Windsor (City Of). Recreation and Culture

Site: Windsor's Community Museum - Mill St

Service: Museum Windsor - Duff-Baby Interpretation Centre

Contact Information
Office Phone 519-253-1812
E-Mail wmuseum@citywindsor.ca
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) * The Duff-Baby House was built in 1798 and is named for its first two owners - Alexander Duff and James Baby.  
* Recognized among the most significant late eighteenth-century landmarks in Upper Canada 
* the Duff-Baby Interpretation Centre is used for educational programs and public meetings.  
* Les Amis Duff-Baby, a local volunteer group, works with Museum Windsor to provide access to the centre, the house and the site. * Museum staff utilize this facility for community outreach programs, local heritage meetings, and other Sandwich Town community activities.​​​​
Hours General Inquiries or to Book an Appointment or Tour: Tue-Sat, 10 am-5 pm * Sun, 11 am-5 pm
Areas Served Essex County
Eligibility No restrictions
Application * By appointment only 
* Application required for some services (call for details
Languages English
Fees Membership - see website for details ; Service - for programs, research, special events, admission and hall rental (call for details) ; Admission - Chimczuk Museum Daily Admission Rates * see website for rates
Agency Information
Funding City / Town
Site Information
Located In Community Windsor
Address & Map
Duff-Baby Interpretation Centre
221 Mill St
Windsor, ON N9C 2R1
 
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Intersection Mill St and Russell St
Mailing Address c/o Museum Windsor - Francois Baby House 
Francois Baby House 
254 Pitt St W 
Windsor, ON N9A 5L5
Physical Access Fully Accessible - Parking, Washroom and Entrance

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