Windsor The Essential
Interesting
Like its American twin city on the north side of the Detroit River, the city of Windsor is associated in most people's minds with automobile manufacturing. In addition, Windsor's enviable location as a seaport and railway hub close to major US cities has contributed to making it one of Canada's busiest ports of entry. Although an industrial city, Windsor retains greenery and livable neighbourhoods as well as a respected university, lively cultural institutions, parks and historic sites.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Windsor
Point Pelee National Park
Point Pelee National Park
Situated on a pointed peninsula
240 minutes
Dieppe Gardens
Dieppe Gardens
The outstanding attraction of this park,
60 minutes
Art Gallery of Windsor
Art Gallery of Windsor
Displays from the gallery's permanent
90 minutes
Fort Malden National Historic Site
Fort Malden National Historic Site
This fort, built by the British at the
60 minutes
Jack Miner's Bird Sanctuary
Jack Miner's Bird Sanctuary
Founded by conservationist Jack Miner
90 minutes