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  • Save 20% or more to the best attractions in Detroit

    Love your time in Detroit with The D Discount Pass from visitdetroit.com

  • Discover Detroit, America's Great Comeback City.

    People who live and work in The D share their personal prides and pleasures of America's great comeback city.

  • NAIAS Takes Over the Motor City

    Come see the future on wheels at the North American International Auto Show Jan. 11-24 at Cobo Center.

  • Get Your Game On

    Win big, cash in and party hard at Detroit's three Vegas-style casinos.

  • Heads Up!

    Watch the famous Big Head Corps march the streets of Woodward Avenue at this year's America’s Thanksgiving Parade. Nov. 26.

  • Ahhh … Sparkly

    Get all twinkly and tingly during the holiday season at downtown Rochester’s Big, Bright Light Show. Nov. 24-Jan. 4.

  • Expect The Best at The Henry

    Trip Advisor recently awarded this Dearborn Autograph Collection hotel a Certificate of Excellence. Don't miss the hotel's stunning art collection assembled by Park West Gallery.


    Marvel as stingrays, sharks and other aquatic creatures swim overhead at Sea Life Michigan Aquarium at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets.


Upcoming Events

  • Free Press Talmer Bank Marathon

    Detroit Free Press Talmer Bank Marathon

    Don’t think you can run 26.2 miles? Well, you don’t have to. Relays are available, so is a half-marathon and a simpler 5K. And, you can walk it if you like. Oct. 17-18.

  • Nick Cave Here Hear

    Nick Cave: Here Hear

    Cranbrook Art Museum hosts this symbolic exhibit featuring Cave’s famous embellished costumes known as Soundsuits. The suits, inspired by African art, are designed for sound, mobility and dance. Through Oct. 11.

  • Bram Stokers Dracula Macomb Center

    Bram Stoker’s Dracula

    Halloween is creeping up. That means Dracula is, too. But this isn’t a cute, animated, family-friendly count. This is a live radio play, and Stoker’s original intent (and the darkness he casts) billows into the room like graveyard fog. Oct. 15.


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