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2211 Woodward Ave (2211 Woodward Ave)
Detroit, MI 48201
Opened in 1928, the Detroit Fox is one of 5 Fox Theaters across the United States. It was the first movie theater in the world to be constructed with built-in equipment for sound films.
5200 Woodward Ave (5200 Woodward Ave)
Detroit, MI 48202
Founded in 1885, the DIA's collection is among the top 6 in the US. In 2000 the DIA opened the GM Center for African American Art in order to broaden the museum's collection of African American art.
3011 W Grand Blvd (3011 W Grand Blvd)
Detroit, MI 48202
One of the most beautiful places in all Detroit
2115 Woodward Ave (2115 Woodward Ave)
Detroit, MI 48201
Go here to see concerts, GREAT venue!
2648 W Grand Blvd (2648 W Grand Blvd)
Detroit, MI 48208
Founded in 1985, the museum preserves the legacy of the Motown Record Corp. The exhibits include collections of historical photographs, artwork, music, costumes & other memorabilia from the era.
10125 E Jefferson Ave (10125 E Jefferson Ave)
Detroit, MI 48214
Book a tour and make your own tiles! So fun.
315 E Warren Ave (315 E Warren Ave)
Detroit, MI 48201
Provides great exhibitions based on collections exploring the history & culture of African Americans and their origins. See more great accomplishments by African Americans: http://bet.us/BHM
2030 Park Ave (2030 Park Ave)
Detroit, MI 48226
Happy Hour is INCREDIBLE! Tuesday-Friday 4-7pm: 50 cent PBR drafts increasing 25 cents every 1/2 hour. $2 Domestics. $3 Crafts. $5 Cocktails.
1526 Broadway St (1526 Broadway St)
Detroit, MI 48226
The old Grand Circus Theater was transformed into this opera house, which opened on January 22, 1922. Featured artists have included jazz legends Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington.
5401 Woodward Ave (5401 Woodward Ave)
Detroit, MI 48202
Founded in 1921, the museum was known as "Detroit's best kept secret." They receive more than 250,000 visitors annually and showcase more than 300 years of Detroit's history.
17360 Lahser Rd (17360 Lahser Rd)
Detroit, MI 48219
Come at 730 for the organ music before the movie and grab great seats!!
5200 Woodward Ave (5200 Woodward Ave)
Detroit, MI 48202
Catch an incredible foreign, documentary, cult, or art film here!
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4114 W Vernor Hwy (4114 W Vernor Hwy)
Detroit, MI 48209
The margarita pizza is fantastic! It's also a great venue for bands!
3711 Woodward Ave (3711 Woodward Ave)
Detroit, MI 48201
Originally built for the symphony in 1919, this building was saved from destruction and now houses the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, which is the fourth oldest orchestra in the United States.
3600 Heidelberg St. (3600 Heidelberg St.)
Detroit, MI 48207
Walk around the 25 year-old public art project and feel like you've wandered into some sort of bizarre alternate reality -- the kind Tim Burton would've directed.
20510 Livernois Ave (20510 Livernois Ave)
Detroit, MI 48221
Baker's is a Detroit icon, with an incredible history and soul food menu to match. The fried chicken is everyone's favorite, so don't miss it, and the entertainment is legendary. [Eater 38 Member]
1551 Winder St (1551 Winder St)
Detroit, MI 48207
Mark M's work was totally worth the 5 min drive!
Coleman A Young Municipal Center (Coleman A Young Municipal Center)
Detroit, MI 48226
Spark Your Senses with the Chevy Spark! Cruise past the Spirit of Detroit statue, to be reminded of what’s at the heart of Detroit.
4719 Woodward Ave (4719 Woodward Ave)
Detroit, MI 48201
This nonprofit gallery for contemporary art showcases the work of emerging and established Detroit and Michigan artists.
3711 Woodward Ave (3711 Woodward Ave)
Detroit, MI 48201
If you have the chance, catch a concert. Tickets are cheap, and the DSO is a major symphony orchestra, playing at a world-class level.
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