Hours: Open Feb weekends only 1pm-5pm. Mid April-Oct, Wed-Fri; 10am-5pm. Sat-Sun; 1pm-5pm. Situated in the heart of the original black settlement of Amherstburg, the museum celebrates the achievements of black North Americans. Their rich heritage is preserved in exhibits depicting their origins in Africa, years of slavery and finally, settlement and emancipation in North America. The museum offers lectures, workshops, interpretive tours, travelling exhibits and research.
Ontario's only woodcarving museum, showcasing traditional, contemporary, And historical wildlife carvings. An expansive one-room museum with lighted showcases allows close viewing. An on-site gift shop features carvings, books, patterns and tools. Open year-round Tuesday through Saturday. Wheelchair accessible. Tours by appointment.
Windsor's Serbian Heritage Museum takes a look at the achievements of Serbian-Canadians. Features a variety of displays and exhibits.
Hours of operation, Tues-Sat, 10am - 5pm. (Sunday 2pm-5pm May 1-Sept.30). Located in the City Centre in the 1812 Francois Baby House, the museum offers exhibitions, special events and educational programs on local history.
Park House Museum
Hours: July-Aug, 11am-4pm; rest of the year Mon-Fri 11am-4pm. Bring back a touch of the past by visiting the oldest house in the area. Park House was originally built near Detroit in the 1790's, but when the city was turned over to the Americans with the signing of the Jay Treaty, a loyalist called Alexander MacKintosh moved the house back to Amherstburg in 1796. It has been restored to the 1850 era to depict the lifestyle of the Park family and their mercantile business.