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Spookingly Nostalgic

Duff Baby House is considered to be the oldest building in Ontario. The house was built by... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Windsor, Canada
Interesting Stop on our Tour

We stopped by on our "French Connection" tour of Windsor by Encore Productions. It was not open... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2017
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1 week ago
“Spookingly Nostalgic”
23 Sep 2017
“Interesting Stop on our Tour”
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221 Mill St, Windsor, Ontario N9C 2R1, Canada
+1 519-253-1812
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Duff Baby House is considered to be the oldest building in Ontario. The house was built by Alexander Duff as a fur trade post Built between between 1792 and 1798. Today the building is owned by the Ontario Heritage Trust and houses government offices.

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Reviewed 23 September 2017

We stopped by on our "French Connection" tour of Windsor by Encore Productions. It was not open for tours, so we did not go in. However, we did stop for about 15 minutes and talk about the history of the building. It was built by...More

Thank RandyRoss
Reviewed 15 November 2016

very interesting info about the way of life in Essex County , Artifacts from locals, very interesting . Does not take a lot of time. Good for a time filler and really nice things to learn about the area

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Reviewed 25 April 2016

The Duff Baby House is the best example of a documented house dating back to the 1790s.....a Frenchman built this home and was a fur trader along the Detroit River . ....Sandwich was what the place was called at the time......war was seen and a...More

1  Thank Kathie R
Reviewed 6 June 2014

Visited on a couple of occasions. It has some interesting period items, but the part I enjoyed the most was the local historical maps and details. Learned quite a few things about our city. Could it be better? Sure, if they had the funding...over all,...More

1  Thank Lissett H
Reviewed 13 May 2014

One of Windsor's most historic buildings--over 200 years old. Unfortunately interior access is limited because some provincial two-bit bureaucrat decided to convert it to an office. Scandlous treatment of a lovely structure.

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