Chimczuk Museum Exhibits
Rosalie Trombley Commemorative Exhibition
Sunday, September 17, 2023, to March 2024
This new temporary exhibition explores the life and work of radio pioneer Rosalie Trombley. The exhibition includes biographical information, stories of Rosalie’s life, musician features, records, audio recordings, fashion, vintage items and artifacts from the Big 8, awards, tributes and more.
Photograph: Rosalie Trombley & Daughter Diane with KISS
Worlds Of The Night
September 23, 2023, to January 14, 2024
This travelling exhibition uses both dimmed and glowing light atmospheres to provide a mysterious and exciting experience while learning about astonishing night facts. Children will finally have the opportunity to stay up all night!
Worlds of the Night was produced by the Sherbrooke Museum of Nature and Science with contributions from the Museum Assistance program from Heritage Canada, Atmosphere, and FLIR.
Photograph: Children enjoying the Worlds of the Night exhibition. Photograph courtesy of Sherbrooke Museum of Nature and Science
Windsor & District Labour Council: Windsor/Essex Labour History Project
September 2 to October 1, 2023
This display highlights some of the major labour events in the Windsor region and the organizations supported by the Windsor & District Labour Council. Topics include the 1945 Ford Strike and Rand Formula, Sparky’s Toy Drive, the Charles Brooks Memorial Peace Fountain, Windsor Medical Services, United Way Community Giving, and the Labour Sponsored Community Development Group (LSCDG).
Photograph: Labour Day Parade Along Ouellette Avenue
The Last Cast: Inside the Ford Foundry
The Last Cast: Inside the Ford Foundry showcases 25 photographs taken from inside the Windsor Casting Plant by photographer Thomas Danyluk. This Chimczuk Museum exhibition provides an intimate look into the processes taking place inside the foundry and the employees carrying out their daily tasks.
Photographer Thomas Danyluk was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario. Danyluk’s passion for photography started at a very young age; he took his first photograph at 8 years old. Danyluk went on to study photography at St. Clair College, and he has won several international awards and competitions for his work.
Photograph: Ladle Operator Making Crankshafts, by Thomas Danyluk.
The River and the Land Sustain Us
Featuring 2,705 square feet on the main floor concourse, this space features a bilingual permanent exhibit that tells the history of our city and people.
Features include History of Windsor: pre-history to present; hands-on exhibits; a mini-theatre with videos of Windsor's history and heritage; visitor interactive stations; visitor information stations; core educational programming and public museum tours offered by Museum Windsor's knowledgeable, engaging staff.
Children's Gallery and Learning Space
Interactive. Educational. Fun. This 1,173-square-foot space on the main floor is for the young and young at heart to explore history and heritage through interactive games and activities.
Features include Things from the Past: artifact discovery drawers; Waterways and Underground Connection: Build-A-Bridge, ship and tunnel to cross the Detroit River and explore The Great Lakes design activity; Transportation: Build-A-Car assembly line activity; Fashion In Time: historic costume dress-up; Traditional old time toys; and school and daycare programming.
Original Peoples Culture and Legacy Gallery
At the north end of the main floor concourse, this space reflects the culture, heritage, and contemporary issues of the local First Nations and Métis communities. It also provides an open and flexible gathering space for programming. This exhibit was developed in consultation with Walpole Island Heritage Centre, Caldwell First Nation, Turtle Island-Aboriginal Education Centre (University of Windsor), Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre and other local community organizations.
Features include Creation Stories, Treaties, Residential Schools and 60s Scoop, Language Revitalization, Missing and Murdered Women, Medicine Wheel Teachings, and Cultural Expressions.
Questions about the permanent exhibits, temporary/travelling exhibitions, tours and programs at the Chimczuk Museum? Reach out to us:
254 Pitt Street West
Windsor, Ontario, Canada, N9A 5L5
Phone: For general information, call 311.
For detailed inquiries, please call (519) 253-1812.