Visit Detroit for Autopalooza
OK, we’ve declared that if you crave cars, culture, gaming, music or sports, Detroit has your back with a full load of activities in every category. When you scan these suggested themed experiences, you’ll see why our claim is ironclad. Plus, we’ve thrown in a few extra itineraries covering food, history, romance and more. Check them out and start penciling in your favorites.
Breweries, brew bars, pubs and dives devoted to serving Michigan-made and craft beers are serious business across Michigan. Some on our short (non-inclusive) list have just opened for biz; others are long-standing. Visit them all and enjoy the finest Michigan-made brew.
When touring the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, remember you’re covering 60 rooms spread over 30,000 square feet of space.
Lace up your corset or don your wizarding finery and head to Holly for some jousting, sword-swallowing and general Renaissance shenanigans. Aug. 16-Sept. 28.
Schedule your own guided bike tour and learn about (and taste) Detroit’s brewing past and present. $35/person, 10-person minimum; bike rentals available.
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