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Chimczuk Museum Now Open

Chimczuk Museum Now Open Windsor’s latest downtown attraction is now open! The 11,000-square-foot Chimczuk Museum was officially opened by Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens and members of City Council, along with a host of dig​nitaries and well-wishers today at a special ribbon cutting ceremony. “Our Chimczuk Museum is a tremendous attraction with so mu... Read More 

Windsor's French Roots

Maison François Baby House. Permanent Exhibit. Opened December 2, 2015.Exhibit Background The Windsor area is the oldest continuously-inhabited French colony west of Montreal and was the first permanent European settlement in all of Ontario. As part of the Museum Expansion Project, The François Baby House (one of the oldest houses in Windsor) is... Read More 

Online Database

This database currently includes items from both Museum Windsor and the Windsor Sculpture Park. Please note: the searchable collections database is not complete. The objects available for viewing on the website are only part of the total collections. We are working to expand and improve electronic access. Read More