Attractions






Assemble Sound - Located in a historic church in Corktown, Assemble Sound is a collaboration of Musicians in Detroit. Head to the Church for a live show, listening party or for an educational seminar on the music industry. 



 
Belle Isle - Belle Isle is a 1000 acre island on the Detroit river that features the Belle Isle Aquarium, the Belle Isle Conservatory, the Belle Isle Nature Zoo, the Detroit Yacht Club on an adjacent island, the James Scott Memorial Fountain, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, a Coast Guard station, a municipal golf course and numerous monuments.





Charles H. Wright Museum - Founded in 1965, it holds the world's largest permanent exhibit on African American culture.




Cobo Center - Cobo opened its door in 1960. Historically it served as an event and music venue that featured acts like Kiss and Cher. Now it is the home of the North American International Auto Show and many other conventions throughout the year.


 
Comerica Park - Comerica is the home of the Detroit Tigers! It was built in 2000 and has been hosting the team ever since. The ballpark offers up lots of local food and drinks.




The Crofoot - Located north of Detroit, at the other end of Woodward, this building actually houses three venues within its walls. The Crofoot Ballroom, The Pike Room and The Vernors Room are all great venues to catch a live show.





Detroit Historical Museum - This museum chronicles the history of the Detroit area from cobblestone streets and 19th century stores, to the auto assembly line, toy trains, fur trading from the 18th century, and much more.




Dequindre Cut - This two mile recreational path connects the East Riverfront with the Eastern Market. The cut was formerly a Grand Trunk Railroad line and features amazing graffiti and artwork along the way.



Detroit RiverWalk Featuring a beautiful Carousel and landmarks like the Renaissance Center and Joe Louis Arena, the Detroit RiverWalk is a pedestrian path that allows you to stroll along the rivers edge.




Detroit Zoo - Located just north of the city, the Detroit Zoo is home to over 2,000 animals. Highlights include the Great Apes of Harambee, The Arctic Ring of Life and the Polk Penguin Conservations Center. 




DIA - The DIA has has one of the largest and most significant art collections in the United States including works by Andy Warhol and Diego Rivera.


DNR Outdoor Adventure Center - An outdoor experience with hands on activities for the whole family.





Eastern Market - One of the oldest and largest year round outdoor markets in the country. Pick up local produce, flowers, and goods every Saturday. The market is also open on Tuesdays and there is a street market on Sundays.





The Fillmore - Historical Venue that was built in 1925 used to be called The State Theatre and The Palms.





 
Ford Field - Ford Field opened its doors in 2002 and is home to the Detroit Lions. The stadium hosted Super Bowl XL back in 2006 and has held some huge concerts over the years. 






The Garden Bowl - The Garden Bowl was built in 1913 and is Detroit's oldest continuously operating bowling alley.









Go Comedy! - Located just north of Detroit in Ferndale, Go Comedy is a great place to watch some improv or a show featuring some of the funniest people in town.




Hamtramck Disneyland - A whimsical display of yard art folk art created by Dmytro Szylak in Hamtramck. The installation is now maintained by Hatch





The Henry Ford & Greenfield Village - The Henry Ford is a large indoor and outdoor history museum complex and a National Historic Landmark.








Inner State Gallery - An awesome gallery and the group behind Murals in the Market







Joe Louis Fist - A 24 foot arm and fist dedicated to boxing legend Joe Louis in 1986.







Library Street Collective - An art gallery located in the heart of Detroit. 







Little Caesars Arena - Little Caesars Arena will open in the fall of 2017. It will be the home of The Red Wings and The Pistons as well as a variety of stores, hotels and restaurants.





Main Art Theatre - Located in Royal Oak, this historic movie theatre was built in the 1940s. It's known for showing independent films and for their Midnight Movies, bringing your favorite films back to the big screen.






Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle - Located in Royal Oak, this comedy club brings some of the biggest names in comedy to its stage. 




Marvin’s Marvelous Mechanical Museum - A truly marvelous museum with over 100 unique coin operated devices, both old and new.





Masonic Temple - The Masonic Temple was built by the Freemasons in 1922. It has 16 floors and 1,037 rooms, including ballrooms and churches. Today it is the home of one of Detroit's most popular music venues and Theatre Bizarre, one of the city's most popular Halloween parties. It is also known to be haunted! 






Michigan Central Station - A true landmark in the City of Detroit, the train station is located in the heart of Corktown. That station operated from January of 1914 until January of 1988, and currently is vacant.




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