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Detroit is known worldwide as the Motor City.  There are many points of interest in and around the Metropolitan Detroit area.  We have wonderful shopping venues, theaters for live entertainment, museums and great dining.  There are also casinos, parks, and sports arenas to enjoy as well as our lovely riverfront. 

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pictureMotown Museum

The Motown Historical Museum at 2648 W. Grand Boulevard Detroit, Michigan 48208 was once the headquarters of Motown Records and Tamla Records during the heyday of the Motown Sound in the 1960s. Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, the Supremes, the Temptations, the Four Tops, Smokey Robinson and & Miracles, and the Marvelettes recorded their hits here. The headquarters of Motown was nicknamed Hitsville USA because of the string of hits that Motown produced at its peak.


pictureDetroit Symphony

: Its main performance center is Orchestra Hall at the Max M. Fisher Music Center in Detroit's Midtown neighborhood. Its live concert series is attended by 450,000 people a year and includes a series of free educational concerts for children.


pictureComerica Park

Home of the Detroit Tigers, this is no ordinary ballpark. Combination theme park, ballpark, and baseball museum, it features huge statues of tigers, a Ferris wheel, carousel (with tigers, of course) and a fountain that celebrates each home run with colored lights and music.


pictureDetroit RiverFront

A not-to-be-missed destination for visitors. The Detroit International Riverfront is 5 ½ miles of open Riverfront from the Ambassador Bridge to Gabriel Richard Park, just east of the Belle Isle Bridge. Consisting of pavilions, a public art program, parks and green space, all connected by the ever popular RiverWalk. The Dequindre Cut Greenway connects the east and west Riverwalks in a 1.35-mile greenway which offers a pedestrian link between the Riverfront, Eastern Market and many of the residential neighborhoods in between with a 20-foot-wide paved pathway, that includes separate lanes for pedestrian and bicycle traffic..