OK, we’ve declared that if you crave cars, culture, gaming, music or sports, Detroit has your back with a full load of activities in every category. When you scan these suggested themed experiences, you’ll see why our claim is ironclad. Plus, we’ve thrown in a few extra itineraries covering food, history, romance and more. Check them out and start penciling in your favorites.
Save 20 percent or more on some of Detroit's best attractions. All you have to do is print off The D Discount Pass or download the digital barcode from Visit Detroit and present it upon admission to a participating member.
We may be headed for the brute months of a Michigan winter, but before we get there take a little time to enjoy the warm and festive spirit of the season. Metro Detroit offers infinite possibilities that will keep your pre- and post-holiday activities calendar full.
Put on your comfortable shoes, fill your wallet full of credit cards with a zero balance and exercise that eye that always finds the best bargains. Metro Detroit has shopping centers and outlet malls with discounts galore. Many of them with special deals and weekend bargains just for deer widows armed with days of independence.
Fall in Michigan marks the time of year that those who hunt leave their significant others to saunter in the woods in search of a white-tailed prize. Peruse our guide to hunting for events and entertainment fun during Deer Widows Weekend.
“I love the weekends in Detroit. Concerts, sporting events, great people, food, and drinks!” – John E.
Car junkies and auto lovers, Autopalooza 2016 kicks off on June 3 with the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix. A bunch of other roaring car-themed cruises and events run through the end summer.
April 8 is opening day for Tiger's baseball. Here's a list of hot spots for you to hit before and after the game.
The Detroit Institute of Arts is rich with history and culture. Rivera Court is a must-see for metro Detroiters and visitors.