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Free Admission Day: Chimczuk Museum
Tuesday, June 21, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
In honour of Indigenous History Month, Museum Windsor will be displaying the original No.2 Treaty, also known as McKee Treaty, on loan from Library and Archives Canada. This treaty was negotiated between the British and the Three Fires Confederacy and Huron (Wyandot) and was signed at Detroit in 1790. Don’t miss your chance to witness history in this seldom seen but critically important artifact in Changing the Landscape of Windsor-Essex: The McKee Treaty during the month of June only at the Chimczuk Museum. Please note that visitors can enjoy free admission to the Chimczuk Museum on National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21. (Otherwise an admission fee applies.)
Venue: Chimczuk Museum
401 Riverside Dr W
Windsor, Ontario N9A 7J1 Canada
Phone: (519) 253-1812 ext. 2530