Explore Windsor ONTARIO

Windsor Ontario is one of Canada's most southerly towns. Windsor tourist attractions include Caesars Windsor, a lively downtown, Little Italy, the Art Gallery of Windsor, the Odette Sculpture Park, and Ojibway Park. Windsor's nickname is the "Rose City" or the "City of Roses" and the city is noted for the several large parks and gardens found on its waterfront. The Queen Elizabeth II Sunken Garden is located at Jackson Park in the central part of the city.

Each summer, Windsor co-hosts the two-week-long Windsor-Detroit International Freedom Festival, which culminates in a gigantic fireworks display that celebrates Canada Day and US Independence Day. The fireworks display is among the world's largest and is held on the final Wednesday in June over the Detroit River between the two downtowns. Each year, the event attracts over a million spectators to both sides of the riverfront.

Not far from Windsor you will find the beauty and peaceful atmosphere of Peele and Essex regions. This region is home to several thriving wineries, collectively known as the Lake Erie North Shore & Pelee Island Wine Route, and harvest is the perfect time to enjoy their tours and tastings. While driving the wine route you will have opportunity to stop at the many local roadside stands to enjoy farm fresh fruits, vegetables, maple syrup, honey and flowers. Stop at Jones Popcorn outside of Leamington to pick up the fixings for your next movie night!

Useful Windsor ONTARIO Links

The City of Windsor

Caesars Casino

Windsor Ontario Chamber of Commerce

Downtown Windsor

Chrysler Theatre

Windsor River Cruises

The Art Gallery of Windsor

Visit Windsor Essex

Science City