Detroit Attractions -

  Motown Museum, 2648 West Grand Boulevard, 875-2264. Tu-Sa 10AM-6PM. The Motown Museum preserves the legacy of Motown Records, the record label that put Detroit on the world's music map. Located in label founder Berry Gordy, Jr.'s old home, the museum is hard to miss: Gordy's "Hitsville, USA" sign is still over the front door. $8.
  Detroit Institute of Art, 5200 Woodward Avenue, 313-833-7900 CLOSED Monday and Tuesday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Currently offering free admission,
  Woodward Dream Cruise, A car fanatic's paradise, this is an informal drive along Woodward Avenue from Ferndale to Pontiac, where anything imaginable can be seen, from Vipers to vintage cruisers to tricked-out garbage trucks. Happens every August at the height of summer.
  First Highway
  Rock -n- Bowl
  Train Station
  Abandoned Skyscrapers
  Heidelberg Project
  Underground Railroad
  Urban Forestry
  Urban Farming
  Greenfield Village/Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn-- This is virtually a "must see". The broadest collection of Americana (and not just cars) this side of the Smithsonian, with a keen focus on innovations. Highlights include: Rosa Park's bus, JFK's limos, and, not surprisingly, a spectacular history of the automobile collection that is a football field long.
  Detroit Science Center
  Detroit Historical Museum
  Somerset Collection, Troy
  Comerica Park, Home of the Detroit tigers

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