The Spirit Of Detroit is a city monument that features a large bronze statue that was created by Marshall Fredericks and is located at the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center (2 Woodward Ave., Detroit MI). The monument was commissioned in…Read more.
If you need are looking for things to do in Detroit with kids, the Cranbrook Institute of Science is always a great weekend destination. The Museum of Natural History (39221 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills MI) offers hands-on science experiments, the…Read more.
We’ve got four corn mazes in the U.P. that I’m aware of, and they range from kid friendly fun to one haunted corn maze that’s reportedly led several people to pee their pants. Now that’s what I call getting your…Read more.
Chilly temperatures, hot cider and pumpkins galore. There’s no denying it, Halloween is just around the corner! To help you make the most of this frightful night, we have compiled a list of the fun things that are brewing around…Read more.
One of Detroit’s best restaurants is also a haunted historical landmark. The David Whitney House (4421 Woodward Ave., Detroit MI) was initially constructed as a private residence and was restored in 1986. It was listed on the National Register of…Read more.
You could spend an entire day browsing the exhibits at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History — and it still may not be enough. It’s the world’s largest institution focused solely on the African American experience, and…Read more.