Ford City BIA and Murals

Drouillard Road, Windsor, ON

Today Ford City is a revitalized and vibrant community with successful businesses and active associations, thanks to redevelopment…

Fort Malden National Historic Site

100 Laird Avenue South, Amherstburg, ON, N9V 272

Fort Malden National Historic Site is currently closed for the season, and will reopen in Spring 2019. Fort…

John Freeman Walls Historic Site and Underground Railroad Museum

859 Puce Rd, Lakeshore, ON, N0R 1A7

The John Freeman Walls Historic Site is family owned and operated. Meet descendants of the Underground Railroad as…

Mackenzie Hall Cultural Centre

Art. Culture. Heritage. Wellness. Find it all. Find it here. Originally a 19th century district courthouse and gaol…

Museum Windsor – Chimczuk Museum

401 Riverside Dr. W., Windsor, Ontario, N9A 7J1

Windsor’s premier museum destination houses permanent exhibits on the history of the Windsor area, the Original People’s Culture…

Museum Windsor – Duff-Baby Interpretation Centre

221 Mill St. W. in Sandwich Town, Windsor, Ontario, N9C 2R1

The oldest house in Windsor, built in 1798 on the south shore of the Detroit River in Sandwich,…

Museum Windsor – Maison Francois Baby House

254 Pitt St. W., Windsor, Ontario, N9A 5L5

The historic house, built by François Baby, is designated as a National Historic Site of Canada, and now features…

Park House Museum

214 Dalhousie St., Amherstburg, Ontario, N9V 1W4

The Park House is a year round museum that provides curriculum based programming and caters to the needs…

Sandwich First Baptist Church

3652 Peter Street, Windsor, Ontario, N9C 1J7

Sandwich First Baptist Church is the oldest active black church in Canada. A group of former slaves, led…

Willistead Manor

1899 Niagara St Windsor, Ontario,, Windsor, Ontario, N8Y 1K3

Willistead Manor is a 36-room mansion nestled within a 15-acre park, that offers gracious accommodations for weddings, receptions,…

Puce River Black Community Cemetery

972-1100 County Road 42, Lakeshore, Ontario, N0R 1C0

While the first Blacks arrived in the Puce River area during the 1830s, the community owed its existence…

Tower of Freedom Underground Railroad Monument

Created by sculptor Ed Dwight and donated to the City of Windsor by Caesars Windsor in 2001 during…

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