377 Riverside Drive East, Windsor, ON
Players can challenge their skills at their favorite games of chance with more than 80 table games at Caesars Windsor where the adrenaline always runs on high. The central table games area is located on the main level under a stunning canopy inspired by ancient Roman temples. Placed in a circular layout, it features a selection of the most popular games including Blackjack, Roulette, Mini Baccarat, Craps, Caribbean Stud Poker®, Let It Ride®, Three Card Poker®, Four Card Poker®, and Pai Gow Poker.
The stakes are high, but so are the rewards in the VIP room located steps from the action on the main floor. Wagering can rise upwards of $50,000 on any given night. This semi-private gaming area offers a wide variety of tables such as Blackjack, Baccarat, Midi Baccarat, Single Zero Roulette, Pai Gow Poker, and Craps. A casino within a casino, it features a circular bar, private redemption window and a Host stand.
The popularity of poker continues at an all-time high in the Caesars Windsor poker room. Located on the second floor, players can ante up at one of 14 tables for an exciting game of Texas Hold 'Em, Omaha and Seven-Card Stud. Tournaments are available for players to win big and take home a lucrative pot. Tables start at a $1 to $2 game, up to unlimited amounts. For player convenience, cocktail service and a cashier station are available in this spacious room.
Slot machine gaming is action-packed at Caesars Windsor where with the pull of a handle, pennies can turn into thousands of dollars and ones into millions. More than 2,300 machines featuring the hottest titles in gaming are spread over 100,000 square feet on two spacious gaming floors. Players can choose from a wide variety of reel or video slots, multi-line progressives, multi-property jackpots, video poker and interactive community games. Denominations range from 1¢ to $100. With machine ticketing, cashing out couldn't be easier. The High-Limit area, located on the main gaming floor, offers slot machines ranging from $1 to $100 per play.
Windsor International Airport
| 5 Miles
Unit #200 3200 County Road 42, Windsor, ON N8V 0A1
The Windsor International Airport is your one-stop connection to any place you want to go.
For hassle-free travel, there's nothing more convenient than Windsor International Airport. Whether you're headed on a short business trip, a weekend getaway, or a globe-trotting adventure, YQG has everything you will need to make your journey more pleasant.
Just minutes from downtown Detroit, and a short drive from London and Toronto, the recently expanded terminal has an all-new 10,000 square foot lounge area, onsite Canada Customs, and frequent service to Toronto with easy connections to Air Canada's worldwide network. Start your holiday getaway at YQG with flights and vacation packages to a sunny destination in Cuba on Sunwing Airlines. Travel direct to Calgary with seasonal daily service on WestJet. Travel daily to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport on Porter Airlines.
Let us help you make stressful travel a thing of the past. With our easily accessible central location, quick, close parking and congestion-free terminal, getting from A to B is a tropical breeze.
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8787 McHugh Street, Windsor, ON N8S 0A1
Windsor's newest and largest multi-purpose sport and entertainment complex, home to the OHL's Windsor Spitfires and other events such as concerts, family shows and trade & consumer shows. Cirque Du Soleil was held here in November of 2010. The Community Centre boasts three regulation ice pads used for public skating, local hockey leagues, figure skating and other ice sports. A regulation size sports gym, leisure gym and reception hall as well as various meeting rooms and program rooms, are also present. A few events coming in 2012 are: Cirque Du Soleil Quidam; Harlem Globetrotters; Hedley; SkateCanada International 2012; SkateCanada Synchronized Skating Championships; World Under 17 Hockey Challenge.
The Mitchell family warmly welcomes you to visit for a sample of handcrafted 100% Ontario VQA wines at their lakefront destination winery. The stunning retail centre is located on a picturesque property surrounded by ponds, vineyards, gardens and a sandy beach on Lake Erie. Purchase our delicious picnic baskets (May-Oct.) and soak in the setting with a glass of our wine. Enjoy live entertainment, cooking demonstrations and light appetizers every Sunday from 12-4 p.m. Providing a unique experience for everyone that joins us, we always strive to make your time with us memorable in our warm and elegant surroundings.
The John Freeman Walls Historic Site and Underground Railroad Museum is family owned and operated. When visiting this unique tourist attraction, you will meet descendants of the Underground Railroad and conductors (tour guides) who will take their passengers (you) on an interactive trip back into time. The focal point of the visit is a log cabin, built in 1846 by an escaped slave named John Freeman Walls and his wife Jane King Walls, who rest in the family cemetery on this property. The property is now an educational field studies destination and tourist attraction, and was a favorite place of solitude for the late Mrs. Rosa Parks.
