Visit our Special Events, Activities and Programs page for information on exciting engagement opportunities for all ages at our Museum Windsor sites. From exhibition openings, lectures, and guided tours... to P.D. Day programming, gift shop treasures, and community events... Museum Windsor has something for everyone. Read More 

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 

Experience fun and excitement for children of all ages at the Chimczuk Museum and François Baby House. Permanent exhibits chronicle Windsor’s history from prehistoric times to the present, and temporary exhibits offer unique perspectives on a wide range of topics. Read More 

Land Acknowledgment: Recognized as one of Canada’s most diverse and multicultural communities, our city was developed on land that is the traditional territory of the Anishnaabeg people of the Three Fires Confederacy (Ojibwe, Potawatomi, and Odawa). Before Europeans arrived, the land along the Detroit River was referred to as Wawiiatanong by the Indigenous populations. Due to Windsor’s unique location along the Detroit River many different groups have called this area home including: Haudenosaunee, Attawandaron (Neutral), and Huron (Wyandot) peoples. Today, many indigenous people and Métis across Turtle Island call this area home. We are thankful to be able to share our history in this area.