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The Jackson Park is a lovely tourist attraction that boasts of several monuments, blooming tulips, fountains and much more. In addition to its beauty, the park is a popular outing spot amongst the locals as well and is well-facilitated with paved pathways to enjoy quiet walks on a relaxing day. If you are a sports enthusiast, you can enjoy games like basketball, tennis, football, cricket and more as the park is equipped with grounds and pitches for the same. So, enjoy a day with your loved ones at Jackson Park.
Originally a town, Walkerville today is regarded as Windsor's heritage precinct that was incorporated into the city. Credited to Hiram Walker, the town was planned to be a model town. One of the earliest establishments here was a distillery and as time passed on, the automotive industry followed. Today, the neighborhood is lined with shops, eateries and pathways that provide a relaxing atmosphere.
Built in 1906, this beautiful English mansion, once the home of Edward Chandler Walker, is called the Willistead Manor. Designed in the Tudor-Jacobean style of architecture, the expansive mansion boasts of 36 individually designed rooms that are surrounded by a 15 acre (6.07 hectares) park. Today, the historical mansion is not only open for tours but the house and the grounds can also be hired for private events and celebrations. If you want to glimpse at a slice of history, then head to the Willistead Manor for a great time.
After a planning process, of over ten years, spearheaded by Tom Toth, a City Councillor, administrator and teacher, the Canada South Science City was finally established in 2004. The aim behind creation of this center was to foster a child's interest in the subject, wherein learning could take place through interactive exhibits. The science city is a complex that is akin to an open school. It comprises of a Fossil Dig Site, Exploratorium that takes you into the world of physics, Lagoon featuring reptiles, Biodiversity Exhibit, Computer Lab and a Science Cafe where visitors can binge and talk.
Via Italy is the little Italy of Windsor and is located in the heart of the city. This area is extremely popular among the locals as well as tourists because of its romantic Italian charm and flair. Via Italy boasts a number of fine-dine traditional Italian restaurants like Mucci's, Enzo's, and Spago, many family cafes, bars, boutiques, jewelry shops, gift stores and much more. A stroll through this beautiful street is reminiscent of Italy and is an experience you cannot pass up on when in Windsor.