The City Centre area downtown includes a variety of cafes and shops while the "Little Italy" area on Erie Street is lined with boutiques, bakeries and delis. The city comes alive after dark, as it's known for its vibrant nightlife and casino scene. On the "tamer" side, bird lovers flock to Windsor during the spring and fall to watch the many varieties of migrating birds that pass through the skies above. Exceptional lookout points include the nearby Point Pelee National Park and the Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary. The river-side area of Windsor has been developed into a lush area of parkland that offer spectacular views of the Detroit skyline, and is the city's most well known feature.
For a more quaint experience, Essex County and Pelee Island can be of interest offering many sight-seeing experiences such as wine tours (Colio Wines & Pelee Island Winery) and Point Pelee National Park, which is a 40 minute drive from Windsor to Leamington along Highway 3.
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The Museum tells the story of the Windsor area including the Aboriginal inhabitants, the early French and British settlers, immigrants of other cultures, the building of the tunnel and bridge, prohibition, the Border Cities, the automotive industry.
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They perform 7 full productions per season.
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The Art Gallery of Windsor provides visitors with a wonderful mix of historical, contemporary and educational exhibitions.
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Located at Assumption and Centennial Parks, invites you to stroll along the riverfront and experience its collection of works, unified by their differences and the richness of their multi-textured variety.
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Mackenzie Hall was built in 1855 by Alexander Mackenzie who later became Canada's second Prime Minister.
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Theatre Alive is an incorporated, non-profit community theatre organization that produces large-scale musicals at the Cleary International Centre.
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Canada South Science City promises to be one of the most exciting and challenging family and tourist attractions in Southwest Ontario.
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Ontario’s only wood carving museum, showcasing life-size Tecumseh, Cadillac (bust), traditional, contemporary, historical, wildlife carvings, “French Connection,” Noah’s Ark and artifacts.
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Raisbeck Productions provides entertainment for large or small-scale parties at a venue of your choice.
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Music Express is a dynamic, variety-style show band comprised of over forty volunteer musicians and singers from the southwestern Ontario region.
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For over 30 years, the Windsor Classic Chorale has enriched the greater Windsor area through song.
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The band continues to maintain a full schedule throughout the year with formal indoor concerts in the fall, at Christmas time, and in the spring and our summer park concert series remain very popular with the audiences.
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Share in the magic of music with the regional award winning Windsor Symphony Orchestra.
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The work of Actors Theatre of Windsor is defined and generated by the singular vision of the artists with whom we collaborate in order to entertain, move and delight.
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To preserve the past for present and future generations by collecting, restoring, maintaining and displaying modes of transportation and early ways of living in Canada South.
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