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Founded in 1995, The Canadian Historical Aircraft Association is located in the west end of the city and is dedicated to preserving aircraft that have been significant contributors to aviation history. Not only is the museum home to a Lancaster Bomber, but one can also find a restored Havilland DH.98 Mosquito which was one of the first Canadian-built Mosquito bombers to be introduced in World War II. Other aircraft at the museum include Boeing Stearman and De Havilland Chipmunk. If you are an aircraft or war history enthusiast, visiting the Canadian Historical Aircraft Association will certainly not disappoint.
Built in 1920 as the Tivoli Theatre, it was designed by famed American architect, C. Howard Crane. This art-deco building was initially a vaudeville theater and later became a movie theater. After the closure of the theater, the venue was a bingo hall and later a gay nightclub in 2000. The Olde Walkerville Theatre was reborn in 2014 after a complete overhaul with its original design. It is now a premier performing arts space. From concerts to theater, dance shows and musicals, this tiered theater ensures that no seat is a bad one.
Walkerville Brewery was established in the year 1890 by Hiram Walker and since then, has been brewing some of the best hand-crafted, unique, and top quality beers. A tour of the brewery will shed light on the rich history and culture of the establishment and the brewing process and also allows you to sample the available beers. Their taproom is perfect to enjoy a pint or two of your favorite brews and if you fancy you can also take home a growler. The staff are very knowledgeable and friendly and will ensure a memorable experience.
The Coventry Gardens or Reaume Park, is a local park that offers a serene atmosphere as well as recreational facilities. The highlight of this park being the Peace Fountain that floats on the Detroit River. It also hosts concerts and similar events as soon as the summer season arrives.
A chic, all-black exterior makes this microbrewery impossible to miss on University Avenue East. Patrons are given a detailed tour of the facility, which is bursting with personality despite the cozy digs. After getting acquainted with the beer-making process, guests can head to the bar area to enjoy flights comprised of beers like the Black ‘N’ Brew Chocolate Stout, Canadian Maple Brew, and Brew Light Lime, as well as the most popular Proper Lager. Small bites are also served to take care of your appetite. A haunt for both locals and visitors, connoisseurs and amateur admirers, BREW has thought of everything to ensure you have a great time while visiting.
The city of Windsor, in Quebec, is known as the southernmost city of Canada. In fact, it is located south of even the city of Detroit in the United States and is separated from it just by the Detroit River. The city has several tourist attractions for every kind of tourist. It is home to several National Historic sites and churches, while cultural attractions include the many theater companies, bars, restaurants and the lively nightlife scene in the downtown area. Those looking for recreation can head to the many parks dotting the city's waterfront and indulge in some biking there. All in all, Windsor is a city with a throbbing vibe that has a lot to offer.