Windsor (City of). Windsor's Community Museum

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Record #: WIN0371 Last Modified: 19 Feb 2014 Last Full Update: 09 Aug 2013
Located In CommunityWindsor West
Address254 Pitt St W
Windsor, ON N9A 5L5
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AccessibilityFully Accessible - Parking, Ramp, and Entrance (see other general notes for information) ; Parking, Ramp, Entrance, Chairlift to basement and 2nd flr, Washroom are on basement and 2nd floor levels 
Bus RoutesTransway 1A; Transway 1C; Crosstown 2; Ottawa 4; Dominion 5; Dougall 6
IntersectionDougall Ave and Pitt St
Contact Information
Office Phone519-253-1812
Description & Services
DescriptionThe museum is housed in the 1812 Francois Baby House. The permanent exhibit traces the history of Windsor from the Aboriginal period through the 20th century. Changing exhibits explore the cultures, individuals and events that contributed to the history of Windsor. School and group programming is available on a variety of different historical themes. The Museum Volunteer Group assists in fundraising and the promotion of the museum.
HoursTue-Sat 10 am-5 pm
May-September: Sun 2 pm-5 pm; Closed Mon
Areas ServedEssex County
FeesService - for programs, research, special events
LanguagesEnglish ; French
Meetings1st Thu 7 pm (except January, July & August) at the Duff-Baby Interpretation Centre, 221 Mill St. Call 253-1812 for information.
FundingCity / Town - City of Windsor ; Provincial - Ministry of Culture
Supplementary Info
Alternate NameHall Rental
Service Level(10) Local Government