2022 National Association of Women Judges Annual Conference
Welcome to Detroit! Home of American innovation, a one-of-a-kind culture, an exciting arts scene, insatiable food options and most importantly, a community that can’t wait to share their passion for Detroit with you. Visit Detroit is proud to welcome and host your 44th Annual National Association of Women Judges Conference!
This year’s event will take place at the newly renovated, Westin Book Cadillac Hotel. For fours days, you will have the chance to connect with peers, learn from subject matter experts, networking, and most importantly, exploring our premier city.
This guide is curated by our content editors to ensure that all attendees can maximize their time while here. As a perfect bleisure destination, we believe in balance; work hard, play hard, relax hard. Learn more about the neighborhoods surrounding your hotel, peruse itineraries filled with Detroit gems and must-sees, Detroiters favorite places to eat and drink, what to do in the city when the sun goes down, transportation options and more.
Detroit’s oldest neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and currently, one of Detroit’s most popular neighborhoods to visit. Find this hipster haven with lots of friendly pubs, restaurants and dive bar hangouts.Discover Corktown Detroit
The District’s main feature is the Little Caesars Arena, home to the Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons, other sports and entertainment events, concerts, family shows and community functions. The surrounding block fills the rest of the District with restaurants, retail and local small businesses.Discover the District
One of the country’s oldest farmers markets, Eastern Market on Tuesdays and Saturdays is full of fruit, veggies, flowers, food and more. Beyond the market, you’ll find the highest concentration of murals in the city, unique restaurants, retailers, and more.Discover Eastern Market
This downtown district is a hub of big activity with theaters, music venues and two of downtown’s professional sports facilities, Comerica Park and Ford Field, side by side.Discover More
Walk the streets of Greektown, and take in the people, the atmosphere and the authentic feel of old world Greece. Home to one of three Detroit casinos.Discover Greektown Detroit
Home to Wayne State University, Shinola and the major cultural institutions, Midtown boasts unique art galleries and markets, quirky independent retail shops, clubs and some of the best don’t-want-to-miss cuisine in metro Detroit. One of the area’s most walkable, eccentric communities.Discover Midtown Detroit
This walkable riverfront community welcomes bikers, walkers and sightseers alike. The Detroit International RiverWalk connects bars, restaurants, an amphitheater and other public amenities. Rent a bike, take a tour, enjoy views of Detroit’s international neighbor, Canada.Things to Do on the Detroit Riverfront
Itineraries & Guides to Detroit
From must-see museums, live music, a walkable international riverfront, an explosive art scene, three casinos that run 24/7, sporting arenas, growing public green spaces, classic theaters and endless hip hangouts for all interests and vibes.
Need help planning your trip? Our new Detroit Travel Guide makes it so easy to customize your trip from start to finish. Looking for more pre-planned options? Be sure to check out our Detroit Experiences Packages.
Ready. Set. Explore.
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Food & Drink in Detroit
A must visit city on every foodie’s bucket list, Detroit has a variety of dining and bar options featuring new eateries and watering holes, from gastro pubs and distilleries to French bistros and burger bars, many featuring locally grown ingredients.
When in Detroit, do as Detroiters do and make sure to try the foods only found in Detroit. Detroit style pizza. Coney dogs. Better Made Chips. Corned Beef sandwiches. Detroit Brew Trail. Trust us, you won’t want to leave without trying all of them!
Eat. Drink. Repeat.
Unwind & Enjoy
Whether you need a spa day or want to take your time enjoying the sites, Detroit has it all.
As the home of one of the top museum collections in the country, the first African American history museum, and the only UNESCO city in the country for our architecture, it’s easy to lose track of time exploring some of what the city has to offer.
Grab a friend or two and use these recommendations as resource to curate your perfect experience.
Breathe. Discover. Enjoy.
Detroit offers nonstop flights to 150 destinations in the world. And once on the ground, the area is known for having one of the most efficient road systems around. When in the city, travel the QLine from downtown up to Midtown.
Thinking of visiting our sister city, Ann Arbor? Hop on the D2A2 for direct transportation between the two cities.
Walk. Scoot. Bike.