Mackenzie Hall Cultural Centre

Mackenzie Hall Cultural Centre Interior and Exterior Photos
3277 Sandwich Street West
Windsor, Ontario, N9C 1A9, Canada
Telephone: (519) 255-7600
Fax: (519) 255-9538
Hours: Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (public). We are also open for any classes, rentals and events. Phone us for more information and our extended hours.

See our Current Events Calendar.

Building History:

Mackenzie Hall was built in 1855-1856 by Alexander Mackenzie, who became the second Prime Minister of Canada in 1873. Mackenzie Hall served as the County Court House until 1963 when it became the county headquarters.

Located in one of the most historic areas of Windsor, Mackenzie Hall is a living link between our colourful legal past and our artistic present. Originally a courthouse and jail, Mackenzie Hall is a cultural centre for the City of Windsor, with performing arts space, theatre, art galleries, meeting facilities and a ballroom for private rentals and special events. Constructed of limestone in the classic revival style, Mackenzie Hall is administered by the Parks, Recreation, Culture and Facilities Departments for the City of Windsor.

Room Rentals & Catering:

See our Room Rentals & Catering section for more information and photos of each room.

Programming Includes:

  • Concerts
  • Art exhibits
  • Puppet shows
  • Theatre
  • Social events
  • Day and overnight trips
  • Poetry readings
  • Folk music sing-alongs
  • Children's performances
  • Other cultural events
  • Leisure and recreation workshops
  • Classes and programs that emphasize arts and culture for all ages
Read more in our Mackenzie Hall Brochure
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Culture at Mackenzie Hall