If you make it to the city of Detroit, Michigan, then don’t miss these interesting attractions:
The Detroit Tigers may have left this stadium in 1999, but the field itself still exists, and fans can run along the famous bases and see the decorative fencing and historic flagpole. Now it is known as Ernie Harwell Field. There has also been plans to create a youth baseball field in the future.
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Detroit is located in what was an abandoned, auto dealership. The exhibits change every few months, and other things like music and literary events occur regularly, as well as the café hosting restaurants to provide lunches on Wednesdays and a brunch on Sundays.
TDetroit Institute of Arts
The Detroit Institute of the Arts is considered to be the best of the best of the city’s hotels with its centerpiece ibeing Diego Rivera's mural of the Detroit Industry, which take up a whole room and depicts the city's blue-collar labor history. Plus there are other items like Picassos, African American paintings, and lots more to offer.
Motown Historical Museum
The Motown Historical Museum marks the row of modest houses where Berry Gordy started Motown Records – as well as helping to being the careers of famous singers like Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye and Michael Jackson – all with a mere $800 loan back in 1959.
The Detroit RiverWalk is a popular place for walkers, bike riders and joggers, as well as a place for events and gatherings. Some of the popular places along it is the Renaissance Center, the Headquarters of General Motors Co. and the city's tallest building.
The Detroit Zoo features many interesting animals, along with having the world's biggest polar exhibit.