Detroit is all about music and live theater. The Fox Theatre in the downtown area is among the very best in the nation.
The annual America’s Thanksgiving Parade is on par with those televised on national TV prior to the annual Thanksgiving Day feasts and football events, and is one of the best holiday events in Metro Detroit!
Greenfield Village provides lifelike recreations of historic times and places over a very large campus donated by Henry Ford. Greenfield Village gives you a first-hand feel for what it was like to live in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The Detroit Zoo is the largest in Michigan and is host to a wide range of exotic species and other animals. It is open 362 days of the year, which makes it a great destination throughout the winter months.
The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History is one of the first of its kind and helps to affirm Detroit’s significance for people of African-American descent.
A wintertime trip to Detroit can be downright romantic if you and your significant other take a trip to Belle Isle. The annual Belle Isle Holiday Stroll offers family-oriented fun and recreation with a holiday theme.
Enjoy a variety of winter activities including ice sculptures, ice skating, local musicians, and marshmallow roasting throughout the winter months.