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- Entertainment District
One of the most beautiful stadiums in America, home of one of the best teams in baseball.
See the Tigers schedule& order tickets @ www.detroit.tigers.mlb.com
2100 Woodward Avenue,48226
One of the most beautiful stadiums in America, home to the worst team in the history of professional sports.
See the Lions schedule & order tickets @ www.detroitlions.com/ford-field
2000 Brush St # 200, 48226
Detroit’s most opulent theater and home to all types of performances.
See the show schedule & order tickets @ www.OlympiaEntertainment.com
2211 Woodward Avenue, 48226
Home to amazing musical performances throughout the year.
3011 West Grand Boulevard #2250, 48202
For lovers of the latest and LOUDEST musical acts.
2115 Woodward Ave, 48201
Woodward &Witherell, 48226
3663 Woodward Ave # 100, 48201
- Cultural District
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
The world’s largest museum dedicated African American history and culture.
Warren Ave. E and Brush Street, Detroit, 48202
Detroit Institute of the Arts (includes Detroit Film Theater)
Described as the city’s “temple to art”, with more than 100 galleries the DIA contains many of America’s top collections.
5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit, 48202
Museum of Contemporary Art and Design
Present’s art at the forefront of contemporary culture. Featuring artists from Detroit and around the world.
4454 Woodward Avenue, 48201
The New Detroit Science Center
With countless hands-on exhibits, programs that change throughout the year, planetarium, IMAX and other theaters, this is Detroit’s home for experiential learning.
5020 John R Street, 48202
Detroit Historical Museum
With more than 80,000 square feet of exhibition space this museum’s displays and collections span the city’s 300-year history.
5401 Woodward Ave., Detroit, 48202
Mo-Town Historical Museum
Based in the house where Berry Gordy, Jr. got the Motown sound started, the museum traces the roots of Motown’s story from past to present.
2648 West Grand Blvd., Detroit, 48203
- Historic Areas and Neighborhoods
Detroit’s historic produce market, lined with some of the city’s best restaurants.
Corner of Russell and Adelaide Streets, Detroit, 48207
River Walk and Hart Plaza
A sculpted 3.5-mile path along the Detroit river that runs past the GM building and several other local landmarks.
Woodward and Jefferson, Detroit, 48243
Downtown Detroit’s most lively neighborhood.
Vicinity of 532 Monroe St., Detroit, 48226
The center of Detroit’s fastest growing neighborhood.
Vicinity of Bagley and 23rd Street, Detroit, 48216
Lined with excellent restaurants, eclectic shops and surrounded by the campus of Wayne State University (Detroit’s largest college), Cass Corridor is one of the city’s primary cultural centers.
Vicinity of Warren Ave & Cass Ave, Detroit, 48202
Former home to Old Tigers Stadium, Corktown is Detroit’s oldest surviving neighborhood (the name is derived from the many Irish that moved here from Cork county).
Vicinity of Michigan Ave & Harrison St., Detroit, 48216
- Only in Detroit…
A decrepit house turned into a neighborhood treasure.
3360 Charlevoix St., Detroit, 48207
The city’s island park, home to miles of beaches, public and private clubs, parks and the Dossin Great Lakes museum and the Albert Khan Conservatory.
East Grand Blvd. and Jefferson, 48207 (mouth of the bridge to the island)
Mosaic Youth Theatre
Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit empowers young people to create first-rate theatrical and musical art.
For showtimes visit www.mosaicdetroit.org
610 Antoinette Street, 48202
2nd Baptist Church
Founded in 1836, 2nd Baptist was a prominent stop on the Underground Railroad, a favored church of Martin Luther King, Jr., and it is the oldest African-American Church in the Mid-West.
441 Monroe St., 48226
Theatre Bizarre (seasonal)
Currently under threat from Detroit City Government, when operational this is the most authentic act in town.
967 State Fair, Detroit, 48203
Puppet Art Theater
Founded in 1998,PuppetART’s 2pm Saturday afternoon productions, combine an amazing theater performance, a tour of the museum and a workshop in the studio.
25 East Grand River Ave., 48226
Windsor’s bus system makes several stops around downtown Detroit. At present, round trip fare is about $8. You can book tickets by going to: Transit Windsor or calling 519-944-4111
100 E Jefferson Ave # 100, 48226
- Restaurants & Night Life (just a taste…)
71st and 72nd floor of the Renaissance Center offers the best view of the city
200 Renaissance Center, Detroit, 48243
3-level bar with superior service, pool tables and decor.
2233 Park Ave., Detroit, 48201
Beautiful 1920’s style Jazz bar with live entertainment most nights.
2030 Park Ave., Detroit, 48226
Bakers Keyboard Lounge
Opened in May of 1934, this is the world’s oldest Jazz Club. Still featuring top artists from around the world and traditional soul food it is a must for jazz lovers.
20510 Livernois, 48221
Cadieux Café & Feather Bowling
Since its days as a Prohibition-era speakeasy, the Cadieux Cafe has been a social hub for metro Detroit's Belgian population. Open til 2am daily and featuring live musical acts, all are welcome (including non-Belgians).
4300 Cadieux Road, 48224
Floods Bar & Grille
Featuring soul food and live entertainment this is downtowns liveliest bar.
731 Saint Antoine St, 48226
With a storied history, the Majestic features two music venues, a restaurant, pool tables, bowling lanes & several bars.
4120 Woodward Ave, 48201
This self-described “speakeasy” is the City’s premiere vanity bar. Open only Friday nights they feature live acoustic music and eclectic decor.
1439 Griswold St, 48226
Founded only 6 years ago, Slow’s food and philosophy quickly made it an institution and a symbol of the success that is possible where people least expect it.
2138 Michigan Ave., 48216
Vicki’s Barbecue & Shrimp
Excellent food, convenient to the Wayne State Campus.
3845 W Warren Ave., 48208
Serving both fine Italian and Puebla (S. Mexico) cuisines, El Barzon is a restaurant not to be missed.
3710 Junction Street, 48210
Consistently voted as having the best sandwiches in the City.
1300 Porter St, 48226
Rosa Parks Transit Center
The Downtown hub of Detroit’s bus system SMART*
Michigan and Cass Ave., 48226
*SMART = An oxymoron for actual transit policy of Metro-Detroit.
Greyhound Bus Station
Located adjacent to downtown Detroit, this bus station is not too sanitary, but it will get you to Detroit. You may also consider Megabus- Detroit’s next largest bus line.
1001 Howard Street, 48226
The Night Moves
A local bus service with stops in Royal Oak, Ferndale and Downtown Detroit. $10 all-night pass or $6 one way.
Located near the City’s cultural center, this is an excellent way to get to the city.
11 W Baltimore St Detroit, 48202