Windsor, Ontario, Canada - African American History

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Windsor, Ontario, Canada - African American History

The road that led to freedom!  Follow the region’s Underground Railroad as it traces the perilous path of those seeking freedom. Visit the North Buxton National Historic Site and cruise on the Detroit River. Costumed characters tell the story of prohibition and bootlegging during the Roaring Twenties. Lodge at Caesar’s Windsor Hotel and Casino, and try your hand at the games of chance.

This package includes:

  • 3 Nights Lodging at Caesar's Windsor Hotel and Casino
  • 3 Breakfasts
  • 1 Buffet Lunch at a Speakeasy
  • 1 Dinner at the Casino
  • Roaring Twenties Rum Runners Tour
  • Taste Canada's most famous whiskey
  • Windsor River Cruise
  • John Freeman Walls and Underground Railroad historic sites
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site
  • North American and Chatham-Kent Black History Museums
  • Sandwich and Chatham Baptist Churches
  • Gift for All
  • Luggage Handling
  • All Taxes and Meal Gratuities
  • 2 Comps Per Bus of 40 or more



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*  Departure from your location may require en route lodging. Call for pricing and itinerary.

† Per Person/Double Occupancy. Plus Bus Transportation.

Pricing and Details

4 Days / 3 Nights*


Year Round


Call for details and itinerary

(800) 437-2323

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