Prohibition Our History pours from this place It has been estimated that as much as 75% of the alcohol consumed in America was transported on waterways between Windsor and Detroit during the prohibition era. Explore our rum-running past with spectacular award-winning tours, historical sites and our very own distillery district.

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J.P. Wiser’s Experience Centre

2072 Riverside Drive East, Windsor, ON

Due to the current public health crisis, the J.P. Wiser’s Experience Centre remains closed to the public and…

Mackenzie Hall Cultural Centre

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

The Rum Runners Tour

1495 Tecumseh Rd. E, Windsor, Ontario

If you think you know the story of prohibition, think again… Go back in time to the Roaring…

Willistead Manor

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

Willistead Manor is a beautiful historic property—used by many to host lovely events.  The Covid-19 pandemic has increased…

Bedford United Church of Canada

3340 Sandwich St, Windsor, ON, N9C 1B1

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

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