You can practically time travel in beautiful Amherstburg. Watch centuries-old traditions re-enacted before your eyes, or stand on battlements of a defence fortification dating back to 1795.
A chief entry point into Canada for those escaping slavery, Amherstburg holds museums that are recognized globally for their deep importance to world history. You can even investigate a home used by Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, and his family in 1848.
140 Richmond St., Amherstburg, ON, N9V 1G4
This beautifully restored Michigan Central RR Station, ca 1896, showcases local artists, photographers and travelling exhibits. The Artisan Shoppe…