Windsor has a population of approximately 220 000 and is located on Lake St. Clair and the Detroit River.
I got the impression that many visitors com just because of the casinos when we visited it a few years ago.
I am not a gambler and Niagara Falls with its two casinos is close to Welland where we live.
For that reason Windsor had other attractions for us, such as events.
During a break in our computer was stolen and we lost pictures and notes. Thanks to Wikipedia I am able to add some pictures which may be even better than those I took!
Art Gallery of Windsor overlooking riverfront rock gardens - many thanks to "Jc8025" and Wikipedia
Fireworks at the Windsor-Detroit International Freedom Festival. - many thanks to "Vito Palmisano" and Wikipedia
View on Detroit - many thanks to "Mikerussell" and Wikipedia
Walking along the Detroit River gave us a good view on Detroit which we could not visit because of the limited time we had.
There was a line up of statures like above one which is called "Anne, the Lady Dipper". At first I thought I knew this lady from somewhere in Europe.
View from second floor of a casino - many thanks to "Mikerussell" and Wikipedia
I learned that take private photographs inside a casino is not allowed in Ontario. So i have to use an official picture anyhow.
During our first stay Windsor I was adventurous and visited a casino. I was by far not as luxurious as this one. I had no intentions to gamble and did not stay very long.
Today there are for of these establishments in Windsor and what I learned they are all targeting mostly visitors from the USA. An essential help is the lower drinking age in Ontario which is 19 years instead of 21.
Please use the Internet or get information when you visit this town to get more information about casinos - I am not the right person for that.
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