Detroit Sights

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Detroit Zoo

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More than 2,800 animals from about 300 species live uncaged in natural habitats at the Highlights include a large penguinarium, a walk-through...

Edsel & Eleanor Ford House

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Ford's son Edsel built the a 60-room Cotswold-style residence on 87 acres. Albert Kahn designed the 1929 home, which boasts a large collection...

Fair Lane

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Henry Ford's blends a Scottish Baronial style with a simple Arts and Crafts design. Here, you'll get a look at the bowling alley where...


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one of Detroit's most popular entertainment districts, is centered Downtown on Monroe Street. Markets, bars, coffeehouses, shops, and...

Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village

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Dearborn's is America's largest indoor-outdoor museum. It charts the country's evolution from rural to industrial society through exhibits...

Historic Cranbrook House and Gardens

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is an Arts and Crafts-style mansion designed by Albert Kahn for newspaper publisher George Booth and his wife, Ellen. Situated on a 319-acre...

Meadow Brook Hall

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The opulent was built in the late 1920s for Matilda Dodge, widow of auto pioneer John Dodge. The 110-room, 88,000-square-foot, Tudor-revival...

Pewabic Pottery

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At founded in 1903, you can see where the brilliantly glazed ceramic Pewabic tiles found in buildings throughout the nation—including...

Second Baptist Church of Detroit

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organized in 1836, is Detroit's oldest black congregation. The church was an important stop on the Underground Railroad, and African-Americans...

University Cultural Center

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Located 2½ mi from Downtown via Woodward Avenue, the also known as Midtown, is a collection of art, history, and science museums and...


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