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Detroit is America’s great comeback city and the people who live and work here will tell you why. Listen and watch as they describe all the things that are happening here at every turn, and why The D’s revitalization and energy make it a great place to visit.
Detroit. Discover amazing around every corner.
The Detroit Institute of Arts’ Rivera Court is just one of its many masterpieces. But beyond the museum and around every corner, the city has many more treasures that amaze and delight. Enticing dining, a lively nightlife, culture and more are waiting to wow when you discover Detroit, America’s great comeback city.
Lake St. Clair is the heart of the Great Lakes. Its pristine waters and the surrounding area offer visitors a huge variety of outdoor activities. From fishing to boating to biking to great local parks and dining, fun abounds.
Detroit’s influence on the world just begins with the Motown Museum, which preserves the birthplace of a musical legacy that moved the world. The D is rich with stores of creativity and culture around every corner. Explore the energy and entrepreneurial spirit that makes America’s great comeback city such an energized and enriching place.
From walkable downtowns like Rochester to multilevel malls and premium outlet centers, Detroit-area shopping offers the eclectic, trendy and classic. So whether you’re looking for unique boutiques, big name brands or a surprising discovery, you’ll find it here.
Riding in a vintage Model T at Greenfield Village at The Henry Ford is just the start of all the exciting experiences Detroit offers. From exploring musical history at the Motown Museum to a ball game at Comerica Park to the famous tastes of American Coney Island, Detroit always has something great to see and do.
“Your trip to the Metro-Detroit area wouldn't be complete without visiting a local Coney Island restaurant ... Coney Dogs are uniquely delicious, inexpensive and basically Detroit in a bun. Bon appetit!” – Steven B.
Book a dinner cruise or go for a late-night moonlight party aboard the Detroit Princess. The five-story riverboat is back in action for the season.
Fall is in full swing and that means Detroit Red Wings hockey at The Joe. No ticket? Cobo Joe's is a surefire hot spot on game days.
Watch Discover the D TV to learn all about the hidden gems and history that our city has to offer.