Detroit Institute of Arts
From the oldest cultures to the present, the Detroit Institute of Arts showcases a representative cross-section of human artistic accomplishment.
Visitors may tour the real recording studio where Marvin Gaye and other famous musicians created hit songs as well as the home of Berry Gordy Jr.
Ford Piquette Avenue Plant
The Model T, which revolutionized the automobile industry and paved the path for the future of personal transportation, was created at the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant.
Amazingly many creatures from all over the world may be found at the Detroit Zoo, here one may view beloved creatures like rhinos, lions, zebras, giraffes, etc.
Michigan Science Center
The goal of Science Center is to encourage people of all ages who are inquisitive to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and other related fields.
In addition to the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory, Belle Isle, an island in the Detroit River, is renowned for its lovely gardens, hiking paths, and sports facilities.
Baseball museum, amusement park, and ballpark all coexist at Comerica Park. The facility is most known as the baseball team's home field, the Detroit Tigers.
Masonic Temple of Detroit
Built of Indiana limestone, the Masonic Temple of Detroit is a typical example of Gothic design. The biggest temple of its sort in the world, it was dedicated in 1926.
In the center of the city, Eastern Market (Detroit), which has thrived for more than 150 years with fresh food, restaurants, businesses, and more, is also a popular tourist site.
Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village
The Henry Ford Museum provides a broad overview of the evolution of American culture and technical progress from the days of the early settlers to the present.