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Windsor Historic Sites & Interpretive Centres

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This land was a terminal of the famous "Underground Railroad". Travel a historic walkway, visit log cabins dating back to 1798 and 1846. Hear the story of Walls' journey to 'freedom' in Canada. Please call to make reservations.
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Built in 1904-1906 for Edward Chandler Walker the son of the distiller Hiram Walker, this magnificent home is available for business and private rental. Public touring hours vary thru the year -- call to confirm.
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Built in 1904-1906 in the Tudor-Jacobean style of English manor homes, the 36-room home designed by noted Detroit archirect Albert Kahn includes a Great Hall with an elaborate staircase, Drawing Room, Carrara marble fireplace and a Butler's Pantry with silver sinks. Public tour hours vary - please call to confirm.
BulletSandwich First Baptist Church National Historic Site
This church was built in 1851 to accommodate the growing number of Black refugee slaves fleeing the United States.

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