Getting people and products from point A to point B is something Windsor/Essex boasts an expert knowledge of. We host transportation and aircraft museums that showcase the integral relationship our region has had in bringing locomotion to the entire planet. Learn the history of the massive effort our region put forward in giving the world the power to move.
This museum promotes the preservation of rare, classic and antique vehicles and other historical artifacts from the area. It is a pioneer village situated on a 100-acre site and emphasizes the history and heritage of Windsor and Essex County.
The CH2A is home to Windsor's own Lancaster bomber and Mosquito KB161. Experience history, both the reliving of it and the making of it. The CH2A has maintained a fleet of flyable historic aircraft for over 15 years!
Ford City was a community founded by the Ford Motor Company in the early 1900s as a separate company town where Ford had a big plant at the corner of Riverside Drive and Drouillard Road, which at one point employed 14,000 people. Check out Ford City Walking Tour to learn more.
Experience our past motorized history at the largest steam engine museum in Ontario. The museum has small engines, tractors, steam engines and some farming equipment on display. One can see first hand the evolution over time.
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