Sure, The Windsor Inn on the River Bed and Breakfast is handy to the casinos (here), or to catching The Tigers at Comerica Park (here), or to Windsor's award-winning dining establishments (here), or to "science centers IMAX'd to the limit" (here), but there's so much more to do during your stay with us....
You're just across the drive from the eastern startup point of a 12 mile riverfront path - through green parks, and under the shadow of Detroit's skyline, racing along with intern'l shipping vessels just over the rail, through sculpture gardens - all the while tracing an international boundary line, until you reach The Ambassador Bridge. (Download map here in Acrobat® format)
The Capitol Theatre
A Robert Adam Empire-style theatre built in 1919 and beautifully retored in 1993 into a unique performing arts venue. See "..what's playing at The Capitol?.." here while you'll be with us.
The Fisher Theatre
First-run Broadway road productions in Detroit's art deco jewel. See what's playing at "The Fisher" here.
The Purple Theatre Company at Windsor's Mackenzie Hall
Locally written & locally produced - experience totally Windsor performing art - see what's playing during their 10th season here.
The Great Outdoors:
Point Pelee National Park
Canada's most southern national park - see why it's a mecca for bird watchers, and a magical delight during butterfly migation or just experience flora and fauna unique in Canada. Find out what you can experience while you're with us here.
The Ojibway Nature Centre
Windsor's climate leaves us with a myriad of protected rare plants, orchids, prairie grass and animal species - spend a day in Canada's Motor City, like you never expected. (here).
The Visual Arts:
The Art Gallery of Windsor
Born during WWII in the manor home of Canadian Club's® distiller, now beautifully housed on the riverfront - a place to view important works of art by local, regional, and national artists and a place to see what Canadians have been making and thinking about for longer than Canada has been a country! See what's showing here while you're in town with us.
The Detroit Institute of Arts
From the Rodin on the front lawn of this beautiful Beaux-Art building, to Van Gogh's most famous "Self-Portrait" inside, to those famous Diego Rivera frescos which caused Henry Ford to blow a gasket, visit truly one of the world's hallmark art institutes while you're here - one of the largest, most significant collections on the continent. Check out what they'll be exhibiting while you're with us here.
From the waterfront Civic Terrace & Festival Plaza and beyond, see what's happening while you're in town here.
Experience the hospitality of the North Shore Lake Erie wine country; tour production facilities; sample the wines; attend a wine appreciation seminar; take the hydrofoil (or enjoy the ferry ride) over to Canada's most southern winery - download brochure in Acrobat® format here.
Check out more attractions in the Windsor-Essex County area here