Windsor Tourism 

The City of Windsor, one of Ontario’s best kept secrets, and the proud International Gateway between Canada and the United States of America is an incredible community that offers world-class entertainment, fascinating historical and cultural landmarks, and unparalleled waterfront parks and gardens. Here, visitors will find a city committed to being a creative and vibrant destination that encourages artistic expression and celebrates our cultural identity and diversity. Whether you are interested in intellectual and artistic experiences, or the very best recreational and heritage exploration opportunities, Windsor has it all.

Visit our waterfront to journey through the Windsor Sculpture Park – an outdoor collection of larger-than-life sculptures. Seek out murals spread throughout our community depicting stories of our past. See the world-class collection housed in the Art Gallery of Windsor, and the historically significant collection in the Chimczuk Museum. Take in a theatre performance at locations across the city, or spend some time at a riverfront festival. Experience a sporting event or entertainment production at the WFCU Centre. Take the time to enjoy countless culinary options that truly reflect our ethnic diversity. Our partners at Tourism Windsor Essex Pelée Island point out that history is everywhere here. Explore our historic Willistead Manor and Mackenzie Hall, or examine our proud heritage as the birthplace of the auto industry in Canada.

We offer the very best in recreational and outdoor activities. Dive into our new, state-of-the-art family aquatic complex – home of the Adventure Bay Family Water Park and the Windsor International Aquatic & Training Centre (both presented by WFCU Credit Union). Windsor is home to 215 parks encompassing 2,800 acres of green space. Stop to explore the Ojibway Nature Centre, and the spectacular views along our waterfront. Your options are endless.

Tourism plays a big part in Windsor’s economy, as it is home to numerous fabulous attractions. Book your tickets online or just wonder through the website below to find reviews and photos of Windsor’s top tourist attractions.


Regional Highlights

From cycling to birding, our region is wide open with outdoor adventures and recreational activities. Pedal along our scenic waterfront trail or, if horsepower is more your speed, rev it up and kick it into gear down one of our winding motorcycle routes. Don’t forget to look up because our region is also a top birding hotspot, with over 370 species of rare and migratory birds flocking here each spring 
and fall. If you prefer tees over tweets, take a swing at one of our spectacular championship golf courses. Or, if you’re angling for great sport fishing, cast your line and reel in some of our abundant Muskie, Walleye, Bass and Yellow Perch. Explore our natural wonders with an eco-tourism excursion, such as hiking through the lush Carolinian forests, wetlands and savannahs at Point Pelée National Park, or take the short ferry ride to Pelée Island, an oasis of calm and beauty amid Lake Erie.
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Point Pelée National Park

Point Pelée National Park is a national park in Essex County in southwestern Ontario, Canada where it extends into Lake Erie. The word pelée is French for ‘bald’. Point Pelée consists of a peninsula of land, mainly of marsh and woodland habitats, that tapers to a sharp point as it extends into Lake Erie. Middle Island, also part of Point Pelée National Park, was acquired in 2000 and is just north of the Canada–United States border in Lake Erie. Point Pelée is the southernmost point of mainland Canada, and is located on a foundation of glacial sand, silt and gravel that bites into Lake Erie. This spit of land is slightly more than seven kilometres long by 4.5 kilometers wide at its northern base. Established in 1918, Point Pelée was the first national park in Canada to be established for conservation. It was designated as a Ramsar site on 27 May 1987.

Tourism Information Centre Locations

Please feel free to contact any of our Tourism Information Centres listed below where our friendly staff are standing by to share all that our region has to offer.

General Inquiries and Visitor Services:

333 Riverside Dr. W., Suite 103 Windsor, ON N9A7C5


Phone: 519.255.6530
Toll Free: 1.800.265.3633
Office Hours: 
Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

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