Windsor was settled in 1685 by the Acadian French, who built a network of dykes along the rivers. Windsor became a permanent English settlement in 1749. The strategic location prompted the British to build Fort Edward .The Blockhouse is the only structure remaining. Windsor was for many years a bustling sea port and shipbuilding centre. Between 1840 and 1890, shipbuilding was the most prominent factor in the economy of Windsor.
Places of Interest:
KingsEdgehill School- Founded in 1788. Canada’s oldest private residential school.
Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia - Headquarted in Windsor visitors are invited to come in and view the display of props and puppets from their many productions.
The Hants County Exhibition - North Ameríca's longest running agricultural fair tracing back to 1765.
Propelling Windsor into the future is geographical location to the Halifax Regional Municipality only thirty five minutes to the HRM makes Windsor a most convenient place to settle down.
Town of Windsor
100 King Street, Windsor
Windsor Community Center
78 Thomas Street, Windsor
195 Albert Street, Windsor
Wentworth Road, Windsor