Francois Baby House


Located in Windsor, Ontario, the Francois Baby House was once owned by a well-known politician named Francois Baby. In the War of 1812, it was used as a headquarters for British and American forces. It is now home to the Windsor Community Museum, which delves into Windsor's layered history. The museum typically has around six exhibits going on at any given time, and receives a few hundred artifacts each year to add to the collection.


254 Pitt St W
Windsor, ON N9A 5L5


42.31851100, -83.04237600
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(519) 253-1812

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