Known as the “Father of Conservation,” Jack Miner introduced bird banding to trace migratory periods of waterfowl. Visitors are always welcome at the sanctuary and museum, located about 30 minutes from Windsor and Detroit; admission is free. You can watch the capture, banding and release, which is done late in the afternoon with a spring-loaded net that is instantly flung over a pond popular with the birds.
Originally a 19th century district courthouse and gaol (jail), Mackenzie Hall is now the Cultural Centre for the City of Windsor, with performing arts space, theatre, art galleries, meeting facilities and a ballroom for private rentals and special events. Opportunities for group historical tours, delightful group show packages and excellent dedicated catering services are available.
Ambassador Golf Club is the region’s Premiere Public Golf and Banquet Facility. The Thomas McBroom designed course has been recognized as both a “Top 25 you can play” and a “Top Bang for your Buck” in Ontario. Our banquet facilities and restaurant, the Tuscan Grill, feature fresh creations of Chef Daniele Palanca. All of this, combined with a bright, modern clubhouse, makes Ambassador the complete premiere destination for your golf and dining pleasure.
The relaxing atmosphere, peaceful country setting, and a beautifully enhanced & challenging 18 hole executive course provides a gorgeous setting that wraps around the RV resort. A great snowbird location, only 25 minutes from the Windsor/Detroit Ambassador Bridge. Five-star rated. Big rigs welcome. Surrounded by great shopping, dining and area attractions. If you’re looking for a resort that delivers equal parts of life and style, we’ve got what you’re looking for!
Kingsville Golf and Country Club was founded in 1925 and to this day is one of the finest golfing facilities in the area. Located just 30 minutes from the Windsor/Detroit border, 2 miles from Lake Erie, Kingsville Golf Club is a scenic course of championship quality, offering 27 holes inundated with trees, traps, hills, water and wildlife. Our Clubhouse boasts a sumptuous menu in a relaxing atmosphere. Kingsville Golf is open to members, guests and the public for golfing and dining.
Twenty conservation areas. Rare Carolininan forests and beautiful trails for hiking and biking. Beaches,
camping, fishing and historical interpretation.
Fishing Lake Erie, Lake St. Clair and the Detroit River for bass, walleye, musky and steelhead from a fully rigged tournament boat with all equipment supplied. Your guide Bob Devine has done extensive work with both TV and as an outdoor writer in Canada and the USA. Bob is a hard working fishing guide dedicated to making your trip enjoyable and productive.
XS Family Fun Centre
1930 Ambassador Drive, 1665 Lauzon Rd, Windsor, ON
XS Zap Zone is Windsor’s premier spot for laser tag, glo-golf, arcade action, go-karts, and much, much more! Located next to Holiday Inn Ambassador Bridge with a 2nd location near the WFCU Centre, we’re always ready for fun.
Windsor Water World
400 Wyandotte Street East, Windsor, ON
City-owned community recreation centre featuring leisure pool and water slide; Public swimming is offered year-round.
Colasanti’s is a tropical wonderland destination for the whole family. Open year-round, our 3.5 acres of family fun offers exotic and tropical plants, inflatables, kiddie and bumper car rides, a petting zoo, indoor 18 hole mini golf, a sports collectibles store featuring unique sporting memorabilia, children toys and games, beautifully crafted home décor pieces and collectables including the Bradford Exchange and Department 56 Villages. Colasanti’s Restaurant specializes in our famous “Broasted Chicken,” pizza, apple cider, hot homemade doughnuts and butter fudge.
Go back in time to the Roaring Twenties as costumed actors tell the story of prohibition and Windsor’s connection to gangsters like Al Capone and the Purple Gang. Learn the bootleggers secrets and see where they hid out. Have lunch at a famous Speakeasy. Visit the church made famous by the gun totting “Fighting Parson”. View the mansions built with rum running profits. An educational, comical, musical bus tour with great food and whisky tasting.
Pelee Island Winery
455 Seacliff Drive, Kingsville, ON N9Y 2K5
Pelee Island Winery is Canada’s largest estate-owned winery with approximately 600 acres of vineyards. The vineyards are located on Pelee Island, Canada’s southernmost point of inhabited land and the largest of the Lake Erie islands. Visitors can take a detailed tour through the winery cellars and watch an informational video. After the tour there is an opportunity to taste some of our fine wines.
