July 7—July 11
North of Riverside Drive & at the Foot of Goyeau Street
Municipal Lot 16/CN Train Waterfront Lot
Windsor, ON
  • Schedule

    Along with Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation in 2017, Windsor will be celebrating the 125th anniversary of its incorporation as a city. SESQUI’s 360° cinematic dome will be located in Municipal Lot 16, a historic CN Train lot close to the Detroit River.

    SESQUI’s HORIZON 360° film will be projected in 9K resolution. The film is approximately 22 minutes in length, and will be screened every half hour in our custom-built SESQUI cinematic dome.

    All admission is free and lineups are first come, first serve.

    • Friday, July 7th – 12pm-10pm*

    • Saturday, July 8th – 12pm-10pm

    • Sunday, July 9th – 12pm-10pm

    • Monday, July 10th – 12pm-10pm*

    • Tuesday, July 11th – 10am-7:30pm*

    *School groups 12pm-2pm (weekdays only).

    We expect Friday night and the weekends to be the busiest. Please plan your visit accordingly.

    At this time, we expect no other scheduled events to impact traffic to our exhibition site.

  • Getting There

    North of Riverside Drive & at the Foot of Goyeau Street
    Municipal Lot 16/CN Train Waterfront Lot
    Windsor, ON
  • Being There


    The SESQUI tour site is wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair seating can be accommodated in our dome theatre. A service animal may accompany a visitor or any third party with a disability to our exhibition area and theatre.

    Food & Drink

    Food and drink will not be allowed in the dome exhibition area. SESQUI will be working with local-area restaurants, bars and food trucks to provide access and offers to a variety of food and dining options, near the theatre venue.

    Other Activities

    SESQUI will be hosting activities, giveaways, education, entertainment and photo opportunities with other SESQUI, Canada 150, Ontario 150 and community partners inside and outside our exhibition area.

    Territorial Acknowledgment

    SESQUI would like to acknowledge that the land on which we will gather is the traditional territory of the Anishnaabeg people of the Three Fires Confederacy (Ojibwe, Potawatomi, and Odawa). According to Anishnaabe oral tradition there was a Great Migration and the Detroit River or Wawiiatanong was the third stopping place in their journey. Due to Windsor’s unique location along the Detroit River many different groups have called this area home including: Haudenosaunee, Attawandaron (Neutral), and Huron (Wyandot) peoples. Today, many indigenous people and Métis across Turtle Island call this area home. We are grateful to have the opportunity to present our work in this territory.

    Experience Windsor

    For more information on Windsor, please visit the Tourism Windsor site.

  • More Info

    What the Media is Saying

    Big Birthday Bashes Planned for Windsor (Windsor Star)

    Local Stories and Ambassadors

    See SESQUI’s Community Hub for SESQUI Windsor Stories and Ambassadors

    Press Release

    Windsor added as 7th stop to Ontario Cinematic Dome Tour (link)