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Detroit is a melting pot of ethnicities and we're proud to celebrate our diversity with museums, festivals and, above all, food. You don't have to travel far in The D to immerse yourself in the customs of another world.
Arab American National Museum
First and only museum devoted to Arab-American history and culture. (Dearborn/Wayne District)
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
World's largest institution dedicated to the African-American experience. (Downtown Detroit District)
Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus
America's first freestanding Holocaust museum. (Greater Novi District)
Polish Art Center
Showcasing Hamtramck's treasury of Polish heritage. (Downtown Detroit District)
Delicious dining, dancing, gaming. Opa! (Downtown Detroit District)
Michigan's most diverse city, with a strong Polish heritage. (Downtown Detroit District)
Detroit's Hispanic enclave is alive with food, bakeries, music and dancing. (Downtown Detroit District)
When walking the exhibit halls in Henry Ford Museum, don’t miss the bus where Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat, the chair in which Abraham Lincoln was assassinated and a camp bed slept on by George Washington.
More than a dozen bronze sculptures by Michigander Alexander Buchan commemorate the automotive innovators. Through Sept. 28.
Escape to neighboring Canada, where adventures await in Windsor, Essex County and Pelee Island. We’ll hold down the fort here.
Watch as inspiring Detroiters talk about the best of Detroit and why we are America's great comeback city.