Family-friendly, Shopping and Dining
A distinctive point on the Detroit skyline, this collection of skyscrapers is the global headquarters of General Motors and a popular entertainment destination.
Admire artifacts from Ancient Greece and Rome, paintings by European masters and sculptures by American greats at this extensive museum.
This immense island park not far from downtown has impressive architecture, outstanding views of the Detroit skyline and lots of green space for relaxing.
See where some of music’s greats kicked-off their careers and learn how Motown founder Berry Gordy started his influential music labels.
An educational facility that documents and celebrates the African American experience, this museum has been enthralling visitors of all backgrounds since 1965.
Host to enchanting operas, dance shows and Broadway productions, this is one of the city’s most prestigious venues.
Using your smartphone, you'll be given nearly 150 objects to find during your scavenger hunt. You'll then wander throughout the downtown area searching for the items. Once you've found the object, you'll send a photo in to score points.
Explore Detroit’s glory days, recent struggles, and prospects for renewal with an afternoon spent walking its streets with a local guide. Visit historic landmarks and abandoned spaces while learning about the Motor City’s storied past and bright future.
Discover the historic landmarks and hidden sites of a great American city in flux on this walking tour of Detroit. Ride the People Mover to a vibrant Greektown neighborhood, see grand structures like the Guardian Building, and enjoy a classic Detroit treat.
Welcome to Cedar Point Shores Waterpark featuring 18 acres of splish-splashin' family fun! Kids will love Lakeslide Landing where pint-sized slides, geysers and fountains are fun to play around. And our mythical Lake Erie monster, Lemmy, is ready to play at Lemmy’s Lagoon.
Get out your walking shoes for an epic tour of the landmarks and local haunts in Detroit's historic Corktown. Get to know the oldest neighborhood left in the city, from its colorful Victorian homes to the grand ruins of Michigan Central Station, and try some of the best food in town.
Enjoy two visits to Cedar Point and Cedar Point Shores any two days the parks are open to the public during the 2019 season for one low price! You can even visit both parks both times you visit.