How to Explore Windsor in 3 Days

Posted on May 10, 2018 · Posted in Travel Adventuring, Travel Location And Destination

Windsor is famous and beautified by its amalgamation of history and culture which appears unique at every turn. This southernmost part of Canada has lovely sites for the tourists. Things to do in Windsor are many as its lap is full of feasts and festivals.

1. Ambassador Bridge:

Ambassador Bridge of Windsor joins Michigan, United States with Ontario, Canada. It is important in both perspectives of business and tourism. If you want to enjoy views of the city and Detroit River then don’t miss it.

2. Take a chance at a casino:

Caesars Windsor is the hallmark of Windsor. The casino meets the waterfront having views of Detroit, only sceneries are worth seeing even if you are not in mood of gambling.

3. Peep into the history:

Windsor gives very spacious consign to a number of National Historic sites. Peep into the history by visiting Willistead Manor; François Bâby and the Sandwich First Baptist Church.

4. Go for a bike ride

Your love for bike ride will must pull you towards the Roy A. Battagello River Walk Bike Trail. The trail sets up at the Ambassador Bridge and goes on for eight kilometers through the city.

5. Art Lovers

Enjoying the weather, in a leisure mood, take a walk around the Windsor Sculpture Park, that is giving space to 35 large-scale sculptures. Then stroll towards the Art Gallery of Windsor.

6. Parks, garden, beach:

There is a superfluity of exquisite gardens in Windsor that provide a good company for a nice afternoon.  Adventure Bay Family Water Park is one of them. People of all ages can enjoy the water park. For Coventry Gardens, words fail. It is the most excellent and home to the Peace Fountain (the only floating fountain in the world. Dieppe Gardens is another grand place to hang about.

Sandpoint Beach is the most well-liked beach in the locale, which opens from May 24 to September every year.

7. Company of Nature:

If you want to spend time in the company of nature then The 350-hectare Ojibway Prairie Complex is the fitted place full of parks, trails and nature assets.

8. Enjoy a festival

Having lot of culture assets, many festivals and events take place in Windsor annually. Some of these are Windsor-Detroit International Freedom Festival, Bluesfest International Windsor each July, Detroit Windsor International Film Festival in June. And one more the Windsor Emancipation Celebration Festival in August is striking.

9. Scholarly visitors:

University of Windsor has many attractions and   architectures for visitors.

10 . Shopping phobia:

Windsor is heaven for shoppers or bargain hunters. Its malls, duty free and special shops haunt the visitors. Devonshire Mall is the largest mall in Windsor having countless shops.