Windsor Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Windsor; our list of the best things to see, including Detroit Tigers Baseball, Fox Theatre and Michigan Opera Theatre.
  • The best place in Windsor: Detroit Tigers Baseball

    Detroit Tigers Baseball

    Comerica Park, 2100 Woodward Ave
    This is the official Facebook home of the Detroit Tigers. Find out more about the Tigers at
    Downtown food nearby
  • Fox Theatre

    Fox Theatre

    2211 Woodward Ave
    The Fox is the second largest theater in the country after Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The theater was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1989 and was one of the first theaters to feature live sound. The exterior of the attached 10-story building features an Art Deco facade, which lights up at night and can be seen for several blocks. The Fox is Detroit’s top venue for Broadway shows.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Michigan Opera Theatre

    Michigan Opera Theatre

    1526 Broadway St
    The Detroit Opera House is the venue for all Michigan Opera Theater productions and other events. This theater, which seats 2,700 people, first opened in 1922.
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Slows Bar BQ

    Slows Bar BQ

    2138 Michigan Ave
    Great BBQ and beer selection.
    Millenium Village
  • Bonstelle Theatre

    Bonstelle Theatre

    3424 Woodward Ave
    The Bonstelle Theatre is the undergraduate theater used by Wayne State University. It was originally built in 1902 as the Temple Beth-El. The theater was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
    Midtown eat nearby
  • Detroit Souvenirs. Stores inside the Renaissance Center, the Fisher Building, and the Guardian Building.
  • North American International Auto Show

    North American International Auto Show

    1 Washington Blvd
    Held annually since 1907 (except from 1945 - 1952), it is the largest auto show in North America. It is held at Cobo Hall every January and is particularly important because Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler are headquartered in the area.
    Downtown food nearby
  • Olympia Entertainment Inc

    Olympia Entertainment Inc

    2301 Woodward Ave
    The Fox is the second largest theater in the country after Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The theater was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1989 and was one of the first theaters to feature live sound. The exterior of the attached 10-story building features an Art Deco facade, which lights up at night and can be seen for several blocks. The Fox is Detroit’s top venue for Broadway shows.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Campus Martius Park

    Campus Martius Park

    Woodward and Michigan Aves
    M-Th 7AM-10PM, F 7AM-midnight, Sa 9AM-midnight, Su 9AM-8PM. Free. Campus Martius is the main park of Detroit. Hart Plaza, located on the Riverfront, was made to replace Campus Martius, but Hart Plaza is hard-surfaced, so Campus Martius was re-established. The new Campus Martius Park includes two stages, sculptures, public spaces and a seasonal ice skating rink. Cadillac Square Park, located immediately to the east of Campus Martius, was recently made to increase the amount of park space. Several skyscrapers surround Campus Martius Park. The more popular of these include: Compuware World Headquarters, which is home to a beautiful lobby and several shops and stores; Cadillac Tower, which will be connected to the under-construction Cadillac Centre, which will be built in a similar architectural style as the Guggenheim Museums; and 1001 Woodward, which is the only building in Detroit in the Chicago-style architecture. The park is also home to a few historic monuments, such as Michigan Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, which is a Civil War monument first unveiled in 1872, and Bagley Memorial Fountain, which is a monument to 16th governor of Michigan, John J. Bagley, who's will contained $5,000 for the construction of a drinking fountain for the people of Detroit, to have "water cold and pure as the coldest mountain stream." The nearest People Mover station to Campus Martius Park is the Cadillac Center station, located at Gratiot Avenue and Library Street.
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Detroit Masonic Temple

    Detroit Masonic Temple

    500 Temple Ave
    This theater is the second largest in Detroit. The 4,404-seat theater is a prominent venue for concerts, Broadway shows, and other events. Detroit Masonic Temple was designed in the neo-gothic architectural style, using a great deal of limestone.
    Briggs food nearby
  • Iridescence


    2901 Grand River Ave
    If you enjoy things like caviar and Dom Perignon, this place is for you. High-end service and views on top of Motor City Casino.
  • Pizza Papalis

    Pizza Papalis

    553 Monroe St
    Famous Award Winning Chicago and Detroit-style deep dish pizzas. Dine-in.
  • The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit

