WELCOME TO Detroit
Motown or the Motor City - Detroit is famous as the automobile capital of the world. Many may not realize that Detroit has an international riverfront, with Windsor, Ontario Canada across the river, a major casino destination, an amazing collection of pre-depression skyscrapers and the second largest theater district in the country.
Downtown - Detroit's business district, the second largest theatre district in the US, sports stadiums and casinos.
Midtown-New Center - The center of arts and culture in the city, with great art galleries, museums and food and drink.
East Side - Detroit's eastside, home of Belle Isle Park, a Detroit gem, this 982-acre island park is situated on the Detroit River between the United States and Canada.
Southwest Side - Home of the Detroit Tigers baseball stadium and a great place to explore ethnic foods and restaurants.
West Side - Primarily residential area, home to historic neighborhoods and LGBTQ friendly Palmer Park
Hamtramck-Highland Park - Highland Park has been in decline and caution should be taken visting this area. Hamtramck is known for its roots as a Polish community and its great nightlife, bars and restaurants.
Known for auto shows, recently created Autopalooza (really a bunch of different auto events throughout the year) is a great place to start, visitors should also consider taking in some of the less expected events in Detroit such as Youmacon (similar to Comicon, but for Japanese pop culture), the annual Michigan Elvisfest and the Movement Electronic Music Festival. See more
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