Culture Division

The Culture Division oversees the operation of the Town of Windsor Museums, leads the Windsor Public Art Program, and supports all art, history, and environmental education initiatives in the Town of Windsor. 

Halloween A young girl riding a flamingo receives candy from a witch.Carnival!

October 31st 10am-4pm

Windsor History Museum

This event is free, but registration is required.

Register Here!

This year's Halloween Carnival is going to be spooky yet safe for all of the Windsor Community. When you register, select a time slot for entry. You can enter the event any time during your time slot, and then stay as long as you need to finish your trick-or-treat. Please be sure to register each person in your party, even if they won't be trick-or-treating, so that we can maintain safe numbers at the event.

If you are interested in becoming a candy sponsor for this year's event, please complete and submit this form.

(Un)Settled: A Community Art Exhibition

Photo of tiny skulls strung togetherOpen October 16 to December 19

Click here for more information about the exhibition!

Watch a recording of the virtual awards reception.

Take a virtual tour of the exhibition.

Vote for your favorite artwork for the Community Choice Award!

Help the Town of Windsor Museums Collect YOUR COVID-19 Experiences!

We are in the midst of an historic event! The Town of Windsor Museums collects artifacts that help tell the story of these events to future generations. Just like we can tell the story of the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic or the story of the tornado that ripped through Windsor in 2008, we want to remember how the COVID-19 Pandemic impacted our town. 

Check out the Collecting COVID-19 form to see how you can contribute to Windsor history!

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