Windsor River Cruises (http://www.windsorrivercruises.com). Offers sightseeing cruises of the
Detroit River, lunch and dinner cruises as well as a day tour of the nearby town of Amherstburg which
run every Wednesday.
Windsor Riverfront: Extends along the shore of the Detroit River, with kilometers of walking
and biking trails through beautiful green space and gardens, and a great view of the city of Detroit.
Point Pelee National Park (http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/on/pelee/index.aspx). Located
50 km (30 miles) south-east of Windsor, Ontario, Point Pelee National Park is one of Canada's smallest
national parks, and yet this tiny green oasis attracts approximately 300 000 visitors each year.
- Pelee Island (http://www.pelee.org). Pelee Island is the most southern point in Canada, and is situated
at the Canada/USA boundary between Sandusky, Ohio and Windsor/Essex County, Ontario. Very scenic,
with many walking and biking trails. Highlights of the Island include the Pelee Island Winery and the
Heritage Centre. How to get there: The Pelee Island Transportation Company services the Island from
mid-March until Mid-December, offering vehicle and transportation services on its two ferries, with
departures at Leamington from mid-March until the end of July.
Directions to the Ferry docks: From the West: Windsor and Western USA
Take Huron Church Road from Windsor or from the Ambassador Bridge.
Follow this for 10 kilometres to the 401 junction and take Highway 3 East towards Leamington.
For Leamington ferry docks: Follow Hwy 3 east to Hwy 77, turning south (RIGHT).
The road ends at the ferry docks.
Fort Malden National Historic Site of Canada (http://www.pc.gc.ca/lhn-nhs/on/malden/
index.aspx). Fortifications at Fort Malden have witnessed and participated in the struggles which helped
forge a new nation. An army garrison, British Indian Department post, dockyard for the Upper Great
Lakes and the meeting place for Chief Tecumseh and British General Brock. The fort has been all these
over the past 200 years. Today, Fort Malden preserves elements of the second fort built by the British on
the eastern bank of the Detroit River to defend the Canadian border from American attack in the first half
of the 19th century.
Art Gallery of Windsor (http://www.artgalleryofwindsor.com). Open from Wednesday to
Sunday, with free admission.
Carrousel Around the City (http://www.carrouselofnations.ca). Carrousel Villages offer visitors
unique opportunities to explore the Windsor Region’s cultural diversity. Over the weekends of June 15-17
and 22-24, 2012, ethno-cultural groups open their cultural centres in celebration of their country. Visitors
can delight in the tastes, sounds and traditions of these cultures as they present the greatest music, dance,
history, art, and especially the food of their country.
Canadian Club Whisky Heritage Center Tour (http://www.canadianclubwhisky.com/
home.aspx#/?page=heritage_center) One hour guided tour of the Brand Center features turn-of-the-century Italian architecture, formal whisky information session and tasting, complimentary C.C. souvenir,
film of whisky making process, and a visit to our Canadian art gallery with original works from the Group