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Entertainment & Nightlife


The Windsor-Essex nightlife scene is as exciting or laid-back as you want it to be. You call the shots: whether it be a local brewery for a few post-dinner pints, a chic lounge for a specialty cocktail, or cutting up the dancefloor at a nightclub? You’ll find the city’s live music scene offers everything from country, to old-fashioned  rock ‘n roll or jazz performed by local artist favourites. Feeling lucky?  Check out the slots and gaming tables at Caesars Windsor or walk home with the jackpot from one of our local bingo halls.

Windsor Rock Gym

1215 Walker Road, Windsor, ONT


Windsor Rock Gym is the city's only purpose built climbing facility located in historic Walkerville.  Our gym has something for everyone -- whether you are brand new to the climbing scene or a seasoned veteran.  We were designed specifically for bouldering, with quality route setting, tons of holds and varied climbing terrain. 

Art Gallery of Windsor

401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, ONT


ChimCzuk Museum

401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, ONT


This premier museum houses permanent exhibits on the history of the Windsor area, the Original People’s
Culture and Legacy, and the development of the City; a state-of-the-art Children’s Gallery, and temporary exhibitions. Adults(18+) $5; Students (3-24) / Seniors (60+) $4; Family $15.

Colasanti's Tropical Gardens

1550 County Road 3 East, Kingsville, ONT


A tropical wonderland of exotic birds, home grown, tropical plants, small produce market, domestic and miniature animals, kids rides, home decor shopping and a restaurant. Situated on 35 acres, 3.5 acres which is indoors in Ruthven, Ontario.

Colosseum Caesars Windsor

377 Riverside Drive East, Windsor, ONT

519-258-7878 / 1-800-991-7777

Enjoy spectacular entertainment at our 5,000-seat theatre with world-famous performers

Duff Baby House

221 Mill Street West, Windsor, ONT


Located beside the historic Duff-Baby House (built in 1798 and named for owners Alexander Duff and James Baby) in Sandwich Town, the Duff-Baby Interpretation Centre is open by appointment only, and for special programs throughout the year.

Fort Malden National Historic Site

100 Laird Avenue S., Amherstburg, ONT


Fort Malden National Historic Site preserves the remnants of the second British fort built in Amherstburg, Ontario. The first, Fort Amherstburg, was established here, near the mouth of the Detroit River in 1796. It was a centre of British operations during the War of 1812 and was destroyed by the British when they were forced to retreat in September 1813.

Francois Baby House

254 Pitt Street West, Windsor, ONT


The historic house, built by François Baby, is designated as a National Historic Site of Canada, and now features permanent galleries on Windsor’s French Roots, the War of 1812, and the Battle of Windsor.

Gibson Gallery

140 Richmond Street, Amherstburg, ONT


Located in South Western  Ontario's  Historic Town of Amherstburg along the Detroit River, is a center for Art and Craft. Our facility, the former Michigan Central Railroad Station, built in 1896, is a "state of the art" Art Gallery. 

Jackson Park

125 Tecumseh Road East, Windsor, ONT


Jackson Park, with its more than 10,000 plants, is undoubtedly one of Windsor’s foremost attractions. Visitors to the Queen Elizabeth II Sunken Gardens can enjoy the flowers of the season: hundreds of tulips in May, followed by the abundance of summer perennials and lush annual. The park features some of the most magnificent formal gardens and fountains in Windsor. Jackson Park is also a well-equipped, popular sports park with lawn bowling, baseball diamonds, soccer field and basketball court.

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