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12 Fun Things To Do This Winter In Windsor Ontario

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12 Fun Things To Do This Winter In Windsor Ontario

Winter is here!  And no, that is not an excuse to hibernate on your couch with Netflix. Now that the holiday season is among us it's a great opportunity to hang out with friends and family! Whether you're a local looking for a few fun things to do with your loved ones this winter, or you're planning a trip to Windsor this holiday season, this list will not disappoint.

We have compiled a list of 12 unique activities that are sure to keep you busy this holiday season.  Make it your mission to complete them all by the new year! :)


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1. Grab a hot drink at Anchor Coffee House

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2. Check out some awesome street at Maiden Lane 

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3. Take a visit to the Mistletoe & Snow Holiday Art Show and Sale at the ArtSpeak Gallery

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4. Go for a winter wonderland walk by the river

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5. Warm yourself up with a bowl of Ramen from Kagerou Ramen House

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6. Catch an amazing sunset at Dieppe Gardens

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7. Pick up a beautiful Christmas tree at Bastien Tree Farm

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8. Grab your friends and have a game night at B.V.'s house of Pong

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9. Check out the new exhibits at the Art Gallery Of Windsor

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10. Indulge in quirky fried chicken cocktail at Blind Owl Bar 

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11. Grab a group of friends and challenge yourself Enigma Escape Room 

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12. Take a road trip to Kingsville to see the Festival of Lights 

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