Colio Estate Wines is situated in Windsor/Essex County at Harrow, Ontario, the southernmost of all of Canada’s wine regions. The picturesque winery offers tours at 1, 2, & 3 p.m. daily which feature a chronological journey through the winemaking process that ends in their stylish Hospitality Centre and Retail boutique where any of their award-winning and popular wines can be tasted or purchased. Open daily year-round excluding major holidays. Wheelchair accessible and group/buses welcome by appointment.
Loft Nightclub and Lounge brings a superior style of nightlife to Windsor’s elite who love to party, dance, mix, mingles and let loose. Loft is a beautiful atmosphere that caters to a fashionable, yet unpretentious clientele. VIP Seating area can be reserved in advance and they will maximize your arty experience. Join us every weekend at Loft… The Party You’re Looking For.
Boom Boom Room
315 Ouellette Avenue, Windsor, ON N9A 4J1
The Boom Boom Room, Windsor's only world class nightclub voted #1 by Real Detroit Magazine 3 years in a row. The Boom Boom Room continues to dominate the downtown club scene and move it forward to what it is today! 5 years of constantly setting the pace and raising the bar. The world’s best DJ’s and acts are in constant rotation. They continue to deliver legendary experiences on a regular basis.
The WSO engages, entertains, educates and inspires through performances of live popular and classical music at locations throughout Windsor and Essex County.
Migration Hall is in operation as a part of the Municipality of the Town of Kingsville and the Greater Essex County District School Board. Opened in 1994, Migration Hall provides a dual function for the community: an additional teaching space for KDHS and a community facility available for arts and culture and recreational events. Opened in 1994, Migration Hall provides a dual function for the community: an additional teaching space for Kingsville District High School and a community facility available for arts and culture and recreational events.
The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor proudly upholds the legendary Caesars 40-year tradition of offering premium entertainment. It is the largest venue of its kind among the nearly 40 Caesars Entertainment properties, boasting 5,000-seats, high-definition video, state-of-the-art sound and lighting to showcase exciting international headline concert performers from Country to Rock 'n’ Roll, as well as comedy and variety acts. Celine Dion, Patti LaBelle, Sarah McLachlan, Jay Leno and KISS are just a few of the legendary entertainers the Colosseum has been proud to host.
This venue has been designed to provide the ultimate sensory experience. Every seat offers exceptional views of the stage while guests enjoy maximum comfort in seating, larger than the industry standard. The versatile space can be customized for intimate performances to full-production shows.
Tickets are available online at www.caesarswindsor.com or at the Caesars Windsor Box Office located on the second level next to the gaming floor.
201 Riverside Dr. W., Windsor, ON N9A 5K4
The Chrysler Theatre is housed in the St. Clair College Centre for the Arts. It is home a 1200 seat venue, which provides an intimate theatre-going experience with large theatre flare. The Chrysler Theatre is dedicated to bringing quality entertainment to Windsor's diverse audience as well as providing our local performing arts community with a venue designed to achieve excellence in the performing arts.
Picture yourself at Canada’s most southern sanctuary, be awed by the marvels of migration, get lost on a jungle hike, meander along the bike path or paddle through the marsh and enjoy a picnic. Spend a day in this tranquil sanctuary and rejuvenate.
A visit to the John R. Park Homestead and Conservation Area will take you back in time to the 1850s. The house and farm buildings of John and Amelia Park are restored to bring the nineteenth century to life. Explore the Parks' magnificent Classical Revival home, built in 1842, taste baking from the kitchen fireplace or play with a wooden toy in the children's bedrooms. See the workings of an 1885 steam engine-powered sawmill and stop by the blacksmith shop to witness the making of small hardware and repairing of farm tools at the coal-fired forge.
An hour and a half tour takes visitors back in history to the height of the Hiram Walker family’s success and his personal friendships with the biggest names in history – Henry Ford and Thomas Edison. Guests are brought into the basement’s Speak Easy room where meetings were held with Al Capone and The Purple Gang and are told the story of how Canadian Club whisky quenched the thirst of many U.S. citizens for 13 long years during Prohibition from 1920-1933. Guests are invited to Hiram’s Sampling Room, a Canadian Art Gallery and into the theatre to watch a short video about the production of Canadian Club. The tour finishes with a formal whisky tasting of the premium, classic whisky, and sherry cask.