuary was made for conservation of migrating wild ducks and Canada Geese. It is located in Kingsville and is open Monday through Sunday.
Walkerville Brewery is a well appointed microbrewery located in the City of Windsor in a historic district known by locals as Walkerville. The 25 hectolitre brew house occupies an 18,000 square foot building which includes a Tap Room, Retail Shoppe and Beer Store. Group tours and bookings available.
ART GALLERY OF WINDSOR
The Art Gallery of Windsor collects, conserves, interprets, and presents Canadian art. It is a place to view significant works of art by local, regional, and national artists; a place to see what Canadians have been making and thinking about for longer than Canada has been a country.
ARTS COUNCIL WINDSOR AND REGION
The Arts Council Windsor and Region is a non-profit organization that enriches the quality of life for all by strengthening the arts and the community through leadership, education and promotion. The ACWR produces a community calendar on its website that includes all activities arts and culture related within Windsor and Essex County. The calendar is a fantastic resource for locals and visitors to Windsor to discover the events of Windsor's amazing arts and culture scene. View Community Calendar