PLACES TO CHECK OUT
The Detroit Region is home to many world-renowned attractions and sites for you to explore. You can spend an afternoon touring art museums, learning about our automotive history, or simply watching the sun set over Belle Isle. All you need to do is plan your perfect day out, and we will provide all of the tickets you need.
* Due to COVID-19, we recommend checking each establishment’s website for revised hours of operation and COVID protocol.
Explore how the automobile and other American innovation have transformed society over the past 100+ years through the Henry Ford Museum’s collection of authentic artifacts showcasing American ingenuity.
The Ford Rouge Factory at the Henry Ford Museum gives you an inside look at the making of America’s most iconic truck, the Ford F-150. Experience a real scale factory floor as you pop open the hood and explore game-changing technology, design and American grit.
Located on the Detroit River, Belle Isle is home to a number of attractions including an aquarium, conservatory, nature center and the James Scott Memorial Fountain.
The Detroit Institute of Arts is home to over 100 galleries and 65,000 pieces of artwork. From ancient Egypt to contemporary European works and everything in between, the DIA will excite the art and history buff alike.
Browse through contemporary art, architecture, craft and design from the 20th-21st centuries at the Cranbrook Art Museum. The museum’s sprawling campus also holds alluring sculptures and gardens.
Travel back in time and walk the cobblestone streets and stores of 19th century Detroit. Explore 300 years of the city’s history from the fur trade to the Arsenal of Democracy and Kid Rock’s Music Lab.
Whether you are an architectural buff, new to downtown, a foodie, or want to explore the diverse communities that make up the city, DFX has a tour for you.
Get your daily dose of Vitamin Z when you visit the Detroit Zoo, home to 125 acres of naturalistic exhibits, and 2,400 animals, representing over 235 species.
Discover the home of Hitsville U.S.A. at the original headquarters and music studio of Motown Records. This museum documents Motown’s history through artifacts, photographs, and other valued memorabilia.
Named Best Riverwalk in the country by 2021 USA Today Detroit’s Riverfront offers amazing views of the river, our Canadian neighbors, green spaces and parks, plazas and pavilions.