Take your family outings up a notch -- maybe several stories up? Have a ball riding the coasters at Yoyo's Family Fun Ctr in Windsor.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
For an art museum, the flat, cracked facade of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) is shockingly stark, yet there's beauty in its realness. The walls that once framed an abandoned car dealership now host Barry McGee's "Untitled" mural of writ-large graffiti on the building's exterior, greeting people with an uncompromising sense of honesty that permeates through to the art collection within. MOCAD's informal approach to art exhibition shares a kindred spirit with few other museums, with exhibits that swap museum-imposed artifice for relatable, raw beauty. That didn't go unnoticed by The New York Times, who hailed the collection for "seeing the seediness, and celebrating it."
Never straying from a mission to present contemporary works that reflect the current culture, inspire dialogue, and engage the community, MOCAD's
stunning exhibitions narrate the history and future of the Motor City. Public programs such as lectures, literary readings, live music performances, films, and children's educational activities further engage visitors, and the MOCAD store offers exclusive t-shirts, magazines, kid's toys, and jewelry.
Enjoy a night full of laughter and fun at the Majestic theatre. This charming historic 1912 theater is the entertainment center of Detroit. They offer a range of activities including fun bowling, concerts and great dining. You can play a rockin’ game of bowling with glow in the dark lanes and disco lights at the oldest bowling center in America. Stop by the Magic Stick Lounge or the Majestic Complex to see your favorite band live on stage. The Majestic theatre also has two locations to dine at. The Majestic Café offers a full service dining experience with the freshest ingredients. Order off their menu that features American classics along with nightly specials. On Sundays, come by between 10 am and 4 pm for Brunch with bottomless mimosas and live music. Inside the Garden Bowl you’ll find Sgt. Pepperoni’s Pizzeria & Deli. They will cure your hunger with specialty pizzas and amazing sandwiches. They also offer fresh salads and sides like cheese bread served with pizza sauce.
Detroit Film Theatre has comfortable seating and large movie screens to provide you the best movie experience in Detroit.
Whether you're looking for a quick snack or a full meal, the restaurant at this theater is sure to dish out something delicious.
Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly activities at this theater just as much as mom and dad.
Watch a movie from the comfort of your own car at the drive-in theater.
Drive to Detroit Film Theatre and find easy parking in a lot close by or on the street.
When it comes to classic date ideas, it’s hard to top a trip to this historic movie theater, which was first built in 1928 and still features live organ music 30-minutes before each show. Dates can share popcorn (with real butter!) while watching classic films like Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Singin’ In the Rain.
In 1986, artist Tyree Guyton began painting abandoned houses, arranging found objects into sculptures, and decorating abandoned cars on a two-block stretch of Heidelberg Street on the city’s east end. The Heidelberg Project, as the undertaking came to be known, is a commentary on urban decay and remains just as impactful decades after its inception.