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Doors Open Windsor

Saturday, September 22 to Sunday, September 23

Cost: Free
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Stunning architecture, sacred spaces, buildings which have been given new life, museums and places that tell us about the history of our community are all featured in this family friendly event. Doors Open Windsor is an initiative to open up buildings that would not normally be accessible to the public. All access to buildings during this event are FREE of charge. Enjoy the differences in architecture, places of worship, and workplaces many different buildings. This celebration of our built heritage comes around every other year, so don’t miss it!

Enjoy FREE ADMISSION to the following sites:

Bedford United Church – 3340 Sandwich Street on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm

The Capitol Theatre – 121 University Avenue West on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm

Hindu Temple and Cultural Centre Windsor – 7007 Enterprise Way on Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

François Baby House – 254 Pitt Street West  on Saturday September 22 10am – 5pm and Sunday September 23 11am – 5pm

Chimczuk Museum – 401 Riverside Drive West on Saturday September 22 10am – 5pm and Sunday September 23 11am – 5pm

Canadian Historical Aircraft Association – 104-2600 Airport Road on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm and Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

McGregor Cowan House – 3118 Sandwich Street on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm

Duff Baby Mansion – 221 Mill Street Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

Olde Walkerville Theatre – 1564 Wyandotte Street East on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm and Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

Reseau Du Patrimoine Franco – Ontarien (RPFO) Pionniere Du Sud-Ouest – 940 Prince Road Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm

St. John’s Anglican Church and Churchyard – 3305 Sandwich Street on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm

Willistead Manor, Coach House and Gate House – 1899 Niagara Street on Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

Windsor International Aquatic Centre – 401 Pitt Street West on Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

Church of the Ascension – 1385 University Avenue West on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm

Mackenzie Hall – 3277 Sandwich Street on Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

Devonshire Road Guided Walking Tour – Devonshire Road and Assumption Street on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm and Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

Downtown Mission Wellness Centre and Do Good Deli – 664 Victoria Avenue on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm

Film Camp for Kids and Youth – 586 Ouellette Avenue on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm and Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

Ford City Guided Walking Tour – Drouillard Road and Richmond Street on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm and Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

Hiram Walker and Sons Ltd. – 2072 Riverside Drive East on Saturday September 22 11am – 4pm and Sunday September 23 11am – 4pm

HMCS Hunter Naval Reserve Division – 90 Mill Street on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm

John McGivney Children’s Centre – 3945 Matchette Road on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm and Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

New Song Church – 999 Drouillard Road on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm and Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

Sandwich Towne Guided Walking Tour – Sandwich Street and Mill Street on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm and Sunday September 22 10am – 4pm

University of Windsor Archives, Rare Books and Special Collections – 401 Sunset Avenue on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm

University of Windsor School of Creative Arts – 37 University Avenue East on Sunday September 23 10am – 4pm

Walkerville Brewery – 525 Argyle Road on Sunday September 23 11am – 4pm

Windsor Club – 2072 Riverside Drive East on Sunday September 23 10am -4pm

Windsor Islamic Association – 1320 Northwood on Saturday September 22 10am – 5pm and Sunday September 23 10am – 5pm

Border City Boxing and Family Fitness Centre – 1072 Drouillard Road on Saturday 10am – 4pm

CBC Radio Canada – 825 Riverside Drive West on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm

St. John the Divine Orthodox Church – 1094 Drouillard Road on Saturday September 22 10am – 4pm

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