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Things to do in Detroit 2018-05-30T14:10:42+00:00

JUNE 6 – 8, 2018 | DETROIT, MI

Things to do in Detroit

TOP ATTRACTIONS, SO COME EARLY, STAY LATE

Motown Museum – One of Michigan’s most popular tourist destinations, the Motown Museum is home to many Motown artifacts, photographs and other memorabilia. Visitors also have the ability to view the restored upper flat where Berry Gordy lived.

Henry Ford Museum – American innovation at its finest is on display at the Henry Ford Museum. Walk yourself through the past innovations that fueled the imagination of generations to come.

Greenfield Village – Over 80 acres of American innovation with 7 historic districts is what you will find at Greenfield Village. Enjoy events, shops, dining and historical rides, including the Model T, horse-drawn carriage and more.

Detroit Riverfront – Steps from the host hotel, the Detroit Riverfront gives a boardwalk-type feel along the Detroit River.

Comerica Park – The Detroit Tigers are home against the Cleveland Indians on Friday, June 8th at 7:10pm.

AT THE CENTER OF ACTIVITY

There are more than 20 dining options within the hotel building from a Food Court with 14 restaurants to upscale restaurants that include Joe Muer Seafood, Andiamos, and Volt Bar & Lounge

In a 14-block radius you will find more than 400 restaurants and bars, and plenty of shopping options

PLAY

Fowling
3901 Christopher St., Hamtramack, MI 48211
Reservations: 313.264.1288
Find out more information here.
$10 per person/per hour
Or $120 per lane/ 2 hours

Feather Bowling
4300 Cadieux Rd.
Reservations: 313.882.8560
$30 per lane/per hour
Find out more here.

Punch Bowl Social
1331 Broadway St.
Reservations: 313.749.9738
Find out more here.

Eastern Market
2934 Russell Ave.
www.easternmarket.com
Experience one of the oldest and largest year-round markets in the US.

CONCERTS

St. Andrew’s Hall
431 E. Congress St., Detroit, MI 48226
313.961.8961
Find list of shows here.

Fox Theater
2211 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
313.471.3200
Find list of shows here.

DTE Energy
7774 Sashabaw Road, Village of Clarkston, MI 48348
248.377.0100
Find list of shows here.

Detroit Tigers Baseball
2100 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
313.962.4000
Buy Tickets here.
Season Range | March – October

CASINOS

MotorCity Casino
2901 Grand River Ave. | 866.782.9622
The car-themed casino features nearly 3,000 slots, plus gaming tables. Six dining choices include an upscale contemporary American restaurant, a buffet and an old-school-style diner. Entertainment is covered with four music/lounge venues.

Greektown Casino
555 E. Lafayette St. | 313.223.2999
No matter what you want to play, they’ve got your game. From the newest slots and table games to live power, they have 100,000 sq. ft. of exiting action-packed choices.

MGM Grand Casino
1777 Third St. | 877.888.2121
MGM Grand Detroit serves up a premier gaming experience that is draped in modern luxuries, luxe décor and push places to relax and play.

MUSEUMS

Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA)
5200 Woodward Ave. | 313.833.7900
Detroit Institute of Arts is the city’s crown jewel. The museums Beaux Arts building is massive, with more than 100 galleries, but if you choose carefully among the collections, you can be in and out in two hours.
Buy Tickets Here.

Motown Museum
2648 West Grand Blvd. | 313.875.2264
The Motown Museum, which was founded in 1985, is one of Southeast Michigan’s most popular tourist destinations. Visitors come from across America and throughout the world to stand in Studio A.
Website

Detroit Historical Museum
5401 Woodward Ave | 313.833.7935
Website | Tickets to the museum are free.

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCAD)
4454 Woodward Ave | 313.832.6622
Website

Michigan Science Center
4454 Woodward Ave | 313.832.6622
Website

Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village
20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124-5029
313.982.6001
Website
*Located 20-25 minutes outside of Detroit

TOURS

Downtown Walking Tour/Downtown Art & Architecture
Book a tour here.

Infinity-Ovation Yacht Charters
586.778.7030
Find out more here.

Ford Factory Rouge Tour
20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124-5029
313.982.6001
Find out more here.
Walk through a real-life truck plant, view one of the world’s largest “living roofs” and see a gallery of iconic Ford vehicles produced at the Rouge.

SHOPPING

City Bird
460 W Canfield St, Detroit, MI 48201
313.831.9146
www.ilovecitybird.com
Offers Detroit themed accessories, as well as 200 designers whose work is for sale.

Detroit vs. Everybody Store
400 Monroe Ave, Ste. #340 | 313.401.7522
www.detroitvseverybody.com
Offers anything & everything that is Detroit!

Detroit Athletic Co.
1744 Michigan Ave. | 313.961.3550
www.detroitathletic.com
Offers largest selection of Detroit sports apparel.

John Varvatos
1500 Woodward Ave. | 313.437.8095
www.johnvarvatos.com
Upscale men’s clothing

Nest
460 W. Canfield St. | 313.831.9776
www.nestdetroit.com
Fine housewares

Shinola
441 W. Canfield St. | 313.285.2390
www.shinola.com
Shop Shinola’s watches, leather goods, bicycles & journals hand assembled by artisans in Detroit.

Somerset Collection*
2800 W Big Beaver Rd, Troy, MI 48084
248.643.6360
*Located in Troy, Michigan
25 minutes from downtown
Website
Upscale shopping

Third Man Records
441 W. Canfield St. | 313.209.5205
www.thirdmanrecords.com
Founded by Jack White of the White Stripes. Record store, novelties lounge, in-store performance stage & record booth.

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