Built in 1798 for Scottish fur trader Alexander Duff, the Duff-Baby Mansion was purchased in 1807 by the Hon. Jacques Baby, a highly influential politician. The Mansion was a site of the War of 1812 activities and hosted Shawnee leader Tecumseh in the dining room.
- House Museum/Homestead
- 221 Mill Street, Windsor, ON, Canada
- Open one afternoon/month. Call for specific dates/times.
221 Mill Street, Windsor, ON, Canada
François Baby House (National Historic Site of Canada)
The Maison François Baby House features exhibitions on French and War of 1812 history.
Windsor Masonic Temple
The Windsor Masonic Temple: a place of community, heritage, and family!
Canadian Historical Aircraft Association
Original 1940 Hangar. Educate public on Canadian aviation history. Restore historic planes
Fort Malden National Historic Site
A soldier standing guard with the parade square and Hough House in the background