The Olde Walkerville Neighbourhood was the visionary development of one of Ontario's prominent 19th century entrepreneurs, Hiram Walker. The quaint neighbourhood is a perfect example of a garden community. As the founder of the famous Canadian Club Whiskey, Walker envisioned a model town as a setting in which his distillery and employees could reside. Thus, the Walkerville community was formed and began as a small village along the Detroit River. It became incorporated as a town in the year 1890. Lush green trees, well planned streets and a charming blend of well-preserved 19th century rowhouses, executive homes and chic residences define the style of this lovely neighbourhood.
- Please maintain the tranquillity of the place; it is still a residential area.
- Windsor Station
- Big Tony’s Original Wood Fried Pizza co.
- Take Five Bistro
- The Twisted Apron
- Top Notch
- Thyme To Go
- Back Street Tavern
- Sub City
- Moe Joe Pizza
- The Chef Next Door
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79.7% of people who visit Windsor include Olde Walkerville Neighbourhood in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
33.65% of people start their Olde Walkerville Neighbourhood visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Olde Walkerville Neighbourhood
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Olde Walkerville Neighbourhood