We are dedicated to the preservation of history.

See for yourself by visiting John R. Park Homestead and Conservation Area. John and Amelia Park built a classical revival home in 1842, which has been meticulously restored to bring the history of the 19th century farm experience into the arms of the present. John R. Park Homestead and Conservation Area offers family-friendly activities and hands-on learning experiences about pioneer life.

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Bedford United Church of Canada

Bedford United Church was made famous by the gun-toting Methodist Minister “The Fighting Parson” during the days of Prohibition…

Buxton Museum

Buxton National Site & Historic Museum

“There are signs of industry and thrift and comfort, everywhere; signs of intemperance, of idleness, of want, nowhere. There is no tavern and no groggery; but there is a chapel and a schoolhouse. Most interesting of all…

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Canadian Historical Aircraft Association

The Canadian Historical Aircraft Association was officially incorporated as a non-profit organization in March, 1995…

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Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village

Canadian Transportation Museum and Heritage Village promotes the preservation of rare, classic and antique vehicles and other historical artifacts from the area…

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Chatham-Kent Black History Society

The Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society is a non-profit registered charity, which was founded in 1992 and incorporated in 1994…

Essex County Steam & Gas Engine Museum

Guided Tours through the museum teaches our past motorized history. We have old small engines, tractors, steam engines and some farming equipment on display…

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Essex Railway Station

The Essex Railway Station is a historical site which has been restored to the 1907 era. The Station houses a gift shop offering souvenirs, gifts…

Fort Malden National Historic Site

Fort Malden National Historic Site Fort Malden was an army garrison, British Indian Department post, dockyard for the Upper Great Lakes and the meeting place for Chief Tecumseh and British General Brock. Fort Malden preserves elements of the second fort…

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Gibson Gallery

Built in 1896, this beautifully restored Michigan Central RR Station showcases local artists, photographers and travelling exhibits…

Jack Miner

Upon the death of Jack Miner in 1944, Canada had the desire to create a perpetual memorial to honour him for his pioneer work in wildlife conservation…


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333 Riverside Drive West, Suite 103
Windsor, Ontario N9A 7C5
Toll Free: 1.800.265.3633
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