    The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit

    1114 Washington Blvd
    Built in 1928, the Book Cadillac Hotel is an architectural gem that, after 20 years of vacancy, was remodeled into an upscale hotel in 2008. It was designed with neo-classical elements and building sculptures, incorporating brick and limestone. Among its notable features are the statues of General Anthony Wayne, Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac, Chief Pontiac and Robert Navarre along the ornate Michigan Avenue facade and the three copper terraces at top the building.
    Downtown food nearby
  • Penobscot Building

    Penobscot Building

    645 Griswold StSte 972
    The building was the tallest in Michigan from its completion in 1928 until the construction of the Renaissance Center's central tower in 1977. It is now the third tallest. Like many of the city's other Roaring Twenties buildings, it has Art Deco influences, including its "H" shape, which allows maximum sunlight into the building, and the sculptural setbacks that cause the upper floors to seem to "erode".
    Downtown eat nearby
  • GM Renaissance Center

    GM Renaissance Center

    Renaissance Ctr
    Located in the Ren Cen's magnificent Wintergarden, there are many different kinds of stores and shops here that sell a wide variety of products.
  • Guardian Building

    Guardian Building

    500 Griswold St
    Built in 1929, the building is a bold example of Art Deco architecture, including art moderne designs. At the top of the Guardian Building's spire, is a large American Flag, complementing the four smaller flags atop nearby 150 West Jefferson. The Guardian Building's interior is lavishly decorated with mosaic and Pewabic and Rookwood tile. The semi-circular exterior domes are filled with Pewabic Pottery. The building was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1989. It was used as headquarters for production during World War II.
    Downtown food nearby
  • Dossin Great Lakes Museum

    Dossin Great Lakes Museum

    100 Strand Dr
    This historical maritime museum features exhibits such as one of the largest collections of model ships in the world, and the bow anchor of the legendary Edmund Fitzgerald.
    eat nearby
  • Greektown Casino

    Greektown Casino

    555 E Lafayette Blvd
    This casino is scheduled to be completed sometime in 2009. The casino is still open for gaming, however the hotel is being finished. Greektown casino is located in Greektown and includes several Greek restaurants. The casino has its own People Mover Station, on level 3.
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Art Gallery of Windsor

    401 Riverside Drive W
    W 11AM-8PM, Th,Fr 11AM-9PM, Sa,Su 11AM-5PM(Closed: M,Tu). Admission: $3 per person. Somewhat of a small art museum, but its exhibits are interesting and make the most of the available space. The gallery also has several works available for rent or for purchase.
    food nearby
  • Caesars Windsor

    Caesars Windsor

    377 Riverside Drive E
    Very large casino and popular among residents and tourists because the Canadian government does not tax any winnings. The casino exchanges US dollars to Canadian Dollars at a low rate (it is therefore advised to exchange your money elsewhere). Absolutely no one under 19 is allowed on the casino floor; however, those under 19 are allowed to stay in the Augustus (new) Tower. Those who are under 22 will need to show an additional piece of identification (such as a school ID or a debit card) upon entering.
    eat nearby
  • Motor City Casino Resort,

    Motor City Casino Resort,

    Amnesia nightclub, top floor.
  • Windsor Crossing Premium Outlets

    Windsor Crossing Premium Outlets

    1555 Talbot Street
    M-F 10AM-9PM, Sa (Jan-May) 9AM-6PM or (Jun-Dec) 9AM-9PM, Su: 10AM-6PM, Holidays: 10AM-6PM, Closed on Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
  • Senate Theatre

    Senate Theatre

    located on Michigan Avenue just west of Livernois
    Built in 1926, this theatre served as a movie theatre for Southwest Detroit until 1958. In 1963, the Detroit Theatre Organ Society renovated the theatre and has been located here ever since.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Slows Bar Bq

    Slows Bar Bq

    2138 Michigan Ave
    Some of the best BBQ this side of the Mason-Dixon, Slows has been featured in the New York Times and various TV food shows. A Detroit institution. Recently opened Slows To Go on Cass Ave in Midtown.
    Millenium Village
  • XS Family Fun Centre

    XS Family Fun Centre

    1930 Ambassador Drive
    Su-Th: 11AM-11PM, Fr,Sa: 11AM-midnight (Go-karts close one hour prior to the rest of the centre). Prices vary from activity.. Arcade with Laser Tag, Go-Karts and Batting Cages.
    food nearby
  • Small Plates

    Small Plates

    1521 Broadway St
    midnight-2AM (verify). As the name suggest, the plates are small but the food is good. This small restaurant is a good spot to sample and share diner with a few guest. With good Brick oven pizza, and a full bar this little gem is a solid dining spot.
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