Things to do in Detroit
From Model-T to Marvin Gaye
The Motor City, Motown, Paris of the Midwest, Detroit Rock City, Hockeytown, and the Renaissance City: These are just a handful of Detroit’s monikers earned over the decades, each applicable today. From Coney dogs to art deco architecture—not to mention a long list of things to do—its singular history, cultural contributions, and invincible spirit give this city a distinct identity felt by all who visit. Stay for a few days, and you’ll understand why one of its slogans is, “In Detroit, Life Is Worth Living.”
Top 5 attractions in Detroit
LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Michigan
The Henry Ford
Detroit Institute of Arts
Top activities in Detroit
Explore undiscovered beauty of Detroit
Private Antique Car Tour of Historic Belle Isle
Private MotorCities National Heritage Area Antique Car Tour
Detroit Dash Scavenger Hunt
Private Departure Transfer to Detroit Airport DTW
Private Transfer from Detroit City to Detroit (DTW) Airport
Detroit - Wayne County Airport One Way Transfer
Private Transfer from Detroit (DTW) Airport to Detroit City
Terra Cotta Warriors Day Tour
Corporate Airport Transportation Serving Detroit And Suronding Cites!
Amazing Ann Arbor Scavenger Hunt
Outdoor Luxury Themed Picnic Setup in Detroit
Adventurous Scavenger Hunt in Ann Arbor by Zombie Scavengers
Private Departure Transfer - to Detroit Airport (DTW) by SUV
Adventurous Scavenger Hunt in Detroit by Zombie Scavengers
Private Arrival Transfer from Detroit Airport DTW
Experience the season with a scavenger hunt in Ann Arbor with Holly Jolly Hunt
All about Detroit
When to visit
The best time to visit Detroit is late spring or early fall. In addition to offering visitors the most pleasant temperatures, these times of the year also showcase Michigan’s natural beauty—even in an urban center. Detroit winters are notoriously cold and long, and summers can be uncomfortably hot and humid. However, the city is well-equipped to handle all types of weather, and visitors can expect clear roads and sidewalks year-round.
The Motor City was—not surprisingly—designed for cars. Today, the fastest and most convenient way to get around the sprawling metropolis is by vehicle. Visitors without a car can explore downtown Detroit via the QLine streetcar, People Mover light rail, rideshare apps, and a comprehensive bus system. With its flat terrain and ample bike lanes, Detroit is a cycle-friendly city. Download the Transit app to access its MoGo bike-sharing program.
Visit museums! Detroit is proud of its vibrant history, which is beautifully presented in its dozens of museums. The Detroit Institute of Arts, Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, Greenfield Village, Motown Museum, and Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History all offer engaging exhibits centered around the city and the world as a whole. Be sure to check opening times before your arrival, as some may be closed on select days.