Several museums, concert venues, dinner theaters and a variety of other entertainment establishments within easy reach give Windsor a cultural advantage.
Boardwalk Park is the place to be for the best in culture and entertainment. The park is home to the free Summer Concert Series, which features local and regional bands playing everything from jazz and ’40s big band sounds to country and rock music. Enjoy this entertainment every Thursday night from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. throughout the summer months.
This is also the site for the Windsor Museum at Boardwalk Park. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day, the history of Windsor comes to life through these living museums depicting life on the high plains in the 1800s. The buildings that make up part of the museum showcase the architecture and heritage of the early immigrants who settled in the area. Patrons can walk through the restored Railroad Depot, the German from Russia Beet Shanty and Pioneer Church. Recent additions to the Windsor Museum include the opening of Windsor’s Art and Heritage Center in the historic Old Town Hall, the Whitehall Pioneer Schoolhouse and Teacher’s Quarters, the Germans from Russia Summer Kitchen, the newly remodeled Windsor Lake Community Park and the Windsor Severance Fire Museum.
Windsor is located just minutes from the University of Northern Colorado and Colorado State University, and the University of Colorado-Boulder is less than an hour away. All three schools offer a full range of top-notch collegiate sports teams and cultural programming.